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VOLUME V. 



S^llSJT I>^UL, SUISTDj^Y. M^^lY 21, 1865. 



NUMBER 116. 



OCX. suBBnAX'4 con\ByiTi.ox. 

So gnat was tho shock given to the 
pulirioal sentiment of the country by the 
terms of Gen. Sherman's convention with 
Johns:on on the lt<ih of April, that, in 
the tirst impulse of astonishment and in- 
dignation, there was a disposition in 
some iiuartfis, for wan'^ of any olh.T hy- 
pothesis that seemed adei|uato to explain 
the repulsive features of that arrangement, 
to suspect (Jen. Sherman cf an amhition 
to put himself forwanl as fh; champion of 
those Copperhead Reconstruction theories 
which hive for thfir object to replace tl.e 
civil and political power of the South ;n 
the hands of the traitor olignrcby, who 
have so loni; abu8e<l it cnly to crush the 
masses and to lores iheir States into Kt- 
btUion. And whatever may have been 
the motives of (ien. Sherman, this was 
the precise etTect of the terms of his 
agruemtnt. 

It re o^nized the existing rebel gov- 
ernments and 8eces^ioIl authorities in 
overy Slate in the South, the rebel Vance 
in North Carolina, the rebel Extra-Billy 
Smith in Virginia, the fugitive rebel 
Harris of Kentucky, the rebel Allen of 
Louisiana, and the rebel what's-his- 
□ame cf Arkansas and Mi'souri, as well 
«;> the rebel liovcrnjrs and Lcgisiatuns 
of States wLcre no I'nion organization 
txijits — as the lawful depositaries of the 
civil authority of these States ; and not 
only this; but by permitting the rebel 
soKlier> to »!eposit tbeir arms at the rebel 
capitals in the kcrping of the rebel auth- 
orities, and authorizing them to be used 
by the public enemy "to enforce order", 
ic armed tLc secession governmcn:s not 
only with civil but with military power, 
and left the Union people of the South, 
white and black, for the time being at 
least, completely at the men-y of their 
foes. 

'^uch WAS the obvious effect of this cx- 
traordirary convention. It was natural 
at the first blush, to presume that the re- 
sults which necessarily flowed from the 
terras ot this agreement we.e contem- 
plated by its authors ; but the antecedents 
ot (ien. Sherman and what has since come 
to the public knowleilge, warrant the 
belief that Gen. Sherman did not intend 
the agreement in its obvious sense or to 
have the t fiFect which its terms imply. 
Looking at the subject simply as a soldier, 
he designed merely to end the war in 
what be supposed thj shortest possible 
way, without reference to the political 
conseiiuor.ces, and strange as it may ap- 
pear, be seems to have sincerely suppos- 
ed that he was following a recent prece- 
dent in his recognition of the rebel State 
Governments, and that bis action was in 
conformity to the policy of the Govern- 
ment. How he could \t»ve fallen into an 
error so prodigious is astonishing, but 
that be did so is evident from the folioiir- 
ing exfract from a letter to Gen. John- 
ston written three days after the signing 
of the memorandum : 

I shall look for Majnr Ilithhcock l»ack from 
Washincton on Wednesd.iy, and shall notify 
you promp'ly of the result. Ry the action of 
General VSeitzel in relation to the Virginia 
l,«jisl;iture. I feel certain we will have no 
trouble on the score of recognizinK existins; 
State Governments. It may be the lawyers 
willwunt n'* to define more minntely what is 
meant by the puarantee of riirhfs of person 
and pro;)crty. It may 1)C construed into n 
compact for us to undo the p;is: as to the 
rights of slaves and "leases of plantations"on 
the Mi-«i*sippi of "vacant and ubandoned" 
plantations. I wish you would talk to the 
tye^t men vou have on thq^c point^!, an 1, if 
possible, let us in our final conventions make 
these points so clear as to leave wj room for 
an»trv controversy. 

1 believe that if the South would simply 
and pultiielv declare, what we all feel, that 
that slaverv'is dead, that you would inauiiurate 
an era of "peace and prosperity that would 
soon « iface thtt ravages of the past tour years 
of war. Negroes would remain in the South, 
and afford von an al)undanec of cheap labor, 
which "the-rwise will I* driven away ; and it 
will save the country the senseless discussion4 
whi -h hcivc kept us all in hot water for tifiy 
years. 

Althou^'li. strictly speaking, this is no sub 
jcct of a military convention, yet I am hon- 
estly couvinrcd that our simple declaration of 
a result will l.c accepted as tiwui law every- 
where, f )t course 1 have not a .sinple word 
from Washington on this or any point of our 
atireemeiit, Imt 1 know the etllct of such a 
step by us wlii lie universally accepted | 

It seemi extraordinary that Geiieal 
Sherman should not have known that the 
action of General Wtitzel had been re- 
pudiated by the Government some eight 
d lys betore, and that no itcognition of 
the civi! authority of the rebel Legisla- 
ture was intended in that action, which 



TUB l^OWAlf i:fVEiTI«ATI©SI 

co.nmtTTsa. 

Th« Con-;ressional Committee appoint- 



ed by the last Congress to investigate the 
condi ion of the Indian tribes and the 
conduL't of their agents, is now on its way 
acrosq the plains in fultillment of the 



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some^rhat extensive duties imposed upon 
it. The following resolution, 'proposed 
by M •. Windom and passed by the last 
('ong ess, will fully cxpbiin the authority 
and n istiion of the Committee : 

lie It rfsohed by the Senate and House of 
Hep't entatives of the Cnited States of Amcr- 
C<.nyre's assembled. That there be 
a joint CKmiuittce, to consist of three 
Ij^rs of the Senate, and four members of 
esent House, to Iw appointed by the 
;r of the House of Representatives, to 
into the present condition of the In- 
lian tJibes, and especially into the manner in 
which they are treated by the civil and mili- 
tary a iithorities or the citizens of the United 
States , with power to sit during the recess of 
Const fss; to send for persons and property ; 
^o em >loy a dork ; to subptena or compel the 
ittcaiance of witnesses; to hear the com- 
plaint s of the Indian chiefs; and examine 
into the conduct of Indian agents and 
ntendents. and also into the mana^^e- 
>f the Bureau of Indian affairs in the 
Depai tmentjof the Interior; and to report at 
the n xt session of Congress such legislation 
as may l)e necessary for the better administra- 
iton Iff Indian alTairs. 

Jer this resolution Senators J. R. 

Ooolfttle, of Wisunsin, L. Foster, of 

Com eoticut, and J. W. Xesmith. of Or 

; and Representatives Windom, of 

esota, Hubbard, of Iowa, Ross of 

lUiiK is, and Higby, of California were 

nted. 

e Committee were to leave Leaven- 
wori 1 a few days jiuce, in charge of an 
escoi t of cavalry, in command of General 
cCook. 
Tije powers of the Committee arc pret- 
ty btoad— and if they do the work en- 
trust :d to them with the thoroughness its 
importance requires, they will not get 
throi gb with it this summer or next. We 
regn t exceedingly that the Committee 
did 1 ot deem iii expedient to turn their 
atter fion in the first place to the investi- 
gation of Indian matters in this State. 
We ire of the opinion that tlie report of 
an irtelligent and im[>artial committee 
upor "the condition of the Indian tribes" 
in tb 3 State and on the frontier would 
tend powerfully to induce the Govern- 



THE YBI.IiO«r rE%'BR PJU'iT. 

The New York Tribune contains a lull 
report of the examination of acoiiledcj- 
eate of Dr. Blackburn, a Mr. Swan, in 
the infamous conspiracy to introduce yel- 
low fever from Bermuda into New York 
and other northern cities by means of in- 
fected clothing. The Tribune says: 

The evidence shows clearly enou>(h the 
main features of the plot, though the main 
actor in it. Dr. niaekburn, has escaped into 
" nentral" territory. Daring tho recent yel- 
low fever epMemic in Ilermuda. this Dr.Black- 
l>um took passage lor that island. He was a 
Southerner, formerly a resident of Natchez, 
Mississippi. After his arrival, he attended 
several yellow fever patienbi at the Hamilton 
and at a Mi-s. Slater's. 

Some ot them died under his care;« lie col- 
lected their bed-clothing— includins a large 
quantity of wiwlen clothing which, in one 
case at least, he had ordered t<i bo piled upon 
the patients in order to receive the infection, 
packed it in trunks, and sent it to the house 
of Edward C. Swan to be kept by him till an 
opportunity olTcrcd to send it North. Black- 
burn himself then left for Halifax. 

The plot to send this infected clothing 
to If orthern cities, and the avowal of the 
diabolical purpose to destroy the"Xorih' 
eru masses" are distinctly proved by the 
testimony. Verily, this r«bellion is bound 
to make itself stink forever in iLe nostrils 
of mankind. 



LATEST BY TELEGRAPH 



FRO.11 WASillWeTON. 



The Uerald's Charleston correspon- 
dence contains the following paragraphs 
about noted rebel fugitives : 

The rebel Gov. Vance, of North Carolina, 
was arrested in Buncoml)e county, last Friday 
bv a detachment of Kilpatrick's cavalry, by 
orders from Washiagton, whither, it is said, 
he will lie sent to stand his trial for treason. 

It was reported that another detachment of 
cavalry was in pursuit of Gov. Magraw, of 
South Carolina. 

The rebel Gen. Joe Johnston is at Charlotte, 
N. C. It is said he applied for permission to 
tie allowed to go to Canada, but was refused. 

The pirate Semmes, with some companions, 
is endeavoring to reach the coast and make 
his escape out of the country by sea. 



Dispatches from Fort Wadsworth 
state that twenty- three lodges of Indians, 
in addition to those metitioned yesterday, 
had surrendered. Among them was (>- 
ma-bo-k'a who leads a band which the 
military authorities have not heard of for 
some time. lie claims to have stood 
aloof with his band from the hosUlities 
which have occurred. 



men^ to take prompt action to relieve us 
these pests of the frontier, and rc- 
! an invincible obstacle to the devel- 
nt of this Stat'^. The same consid- 
erations apply indeed, thoiigh V, ithless 
fjrc< because the. immediate necessity is 
less prcsiin.;. to tlci entire border of the 
Wesltora .States. We trust Mr. Windom 
will 
way 



ndiuc his colleagues to travel this 
uj .><:>» cdily as possible. 



Ax ofHcial dispatch from Secretary 
Stanton to Gen. Dix announces that "a 
review of the gallant armies now as- 
sembling around Washington will take 
place next Tuesday or Wednesday." 



merely empowered them to withJraw the 
Virginia troops from the field. That he 
fih'uld nf) readily have accepted the as- 
sumption that the Goveminer.t had inau- 
gurated a policy the very reverse of its 
whole course upon this (jueslion, shows 
only that his absorption in the military 
pba^eJ of the rebellion bad left him but 
little time to become acquainted with its 
political aspects. But, though innocently 
ccnfiding in a precedent which he so 
sidly niisinterpreted, as Lis warrant for 
the rcco;^nition of the rebel SLite author- 
ities, he had evidently come to the con- 
cii aion, upon maturer deliberation that, 
uvoQ other important points, his convei:- 
tion would not hold water, and that he 
bad made a great mistake in Lis unquali- 
fied guarantee of the rights of persons 
aril property to all traitors from the 
Atiantiu to the Rio Grande, and in the im- 
plied recognition of slave property. Upon 
these points he frankly proposes amend- 
m-ents. That he had no real intention to 
rsistorj the rights of property in slaves is 
evident from the whole coarse, and all 
the previous expressions of Gen. Sher- 
man on the slavery question. " The trea- 
son of the maater frets the slave"' was the 
niaxim which governed bis whole military 
pdicv upon that question, and it was less 
/than' two weeks before his acreement 
wit"h Johnston that, writing to Governor 
llahn of Louisiana, in reply to resolu- 
tions adopted by the Louisiana Legisla- 
ture, he said : 

1 am willing to say, however, that I regard- 
ed the Constitution as a bargain ; that we of 
the North would respect slave property with- 
out going into its aljstract merits or defects ; 
and had the Southem people abided by the 
common laws and tribunals, would have 
fought to maintain such property ; but the mo- 
m^int they ignored the country an<l appealed 
to war. ice tcere no longer hound in law or 
honor to respect that obnoxious species of 
property. As soon as the war is over, I be- 
jievj that good men uin readjust the alTairs 
of the ci>uutry, so that slaves Kill never anaiu 
heboit'jht or jo/rf, and yet the labor of all be 
di reeled again to the develooment of the va^t 
agricultural wealth that IJei to vUe fertile 
fleldf 9f tb« 6oatti. 



1UE C03l«lt>12«.a.( V XHfAA.. 

T le testimony taken ou the Friday be- 
fore the proceedings wrra made public, 
is ui derstood to be by /ar the most im- 
port int of all. It shows that the assas- 
sinal ion conspiracy dates as far back as 
186;: , with Booth as a leading agent in the 
plot and holding frequent con&ultations 
with Ilolcombe, Sanders, &c., in Cana- 
da. A letter from J^ff. Daeis, found on 
the ississin^s body, amply justifies the 
charge of complicity made against the 
former. 

Among other evidence brought out on 
that day, was that of an actor named 
Chekter, to whom Booth offered 82,500 
if b i would see that the back door of 
Groirer's theatre, where it was originally 
inte oded to commit the murder, was k* pt 
ope I for exit. Booth at first coaxed him, 
but rill ster refusing to have anythmg to 
witl it. Booth threatened him with death 
if hi divulged the plot. It was also 
sho rn that Booth wis supplied with funds 
/Vojt liichmoui, and teas the agent to 
hiri others. 

tther startling disclosures lie behind of 

gre 't importance. Correspondents ol 

easi era journals, to whom the suppressed 

evil ence was read with a request that it 

sho lid bo for the present withheld from 

jiutlicaiion, say it fully justifies the cxclu- 

sioi of the public from the earlier pro- 

cee Tngs of the court. Col. Forney writes : 

*• Vhat if, in this testimony, it appears that 
the i.s>assination of the Piesidentand his Cab- 
inet and others, wi.8 plotted in the rciMJllion, 
pail for wi'.h rebel money, and known to the 
r.'bi 1 chiefs ? What if raids into Vermont, 
tiie lioto! burning, the throwing of crowded 
trai IS from railroads, ivi; , were arranged un- 
der the same inlluenccs and paid tor out of 
the same tunds r What if George N. Sanders, 
wh( swears he docs not know, or had never 
seei, B')oth, is proved to have been his close 
con panion ? And vet such facts are believed 
to lave been estubli-hed, and yet are im- 
luat erial compared to much more which 
c;m c out while the doors of the Commission 
wet E closed." 

' 'he minute and careful preparations 
ma le for the asaassination long befuro- 
h «i d, are indicated in the following para- 
gra pb : 

ijhis morning the Military Commission vis- 



ited Ford's Theater l)cforc going to the court- 
room, and minutely inspected it. On exam- 
ingthe stape-tjox and passage-way in its rear, 
a n ;w fact became app:irent. showing that the 
extavation (.some three inches in lenirth and 
ont in depth) in the wall, intended to admit 
ilip bar with which Booth fastened the door 
to |he passageway, had been covered carefifl- 
/y fomr time prcrious to the assassination with 
a neatly Jit ling piece of ^call-paper, similar in 
color to that on the wall, and which -had evi- 
dently been pasted over the excavation, cover, 
ing it from sight. This accounts for a tact 
not heretofore explained — tharsuchdisSgnrc- 
ment.of the wall attracted no attention. 'Wiis 
piece of paper, apparently a squarish, oblong 
slip, judging from the paste-marks, is miss- 
ing. Measuring the distance from the wall to 
the angle of the door, the brace must have 
be«n some four or live feet in length, and pre- 
pared with some care to tit exactly. 

The box is in much the same condition as 
when the assa-ssination took place, with the 
exception that the rocking-chair used by Mr. 
Lincoln has been removed. 



— The case of Charles Windsor, the 
Teller of the Mercantile Bank, New York, has 
lately been before the English Courts,} aud 
it seems likely ho will escape being surren- 
dered under the I'.xtradition Treaty. It will 
be remembered that he stole heavy sums of 
money, concealing his delinquency by false 
entries. On being examined before a police 
magistrate in London, on a charge of forgery, 
and eviJcnco having been given that ho had 
made false entries in the books of the liank to 
conceal his fraud, and that the making of 
such falso;";*lflrie8 was torj-'cry, according to 
the statue laws of New York, the usual war- 
rant was made for his i xtrad:ii,ju. The ques- 
tion, however, was taken licfore the Court of 
Queen's Bench (m a writ of habeas corpus, and 
the mrrcnder resisted on the part of the pris- 
oner on various technical gr.ounds, but chiefly 
on the plea that the crime of which he had 
been guilty was not forgery by thd law cither 
of England or the United States, and w-as on- 
ly deemed to be so by a statute passed by the 
Legislature of New York. The Lord Chief 
Justice, with the concurrence of his brethren, 
ruled that the kind of fori-'ery embraced in the 
treaty was that known to the law of England 
and the United States, an', n )t any special or 
statutory kind of forgery created by the law 
of any State. He thought the law passed by 
the New York Legislature was not intended 
to make a new kind of forgcrv, but to extend 
the punishment duo to that crim3 to flagrant 
cases of embezzlement. The Londou Star, 
while admitting the probable soundness of the 
Chief Justice's opinion, regrets that it may 
perhaps create difficulty in the practical work- 
ing of ttic Extradition Treaty. 

— .\ Richmond correepnrd«%t cf the 
Philrdelphta Inquirer, s.nys : I have felt it 
incuirbcnt upon me, on one or two occasions, 
to call the attention of the public to the fact 
that the Kichmoud press is under the control 
of the san.e men who managed it during the 
war, and before the war, when it was filled 
with tierce appeals again-^t the national life. 
Teere is not one single man publishing a 
newspaper in Richinond who was not identi- 
fied with the rebellion as a supporter, and 
most of them instigators. With one single 
exception all the editors are in the same cate- 
gory. * 

— An Indianapolis despatch says : — 
Friendsof Bowles and Milligan are not very 
well aatisfled with President Johnson's last 
order, respiting the prisoners untij the 2d 0| 
June. Horsey was generally cmsidered least 
gulilty of the three, and ho is yft condemned 
to imprisonment tor life. This would seem 
to imply that the others will be hung. There 
is much shaking of heads over it. Horsey 
will bo sent to the Penitcntiiry at Columbus, 
Ohio, to expiate his sentence. He apjicars 
quite stolid ami indiflerent since death no long- 
er stares him in the face. 

— A delegation of Congressmen, with 
James M. Ashley at their head, called on the 
President to-day,jor the purpose of protect- 
ing against any any action on the pa.t ot the 
Government which shall extend the rights of 
prisoners of war to those ofliccrs and privates 
in the rebel service, who have consented to 
the murder and starvation of our men when 
prisoners of war. It is understood President 
Johnston agreed with the delegation, and will 
projeed to act upon thoir representatfons by 
directing that testimony be taken upon the 
subject. 

— The Tribunt says the consul de- 
fending the conspirators are to be paid, if paid 
at all, by money raised in Baltimore for ihat 
purpose. 



■trvcl(«>nri«lirf> in Elarida — Havrldaa 
gomr> t« Tf&aa— 8ht>rBtt»B !■ Self ■>•' 
fonar— .affair, tat Jl««w Orle»»»— »•- 
parted llfBtovai of 0«b. Btkabs— K«- 
p»r< of th« C«niialtt«« •■ »ii« Cob- 

dactof iii« ynr»r. 

New Yokk, May 20. 

The Times^ special has the following : 
John C. Breckenridge, Benjamin Tren- 
holm and Kxira Billy Smith are stalking 
in the vicinity r<t bernandina, Florida. 

Sheridan b\8 bp< n sent in the direction 

if Texas. Kirby Smith, IJJagruder & Co. 
■dl probably soon make his acquaint- 
ance. 

Gen. Sherman has s'ent his report in to 
Gen. Grant. He goes very fully iiito his 
armistice with .lohnston, arguing his own 
casH in his usual vigorous style. 

Win. Or ton. Collector of the Si.xth 
Distrcct of New York has been appointed 
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, vice 
J. J. Lewis, resigned. 

Although SecreUry Seward spent an 
hour in his office to day, ha was altogeth- 
er too feeble to resume his duties. 

fhe Ilerald^s Washington dispatch 
savs. The report of Wm. T. Smith and 
Ja'mcj Bl^dy, Es(i , of this city, coih- 
mi' sinners sjipointed to iuvestipaie the 
civil and miiitiry administration of affairs 
a: New Orleans, was made to the PrBsi- 
dent and Cabinet on Wednesday of this 
week. It is understooi! that one of the 
results of their statements is the removal 
of Gen. Banks from command in that 
city, which is said to have been ordered 
yesterday, and bis supesedure by Gen, 
Canby. Gen. Canby is. to be restricted 
to purely military matters, leaving civil 
affairs to the control of Gov. Welch. 

ThH Times' special says, all reports ol 
the removal of Gen. Banks are unfounded. 
New Yokk, May 19. 
The Tribune's Washington special has 
seen the forthcoming report of the Com- 
mittee on the Conduct of the War, aud 
says the tesrtmony on the Red River cam- 
paign is of a character most damaging to 
any military pretensions of Gen. Banks. 
It demonstrates him to have been guilty 
of a mercenary motive either to benefit 
himself or his friends, in cotton specula 
tions. 

Gen. B itler in the Fort Fisher affair is 
substantial vindicated. 

(ien. Burnside is exonerated in the 
Petersburg mine failure, which is attrib- 
uted to lai k of confidence on the part of 
(iren. Meade. The failure to capture 
Lee's army after the battle of (iettys- 
burg by ({--n. Meade is attributed to the 
same weakness. 

The massicre of Cheyenne Indians in 
Colorado Territory by Col. Cbevinglon 
IS known to have oeea a brntal affair and 
a disgrace to the country. 



Rolica for' til* ITorthwoatora fair— 
The Petticoat Comiar- 

New Yokk, May 2». 
The Tribune's Washington special says 
Rev. Dr. Ricor has obtained the lock of 
Libby Prison for the use of the North- 
western Sanitary Soldier's Home Fair. 
A complete assortment of the arms used 
in the service with many captured guns, 
&c., will also be made up foi the fair. 
Secretary Stanton has also promised the 
loan of Jeff. Davis' crinoline. 



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GolJ closed at I3j>i. 



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3IiLw.\uKEE, May 20—2 r. m, 
Goldbuyinf l,2Gal.~^. 

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Table Cutleiry, 

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[By Telegraph.] 
Mmm Vorii Prodaco Marhot, 

Pew Tohk, May 20—1 :30 P. M. 

Flour duU, 5g:0c lowpr; |«.103.0.-'0 for extra 
State; |i»..sO n r.OO for K U O. 

(;k,\i.n— Wheat (lull. CornacMve, igac bettor; 
ne* mixed western C«a72c. Oats 2 a3c better, 
52 'jc. 

niiwaakee Prorince market. 

Mii-WACKKE, May 20—2 r. M, 

Flour firm but loss active. 
Gr^tn— Wheit tirm, Ic higher; Nosriringln 
store $l.20gl21K. Oatsdali. Cornnomla&l. 



Partiet wishing to make the trip overlacd to 
Vayfio d. Lake Supe-lar, can fiad leiniH, tent , 
camping uteni Hi &c.. bysppl ing ti WKBti at 
D.MLY * RYDER'S o«ce. mpy2l Ini 



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IHAHKAS W.«n-JrSD. 



Wear York nrjr «oatl« Slarker. 

From the Independent of Thursday. 

Weosesdat, Evening, May 17. 

The following ar' the wholesale net cssh price* 
of all the leading styles of Duiuestic Dry Uoodii 
aold in the New Vcrk market. 
rniNTS. 



Mcrrimac., 39 

Cochccu L M 

l-acitiCr. 28 

Sprague'« 28 

DunneU'D 26 



Riohmond 2rt 

American 27 

Duchess, B 22 >i 

AUon'H 26 

Manchester — 



eteady Hmployin^nt G-tven. 

N NE BUT FIttSTR\T;S l-EBD APPLY. 

MImespo la, Ma' 20, 186i. _ , „ ^ ^ 

ma',211w A.T.H»LE ft CO. 



M 



ATHCnOXIAIi. 



Clinton.... 
Lanciater. . 



.4-4 
.■1-4 
.4-4 



t,.awrcnce 
Stark .... 
Appleton 
Mfdtbrd . 
iiulian Head. 3-1 
" .4-1 
Amo8keag....4-4 

Avawam 4-4 

Atlantic, If .3-4 



GINGHAMS. 

, — (Glasgow.. 

33.!. I Koanoke.. 

BKOWN 8IIKETIXOS. 
... 41 



32 

25 



Peppcrcll, E 3n'i 

45 •' R :« 

" O 32)i 

.39 " N .30 

Sifi Indian Orctiard, C— 
40 '• *' N.— 

40 " " H..29 

— " " L...— 

'JO " '• W.20 

Goldenllidgo 28,'i 

BLE-CIIBD GOO03. 



A young lady ot axect sixteen. Juat eacaced 
from the horror, of boarding school life, and 
desiring to make uDTor lo -t time, wl9h«B to open 
a c r esponcence w fi a litiHed numl>er < J 
young gentlemen, v bjtct b. ing tun, Love, or 
Jiatrnnonv. , ,, 

No widuweranoeda'pl?. FH-ta •ree»p»cial y 
invited to writi. «. artes ds visites excbang d ii 
de.-ired _ _ . „. 

Af-dreao, Miss Lilly G., Et. Paul Minn. 

may21 It* 

diTA -A^ MOMXtC.-I want a gant* everv- 

»n I Vf wh're. at $70 a m nfi, expenses paid, 
tu8 11 Fifteen Articles, tYiO bes: selling ever of 
fered. Irll partru'arn free. Address ' TIS T. 
GAREY, Biddelord Maine. mi2l-dwSmo 



TUCHELT Jic HOFFMAN 

Would respectfully ani) ounce that tliey luve Juat 
received a vei y large stock of 

TOBJlCCOS 

Chewing «Ifc Smoking 

We confidently stats that we now ha\e the 

Best Sranl of Che-winu 
tliat is manufactured in this country or any other^ 

Our Stock or SzxiolcinK, 

both for extent and vai lety Is not equaled in tills 
city. We also makn a specialty of trade in 

Globus, 

Both foreign and dome stic, which we ar« now 
aeliing very low for the times. 
Give UB a call, try us, and aee for youraMvea. 
4^ Store at Tucheii't old stand on Ihird St. 

¥. W. TUCHELT. CHA8. HOFFMAN. 

mr20-8t 

^» AH, 

Bv th<) Load or Ton, consiantly on hand at 
VERMILLION MILI^, Hastings, Minn. $15.00 
per Ton. STEPHEN GAUDNtCR. 

in20 2w* 

^ ... ■— -— . ^_ — -I ■ 

NKW IWUHIC noMMKM'iRATIVK OK 
TUB DKATH of PRfeSIDltNT LINCOLN. 
A NATION WEEPS J. W. Turner. 30 

"MoumfUl t O, teirful, Columbia to-day I 
Sorrow und aadn its objcurtng ths w) y." 

"LITTLE TAD Turner. 30 

As Mr. Lincon lay ( ying his wife implored him 
to speak <o her but fl iding him unablfl to do so 
hhe tranliTallvexclaliied, 'Where'VTadt Brintr 
littl<> 1 n'i t He alway s loved Tad ; he will speak 
to him." 

Nkarrr MT OOD loTnuK. Sottg and Quar- 
tct As sung on the oofaaion of ser'^loea com- 
memorative of the dei.th ot President Lincoln. 30 

In Memoiuam. la honor of Prosif'eBt Lincoln 
—a Funeral March Dr. F. Hassn. 30 

Keqium Makoh W.O. Fl8k. 40 

FUNKRAi. Makch, p'rformel at the Funeral 
of Prosident Lincoln Ooniietti. With an ele- 
gant Virnette. 40. F ialn. .30. 

1 tie above sent pos ; paid, to any address on re- 
ceipt of the pi Ice. 

OLIVER DITSON at CO., 
m20 t.ch Boston . 



(lOAKAP SHAWL ROOM 



where always can be found a 



FULL ASSORTMENT 



s A. e Q. 



-1 

XJ 



JS s. 



ry A. m 1 m M» . 

Six oi- Bicht Grood IMacliirusta, 

None but competent m*»n need apply. 

VkK fc UARDENBKROH. 
St. Anthony, May 19. 



m20-3t 



ptTTICOAXS. 



N YBIIlls. ..4-4 

Wamsutta ...4-t 

Bates 4-i 

White Hock.. 4-4 

I,iOnsdale 4-4 

Hills um'pld 7-H 
.. .. 4_j 



45 

40 

3.S 
S5 
.33 

■>■» 

29 



[Dwi^ 



ht T-8 S0>i 

...4-4 22!i 

Waltham, -V 22 

Androscog'li 7-.8 — 

" ...4-4 — 

Amoskeag, 33 

Sw»n Klvor.:.?.. L — 



Her Arrival at Fortreaa IHoaroe- 
ArranceBient* for Her Coofloe 
airat. 

FoitTREBS Monroe, May 19. 

•Jtff. Davi8, with his (amily and staff 
ofii;:er8, captured in (ieorgia. arrived here 
to-dav at 1-' o'cloek from Hilton Head, 
b. C, in th« steamer Wm. U Clyde, 
convoyed by the U. S. gunboat Tu«ca- 
rora. Com. Franlt-y. 

Col. Pritcb.ard cf the Miebigan cav- 
alry, with a strong guard of bis men, ac- 
companied tlie rebelparty on the Btear«tr 
Clyde to this place, and on reaching 
here immediately telegraphed to Wash- 
ington lor instructions regarding the dis- 
posal of his charge. 

Rnmori have been continually flying 
about t'jii afternoon to the efTeot that tbe 
steamer Clyde ran in along close to the 
beach about 4 o'clock this afternoon, and 
landed Davis and Lis party on tbe beach, 
about one mile from the port, and from 
there they were marched into the sally 
port of the water battery, in order to 
escape tbe gaze of the curious. 

The ftearaer Clyde has just dropped 
her anchor in the roads, and there now 
secni.s no doubt that Jeff". Davis must 
have been landed somewhere along the 
beach No communication whatever is 
allowed with the steamer, and it is more 
than probable that the larger portion of 
the party still remain on board. The 



Amoskeag... 

York 

lltica 

Washington . 

Amoskeag. 

York 

American . . 



OENIMS. 

.70 1 JrtwettClty. 

.60 I Providence. 

— I Falls 

.Xi Blue Hill... 



STRIPEn SaiUTlNGS, 

00 I Whittenton, C. 

60 •' A-. 

35 UncaavlUo 

TICKS. 



Amoskeag, A. C. A , 82>i | 


*» 


A 


..fi5 


tl 


B 


..«0 


t( 


C 


..55 


(1 


D 


.,50 


York, 


30-lnch.... 


,.02'i 



.— ■9 
.33.. 

.3fi 
.45 
.33 >i 

.f.7.V 



Amoskeag.... 

Lacouia 

Bates 

M*nch«*ter. . 



Pacldc ,,.2» 



York, 32-Inch 
Hamilton regular. ,i'>0 
PemtMTton. ...XI..— 
AA...— 
X 
Pearl River 

CORSET JKA»«. 
....32'i 1 Indhn Orchard. 
....32)< AiTdroKCoggin... 
....20 I Pcpperell 

DELAINES. 

....28 ^ I Hamilton, dark.... 28 



Onrridaythe 12th Inst., between St. Pan! 
and St. Anihonv, 

34 GRAJN SACKS, 

marked "E. G." The tinder will be suiubly re- 
warded pon leaving t ho same at the Pk ess offl .e. 

my20-3t 



JUST RECEIVED! 

JUST DECEIVED. 



525 



JUST BKCBIVED. 



Stock of Crockery Ware 

To be sold 20 per cent. b°low tU^market. 
FAIRCHILD&CO. 



.■0 
.v4 



Washngton. 

About a week since Col. Bremerton, 
of the Engineer Corps, received orders 
by telegraph from Maj. Gen. Barnard to 
itnmediately have vacated a row of case- 
mates inside for the accommodation of 
prisoners cf State. The work on the 
casemate's trans lorming them into cells, 
for which they are admirable adapted, 
was at once commenced. 

The*" work has propressed very fast, 
and tbe c.tsemcits which once communi- 
cated cnii into another are now hermeti- 
cally sealed by walls of brick; strong 
iron bars and other substantial arrange- 
ments of a cimilar material enclose the 
windows and doors completely, render- 
■ iig futile any attempt of escape or rescue. 
A wide moat encircles the fort and strong 
fjuards of srntinela wdl be posted in the 
immediate vicinity of the casements. 



The Sentence of ArKnillc;:. 

Arguilles, the Spaniard, whose surren- 
der to the Spanish authorities created so 
much feeling in the country, to the pre- 
j&dice of tbe State Department, has been 
tried, convicted, and sentenced to nine- 
teen years' confinement at hard labor, a 
!:ne of $50,000 and perpetual loss ot civil 
rights and ItMictions : and for nineteen 
years thereafter, should lia live so 1 >ng, 
he is to be subject to the vigilance tithe 
police. At the time of his offense, Ar- 
guilles was Lieutenant Governor ol the 
District of Colon, in the Island of Cuba, 
and it was through the exercises of his 
ofHcial functions that he took from a slave 
ship a number t^i negroes, sold tbem into 
slavery and pocketed the proceeds, divid- 
ing, of course, with bis confederates. In 



JUST RECEIVED. 
OA-HFJETS: CAJRI»KXS! 

Which are going of like hot caks at our low 
prices. 
•^ FAIBCUILD k CO. 



JUST RECEIVED, 
Cloths, Cassiineres and Satinets, 

Which we do and will sell lower than the lowest. 
F VIRCAILD & CO. 



NEW GOODS. 

The Butwcribers have (formed a copartnerablp un- 
der the arm name of 

GEO. BISNZ & CO., 

For tbe pi rpose of doing a 

WHOLESALE AND IMPORTING 

BUSINESS IH 

WINES AltlD^ LIQUORS. 

Genuine Slhenlsh l¥lncii, 

(Direct Importotlo a,) from Germany, (all the 
vintage,) kept conitantly on hand; also, ex- 
tra fine 

Brandies, Sliorry dc Port "Wine, 

For medldnal pur poses- by the bottle, gallon 
or cask. 

As the summer si ason U approaching. Retail 
Dealers and private (tarties will do well to ex 
amino and purchase some ot our 

CATAWBA AlfD CLARET WINES, 

lor cooUigSummer Drinks. 

Store No. ;ilO Third Street, 

Brown's B ock, St. Paul. Minn. 

eKO. SBHZ * CO. 



C I|R C U L A K< S , 

FREIVCHL JA.CKEXS, 

Also a foil assortment of 

lM[isiaie»' and Olaildrou'ai 
CJLOAXCfti, 

BXJOIL.E orna3i:e:xxs 

And a full line of 

SUIMMEU SHAVTLS. 

Which w« are prepared to s«li at aa 

LOW PRICES 

•4 they eanbe parchai>o 1 i- this city. 

Q-ive us a Oall. 
EL. FE L.T'S. 

Kay 2, 1862. ls'p-m2-2m 



7-30. 



7-30. 



OP THE ORKATj 

n. S. 7-30 LOAN 

AT xnE 

Fii-stlN'a.tiona.l Bank^ 

SAINX FAXTI^ 



.A.noth.er Consiieruxient of 

\Y I N D S O E S O A P, 

Which we will aoll, as formerly, at half price. 
FAIKCHILD & CO. 



The tnith is, whatevf r wo have, and we have a 
litje of almost overj thing, wnether 

UryGro-^ds, SHoeH, Hats, Cloth- 
, ing. Notions or Farnittire, 

we will sell a long ways below the regnlar prices. 

Fair child & Co- 

ml9 3t. ' 

T A. 1> X E », 

If yon wish to preserre your Furs, Robes, 

Clothr, t(laDk'>:s, tc, from mptlis and other In- 

tccts, go to Vawter >i Rome's and got a packet of 

CEDAR CAMFHOR. 

It not only preserves, but imparts a dellghful 

perfume. m4-tf hd n ads 



GEO. BKN7. J 
F. A.RKNZ. i 



■iyl9- 



!Six I>w€lliiig- Houses 

ino:a saIjIC. 

Prloes— $1,000; |1,400; $2 260; ♦2,400 ♦8,2»; 
$4,000. 



The Best and Safest Investment 

FOE 

CAPITALISTS, GUARDIANS, SOLDIERS. 

and all who hive money to rpare. 

Interest Payable Semi - Annually. 

No Taxes on this Investment. 

Not«sln(nms of Flftv nfl'ars and upwards. 
Bonds sent by Express free of charge. Payment 
to be made in National Currency or Kastem Fx- 
cliange. Interest allowed on on-s and tw« year* 
five per « nt notes la cxchango for seven-Thirties. 
X. K. XlIOm>»UlV, Agent. 

mlO-tf-lstp 



HENRY McKENTT, 
Pcaleria nealE«t»t«. 



St, Piinl.Mavlfl, 18* 



mieiw 



M 



▲ LX VmSllHAR. 



oflioer in charge awaits instruotious from ' addition to Lis sentence, he is ordered to 



T 



UB CCI.KBBAXED PHAXiOH'S 



FROITI GEOKOIA. 



c»Bjr. daha. 

The Chicago Tribune of the 18th con- 
tains the following paragraph, which im- 
putes the responsibility of the Sultana 
disaster to Gen. Dana — an imputation 
which the friends of that tried and faith> 
ful soldier, in this community, will be 
slow to believe : 

''The first result of the official inquiry .into 
the Sultana disaster, is the removal .of Oen. 
I)ana from his command nt Vick^l)urp. If a 
thorough investigation fastens upon him the 
misconduct by which tiitecn hundred Union 
soldiers were des-troyed, the people will de- 
mand, and we doiiht not the Government will 
iiillict a severe nnd exemplary punishment. 
That those brave men were sacrificed by the 
cupidity or recklessness of some military otfl- 
ciil at Vickibarg, 1« pert'ectlj nuuiifest. 



Touching Incident. 

Hoo. John Covode was in this city on 
his return from a southern tour, yester- 
day. He had lost two sons in the war, 
as he supposed two y 'ars ago, and fall- 
ing in with members of one of their regi- 
ments who had just been released from 
the rebel prison at Andersonville, Geor- 
gia, made inquiry preparatory to asking 
where his boys were buried. Judge of 
his surprise when he was answered : 

" You must be prepared to learn, Tvlr. 
Covode, that James (the youngest son), 
could n*t come with us." 

•' Is my boy alive, then ?" he intjuired. 

'♦ Why, yes; they couldn't kill Jim. 
he has too much soul. He was bound to 
live. He would have come with us but 
he couldn't raise a twerty-five cent piece, 
the price they asked to release us." 

** Whether I would have cried more," 
said the patriotic old man to us, "to have 
heard the tidings tbat I had lost another 
son, than I did on receiving this intelli- 
gence, is doubtful." 

That son is on his way borne by tbe 
^ if^Y ot Ricbmond,— CAicayo Jourml, 



C'ontilliaii ol tb« l»»opl»— Paaf*"**!*** 
of t aloniani— Ciov. JBrowa'a Pr*cla> 
luiatiun. 

Ni:w York, May 20. 

One of the CommeTci'iVa correspon- 
dents with Wilson's cavalry column 
writing from Macon, gives us veryintei- 
e.stirg statistics of the present condition 
of aflairs in Georgia, civil, military, gen- 
eral nnd personal. All tbe people, nearly 
wherever the federal troops are stationed, 
profe.'s to be good Unionis s. They ad- 
mit that th;-y have been conquered, and 
have no wi«h for a continuaoee of ih-i 
war. So fir^At are the security and good 
order institu'ed in all places occupied by 
Gen. Wilson's forces that citizens are 
loud in praise of the favorable change 
fron r' hr>l rule. 

li 11^ is a great Brarcity of food 
t'.iitiijlrjut the State. Starvation is im- 
Tt,;i:firt., not only to the pogr, but to 
.; my of the rich, and some riot^j have oc- 
lurred. Gen. AVilson has commenced 
i,seuing rations to the teedy in various 
parts of tbe country. 

Several conltrenccs regarding public 
matters took place at Macon between 
(i.-n Wilson an<l Gov. Brown, and the 
latter, as our readers have already been 
informed, i.isued his proclamation calling 
an e.\tra n-ssion cf the J,.egislature, but 
the (ieneral inloiined hiui they could not 
meet without, special p -raiisBion was 
granted from Washington. 



The 



rxpec*«d a* 



I*irat« Htan«««all 
mLry West. 

New Yokk, May 20. 

The steamer Mississippi from New Or- 
leans the 12tb, and Key West the 15th, 
has arrived. The Sand Key and Key West 
lights are not lighted in consequence of 
the ram Stonewall being at Havana tak- 
ing in ammunition, and being expected to 
come into Key West. The Powhattan 
was sent over to Havana, also the 
Aries and Dale, to keep the Stonewall 
from coming out. Great excitement pre- 
■vai.tid at Key West in regard to the m- *, 
ter. 

The steamer Cromwell from ^.tm Of* 
lean?, the 13tb, btw arrived. "^ 



restore to the purchasers of the negroes 
t' c price ho received for them, indemnify 
all who suffered damage by his proceed- 
ings, and pay fhree-nuilhs of the costs of 
the whole judicial proceedings against 

him. 

» « ♦ « ♦ 

The Yellow Fever Plot. 

f'Nirw York, May 16. — Tho Bermuda 
Advocate of the 25th ul*:., contains a re- 
port of tbe preliminary exatii nation of 
the plot to introduce yellow fever into 
our Northern cities, and that tbe ex- 
amination has retulted in the Q»miaittal 
of a resident of the island named Swan, 
on the charge of having conspired with 
one Dr. Blackburn to take charge of •cer- 
tain trunks containiiig' infested clothing, 
for the purpose of having tho, former for- 
warded to New York, Philadelphia and 
other cities, with the object of their in- 
troducing yellow lever, Blackburn, 
whose hailing points were Halifax. Que- 
heck and the Clifton House, at Niagara 
Falls, on the Canada side, made hberal 
promises to Swan provided the contract 
was fairly carried out. The funds were 
to be supplied freely from tbe Confederate 
exchequer, and meanwhile Blackburn 
hiuiseli was to retire to Halifax and watch 
the prepress of events until the opening 
of spring, when the season would proba- 
bly be more favorable to the imported 

disease. 

» « • ■ ♦ 

L.ce*s Pnrolcd Troops in na- 
con. 

Every day brings to our city increas- 
ing numbers of soldiers from Gen. Lee's 
army, on their way home. Most of them 
are much Boiled and jaded, and some are 
sick. We cannot learn that any provis- 
ion has been made to feed- thee men. 
Surely these men are entitled to subsist- 
ence until they can reach their homes, 
and if their own countrymen will not 
provide for them, may we not hopa that 
a magnanimous foe will do so out of the 
stores recently captured here .'' Brave 
men who have encountered one another 
upon the 6eld of battle 8*20uld respect 
and assist each other when the conflict ' 
ceases. — Macrn Comtitutionalist, May 2„ 
> ■ » » • 

— The London Times sagely^remarged 
of late that "Davis, fajjitivc, with his rju^gt 
bag in band, is a very different perso ,ii from 
Davis in power at Richmond." He ,^ about 
Jeff, in bis wife's petticoat ? She ^ays he is 
very dangefous and warns people i j^q^ to come 
too near him. 

—The Kentucky Lsg'jiature are in 
^sionto try Chief Justi- .g BuHettasa con- 
spirator against the Go- ,eniment, - 



",Nisht BloomtniE Cereus," 

By the eingle bottle, dozen or gross, at 

VaWIEK a ROSK'.i, 
jnaStf Ko 111 Third Street . 

■IE IVKCEST and IHoct Rvllablv 



T 



Bae and Insect I>estroyer 



In tho market can be procured at tha counter of 



mCtf 



VAWTER A ROdB. 



w 



A IV XB I> 



^Experienced "Woolen "Weavers, 

AT THR 
NORTH STAR WOOLEW MILLS. 

EASTMAN. GIBSON A CO. 
MlnneaT)0li»,May4th, 1805. 



mlH Im. 



NEW GOODS 

JUST ARRIVED 

ASP FOR BALK AT 

P»A3S^IO I^RIGES. 
O'CONNER & KING 

llsvejast opened a splendid assortment of 

Clothing, Hats and Caps, 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

Embracing everything in the line of 

Scarf- Ties, Shirts, Collars, Uosierir, 

aud Gloves. 

They have also a largo stock of' 

Notions and Fancy Goods, 

r 
which thpy offer to 

Dealers, Peddlers and Anctioncers, 

being confldcnt they can snitall. We solicit 

a call. 

Third Street, St. PanU 

Three doors above the Merchants Hotel. 

in«)'9-3m 



We now ean fi rnish pure Malt Vinegar as 

low as common an< adulterated vinegar -tanked 

from below. 

DRE^Or A GREIO. 

Orders can be left with L. B. fe C. Greig Third 

s treet, St. Pa ul. »prUt-8w 

Fourse-Mnd-hwiil Wagons, two Sledges, one 
Sleigh, two Cows J. nd Calves, two Mares, one 
Ilorse, two Plows, one Feed Cutter, one 6}i Oc- 
tave Piano, one Mflodeon. 

jL,i.niMi» Moomva. 

AiioUon Booms , 3d at., St. Panl. 

New Mu8:lo. New Music. 



PKESIDEST JOIIRSOa'3 GRAND MARCH. 

A brilliant and sliowy composition, bat notdif- 
ftcult. Ptice 30 cents. 

"WE'LL SOON BE MARCHING HOME." 

Soug and Choru' . This patriotic and spirited 
song, alchouzh but quite rccontlf published, has 
already attained a i immense popularity in the 
Western 5 Wtes. Price 30 cents. 

"SOON THIS WJ5ABY WAR'LL BE OVER." 

Songand Chornu. An ca^y and graceful melo- 
dy, in the popular utyle. 

•'THE DEATH KNELL IS TOLLING." 
Qaart»-tte A vpquiem, lnpcrit)ed to the mem- 
ory of our late b«Ii>ved President, Abraham Lin- 
con. Prioe 30c. 

«^ Either of the above will be mailed, post- 
iwid, on receipt uf 'be price, bv 
•^ ' *^ oLIVkR DITSON & CO.. 

2*7 Vashington st., Boston, Mass. 
Or JLYOM 4c IIKAI.Y, Publishers, 



HUMANHAIR ! 




ml9-3t 



Cor. Clark and Washington su., 
Chicago, ni. 



NOTICE. 

All persona are lietby notiaod not to pirohase 
any Bonda i-fued ay the Town of Arlington, Sib 
ley County, MinnitBOta, in the year Ui64, a« tbe 
legalitvot said buads is qneftlonable. 

x'ublisbed by order ot 'l own Board 

UERKV BU88F, 

ml8-ltw «: krkofTowB. 

FO]a WALE. 



Bridge Sqnare, 8t. Paul. 

Wig Maker & Importep of 
HUMAN HAIR, 

Wigs, Braids, Bands, Curls, &c, 

MANUFACTURED BY HIMSELF, 

And warranted of the Best Material and Work- 
manship, at PRICES WHICH l>EFi COMPE- 
TION. 
Orders by Mail or Express wiU receive prompt 

attention. _ .» . ^._j 

PrivKte rooms for Ladles' Hair Dressing, fni- 

linK, Shampoo njr ani I)y»'ing. 
The only K BO WA DiEinthe world appUed 

and for sale. _ ...... 

N. B.— Gentlemen's Hair Cut with judgment 
and taste. 

BRIDGE SQUARE. ST. PAUL 

apfi-ly-lrtif 



The ] 'arm known as the 
Tanneif s IL<ake Far>m, 

Inwashintton County, from four to live miles 
from St. Paul— well improved, with a fine 

Bam, D veiling House &cg 

ConUining»boiti;6aere«,60 acres ot which 
are under cultivat Ion. The above desirable farm 
willb) sold CHEAP. 

Apply to Dr. J. H. STEWART, or HENBT J. 
BORN. St. Paul. 



mlA-lw 



fak-m:ek^s 

Don't order until you see the 

Self-Rake Reaper! 

ASD_ 

WOOD'S 
E»RIZE 310WEK. 

' They are like General Grant, 

Victors in Every Contest. 
BI6EL0W, HURDOCK & CO.. 



■MhU-Ur-lstV 



>KNTIST 






M". A MOMXH.— AOFNTS WASTED 

.„.„„ ^f.) eyerywhfre to mt -oduse tlK" improved 

„2l <} Ptark fM Family Snciiig Afachine, the 

y." .rflpTj)ric> machine 'n th» country whl h is 

' jiih}*fii tiy Orovor a. Taker, Wheeler A Wilson, 

^owe, .Singer & Cr«. and baohOder i</l other 

macliinw-i now soil l^rle^s than fort y do lars 

each ar» infringemenln.'^n'lW'' p-U ir T J user 

freliabU to fine and impritontncnt. SfiUfynna 

expenses, or I*rge oomniisstoD, allowtta I'us- 

traie4 ctro'ilars lent ffre. AJitiess 8HAW ft 

tit«AJiS, Blddeford, put"*' ^^^iiia21-dw<no 



Pianos at -A^uction, 

We will sell »t Auction, on Wednesday, May 
2 «th, at 11 o'clock. 

Three New T-Ootave 
ROSEW^OOD PIA.NOS, 

One made by Chickering A 8o»>?'One ^y.9j^- 
tcon A Co.. and one by Hayes & Rider. Also, 

One Second-hand O)j;-Ootavo 

PIANO. 

Made by Gilbert. 

One New 5-Octave Prince Melodeon. 

Wo would call the attention of pereoiis in want 
of g<^d instruments to this rale, a. it will be pos- 
Uiveand the in'truments all warran-ed. The ln_ 
stnim"nts wUl be on exhlbiU^n at the place of 
»al« in Mackubin'H Block. ou Washington street, 

*ilX'.7sl:v^-o\!A':{hc.,l.; theb^c 
approved bankable P*^''^** f '^ V^er. 
ma l8-lwl»tlT Auctioneers. 

1' l^OTICE. 

p>..hl. c notlo Isher-by gi»on that theolrcnlating 
„«tS lit the Bank of Mlun-sota must be pre^enl- 
Sait'the auditor of htate's Offic;, lor redemp- 
Ti „ «Hhl T two yrars Irom this date; otherwUe 
*'° faTd'dN'O'.i'^'lf'^'- »»»« rnlomption ofsald 

'""''.. 7^ r-«- ..,. "•!.<. oionornAf said bank. 

CH will he y 
I'll? notes >" 



tlic fand' a^ '^^iVrnVp Jo the owners of said b»nk, 

•"^ M,- no eW' «"«o l«^ rede«me.l at tha FIRST 
NATir>^A.;j|,i3NK-»''«T.PAUL. 

St. P»ul, |to> ^YXTHf>BIP80N. Fi«st*eB», 
% THOMPSON, OMWff 



DYSPEPSIA AND PITS I 

HXa— A Itmwt Cmwm for these distressing 

— oomplaliU Is now made known in a 
j-MXg—Treatise on Foreign and NaOve Herbal 

, preparallons, published by Doctor O. 

rSTS— PHELtS BROWN. The prescription 

—was furnished Mm in such a providen- 
fl^XII— tial manner that he cannot conscien- 

— tlously refiise to make it known, as it 
vixS— has cur ;d ever^ body who has nsed It, 

—never hi vlng failed in a single caae. It 
VKlH—ia equaiy sure in cases of Fits as of 

— Disp^pi U, and the IngredlenM may be 
vfXIi—atottinel f^om any Druggist, »«al 

— rr*« tc aU on receipt of Ave cenu to 
vrrft— pre-pav postage, Ac. Address Dr. o. 

-j-HBLl'hBROWN.No. 1» Grand St., 
gKTB— Jeraey ':!lty,N. J. myl»d<ltt2tw 

J, H. FEBBELL ft 60., 

(OMMlsiilERCHASTS 

FOR THE SALE OF 

Grain, Flour, Batter, Egp, 

Hir>ES. FURS, 
AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, 

Parti ou.l»r Attention 
attpntlon given to each department. Our aim is 
To obtain the Highest Pnoes and mke quick re 
turns Our loci tlon is one of ttie best, and we 
respectfal.y ask » 8h»re of the trade of Minnesota. 

Especial At:ention Given to the Sale 
of Grain. 

Corr«ffpondeno« soUoitad, 



Kfc H. I»OM.raR.KV 

_ SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL 
DRtHiST, would rcspeotluUy inform the dtl- 
tans of St. Paul, that he has opened an offioe in 
Rogers' Blodt, over the Express Office. New 
andtaiproved artificial Teeth fnserted on Vukan- 
it« Plate, which for beauty, comfort, dur»bUlty 
and cheapness far excel anything now In use. 
TeSth also inserted on Gold and SUver and war- 
ranted to give satisfaction. 

Bxtntcting. tiling and all operaUons on the 
Te^h done ir. a superior manner, with uttie 
oain and on moderate terms. 

The Profession kupplicd with Teeth from the 
hfst mannfactnrers. *<*' ^^ 

THE VERY LATEST 

Cloths, Ca88l«ere§, Vestligs, 

GENTS' FURNISHING |GOOpS, 
HATS AND CAPS, 

ATT COST! 
For the Next Sixty Days. 

This if no humbug, as the goods must be sold 1b 
order to raise money. The public will do wpU to 
c»U and secure bargtins before the best selectioas 



aregoae. 



Third Stneet, 
Next door to Ingersoll's Hall. 
Near the brid** 



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We have now on hsnd a large stoek ef 
Biiildine Lwml>er, Feaoing. 

jPickets, &C-, 
Which we offer for sale at the lowest prUea. 
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T«>naa:-DAILY FRESS-By mall, fH-OO 
per aDnum.or $1.00 per month, i>iiniriu''(y »/»«<<• 

TKl- WEEKLY PRESS— ♦: p<*r annum. tTJC 
for s-U months ; *l.r» tor three montns ; ooc. lor 
on»» month. -., .„ . 

W KKK LV PRESS— On^ copy, on<» year, f-'.so 
Hix mouths, »l/i,; club* cl tuur copies one >w 
♦».0O; clubs o» ten vopies, one y«««r, ♦^0.00, cluDi' 
of twenty copi«», ooe year, #40.00. 



HOW TO SMtU INDIANS. 



A Word to Slate Authorities. 



Put Bloodhounds on their Trail. 

Editors St. Paul Piew : 

A feeling of security is beginning to 
prevail among the border ?ettlcrs. Troops 
ot late have boen stationed wLere they 
should be, and soldiers have thoroughly 
8i.oure<l the adjacent country. Much 
praise is due the soldiers for tht-ir gallant 
and vigorous search after the Indfans— 
many of them being in the saddle night 
and day. 

But as energetic and vigilant ss the 
officers and soldiers have been — and they 
could not have betn more so — there has 
been a failure, not to hunt, not to pur- 
sue, but a failure to catch and to destroy. 
Now. I bear witness that this was no 
fault of the oflicers ; neither was it a fault 
of the soldiers. Every such hunt, and 
and e\ery su.h chase after the Indians, 
must prove fruitless, so far as apprehend- 
ing and inflicting condign punishment 
anon the desperadoes is concerned. 

This is a fact, self-evident to those 
who know and understand the Indian 
character. The pursued are safe; the 
pursuers are in the greatest danger. 
Indians have the knack of turning up 
just where and when you least desire and 
expect them. In fact that is an Indian 
failing; and, knowing their faults, they 
should be guarded against. And, aside 
from leading parties in pursuit into am- 
buscades, they so "cover up" their trail 
as to make it next to impossible for man 
to follow. Herein lies the secret of tfie 
Indians' success, and the consequent fail- 
ure of soldiers and citizens to catch and 
destroy them. 

The Indians can travel night and day, 
while those who pursue, can only follow, 
if at all, on the trail, by day. It is thus 
plain to be seen that the Indians gain 
ooth time and distance — two important 
items on the chase. 

The btatehas " minute men" stationed 
at and near several points of, supposed 
danger. Why not then, at the expense 
of the State, place under the charge oi 
these men a limited number of well train- 
ed bloodhounds — and with these auxil- 
iaries tiace and hunt thj red devils to 
their hiding places — and then annihilate 
them. Cut and hew them down, right 
and left — " smite them hip and thigh." 

This summary as well as equitable 
treatment would soon make Sioux raids 
unpopular. The Indians would make a 
▼irtae of nejessity and keep clear of the 
frontiers. 

Suppose these hounds should cost a 
few thousand dolLirs, what of that, would 
not the safety of the inhabitants of the 
frontier more than repay for the trouble 
and expense .' 

What is the life and price of a dog in 
compar son to the lives of the hardy set- 
tlers, the precursors ;;! a higher type ot 
civilization and improvement. 

I otTer as an additton&l argument that 
the perfect tcjurity thus a:cruing to the 
frontier would in a short time add thou- 
sands of dollars to the State Treasury, 
and that settlements would spring up 
here and there, as if by magic, presenting 
• picture of rural scenes as " beautiful as 
a bewildering dre:=.na of paradise." 

Let the State authorities take bold oi 
this matter in earnest. Send agents 
south, purchase the dogs and place them 
on the frontier and my word for it the In- 
dians coming within the lines will not re- 
turn to dance around the council fires and 
recite their wonderful deeds of heroism 
and daring. I know that : 

" 'Tis with our judgments as our watches ; 

none 
Go just alike, yet each believes hi* oim." 

"N'ery respectfully 

Your obedient servant, 

R. W. MONTGOMERY. 
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Itascene Notes. 

Itasca, May 17. 



Editor St. Paol Prpse. 

After much aniexty regarding the crops, 
accompanied with much tribulation, 
sprinkled with perhaps a few naughty 
sentiments upon the subject of dry 
weather in this latitude, the pious appeals 
of our more devote citizens have been 
blessed with seven-tenths of an inch of 
moisture, (quantity, I presume, in pro- 
portion to the quality of piety) the re- 
sult of which is made matiifest by green 
grass appearing in moist places, and 
glorious hopes are entertained of a boun- 
tiful harvest on the strength of continued 
cloudy weather. 

The logs are at last going out of Rum 
river and by the time this reaches you 
several millions of feet will have been 
boomed at St. Anthony. On the Missis- 
sippi nary log has yet passed this citv, 
though several drives are reported as 
being at St. Cloud. Will drop yon a 
line when I see the first log go bye. 

We have received two daily and one 
tri-weekly paper at this office during the 
past week. Srcrew loose somewhere. 
Three days the mail pouch has failed to 
reach the office ; probably the St. Paul 
post office clerks <feep it until there is 
something to put into it. Good idea, but 
don't look well to strangers visiting our 
city not to hive the bag arrive regularly 
«ven if it be empty. 

A cavalry officer, mounted on a mule, 
passed rapidly through town yeslerday. 
We therefore feel ^ ■ .- ,f>y attJieks 
from tie bloody hi- . ... /. " 

O. H. K. 
• * ■ • ■ > ~- 

—On the visit to the theatre a close 
iBspectatlon of the excav'ation behind the door 
in which a bar was inserted to prevent in- 
gress while the assassin \ym doing his work 
revealed the tact that it ha.i been made some 
time btfore and w.ncealetf. by neatly fitting 
pieces of wallpaper pasted over it. Nothing 
has been changed inthetheat re since the a.s.-as- 
sinalion. 'ITie stage sceneo" tor the American 
Cousin is still just as it was, » -Jth the red cur- 
tained recess in the centre, »wd 
Trenchard. 



For th<) St. Paul Press, 

St. John's Eve. 

Poets tell of a magical flower 
Love's vermeil lip hath prest. 

Which, silently gathered at midnight hour. 
When the world is lapped in rest, 

Neath the pillow laid 

Will bring man or maid- 
Dreams of the one loved Lest. 

In the laded season of youth so fair 

I gathered the little flower. 
When the arrowy moonbeams shot through 
the air, 

At Sc. Johns's Eve — chosen hour : 
No word I spoke as I called the spray ; 
No sound I made as I turned away. 

A dewdrop shone in each blossom's heart, 
More fair than the gems 
Of diadems 

Won by princes and fashioned by art. 

The spell was poient : scarce had sleep 
Quitu o'ermastered my wakeful eyes 
Than 1 woke in a valley cool and deep, 

'Neath other and fairer skies. 
No earthly vale, the haunt of unrest, — 
T was a taintless Eden ; strife nor sin 
Could that shade-bound valley enter In: — 
Like the fabled "Islands of the Blest," 
Its golden sun aye smiled with tempered 

heat, 
'Gaitist leafy cliffs the balmy breezes beat 
In cool, refreshing waves ot fragrant air- 
Love cpuld have found no home more pure 
i and fair. 

But loj-cly vale and lucent skies 

Faded away from me quite 
When bent above me her violet eyes. 
Filled with a vague and sweet surprise. 

Like stars on a moonless night. 
The smile that lit her sunny face 
Was Uim of innocence and grace, 

And though, as yet, no word she spoke. 

My (yes her thoughts could well divine ; 
P,ut when upon my hearing broke 

In rippling music, "I am thine," 
I clasped the dear one to my heart, „. 
Saying, "We twain will never part. 

'Tfcatbut adream.' My wandering feet have 
long. 
Full long, and vainly sought the happy 
shore 
Of that sweet valley. In the crush and 

throng 
Of battling life, I've seen forevermore 
A bright young face— the angel of my 

dreams : 
And still I seek— Ah will the search be 
vain ? — 
Lo ! as I wander by the babbling streams, 
In dreamful mood, I seem to hear again 
The tender voice that has so mastered me. 
Dearest, <3od guide thee, whcresoe'er thou be ! 
GEO. II. SNYDER. 
Vermillion Prairie, May 8. 1865. 

• ■ • « • 

Th| Soldier's Soliloquy. 

For th» St. Paul Pro«» : 

Good-bye Dixie and gray backs. 
"Weuns "are going home." "Yuns have 
found the last ditch" — are beautifully 
whipped. Not overpowered — nary time. 
Vou agreed to fight five to one, done it 
nobly ; got licked gloriously, now cave 
muuifully — don't whine. War is "done 
gone ;"' so are "tickets for rashuns," "old 
critters" to raise a"crap"and "showins." 
We are relieved from killing "Johnnies." 
Hurrah for peace — "dead sure" peace. 
No "suck" this time. No McClellan 
peace, but the real genuine thing. "BuHy" 
relief for an old soldier. No more wife 
and baby "on the brain." Here goes 
for the reality. Musket, knapsack, cart- 
ridge-box, canteen and haversack, fare- 
well. Nq more roUcalb, masters, grand 
mounts, pickets, drills, dress parades, 
marches, and no more fights. The bom 
will cease to sound the "assemble," and 
the drum to beat tattoo, reveille, or taps. 
Ciood bye hard tack and sow-belly. U. S. 
blankets and dog-tents, shoulder straps, 
brass buttons, basswood officers, half- 
rations, shoddy clothing, verdant doctors 
and semi-occasional pay ; avaracioas quar- 
termatters, spongy commissaries, greedy 
sutlers and chaplains who "play on a harp 
of a thousand strings." From the perversi- 
ty of she rebels, th« depravity of snaff-dip- 
pers, tobacco chewers, and smokers of 
the female persuasion, in the sacred words 
of Jo^h BiMings, "Good Lord deliver us." 
Hurrah for freedom and equality among 
white men. Negroes look oat for your- 
sclvl•^. The war hasn't changed your 
color materially yet. You will have to 
wait awhile. Uncle Samiel will father 
you all if you don t die with the "dry 
rot." If you do, the vexed question is 
honoably settled, and the proud satis- 
faction of dying in the United States of 
Ameiica is eternally yours. Adieu, my 
veteran comrades Yuu who have esca- 
ped rebel bullets, the " deadline," and 
starvation of Confederate prisons, the 
miasjias and graveyards of Southern cli- 
mate, the scalpel of unconscious surgeons, 
and safely run the gauntlet upon military 
railroads and government steamboats, 
have done well and shall have my ever- 
lasting remembrance. You who were so 
jnfortunate as to succumb to these unmis- 
takable enemies of the human race, are 
placed beyond the appreciation of grati- 
tude ; but as a mane of our esteem have 
respectfully requested Horace Greeley to 
name you in his forthcoming! glossary of 
the war. Farewell! I yield to domestic 
duti»'8 with quiet satisfaction and the most 
cheeiful obedience. 

HIGH PRIVATE. 
GoldsbOro, N. C, May 1, 186.5. 



\¥hittier on the Questions of 
the Day. 

John G. Whittier writes in 7he Villa- 
ger (Amesbury, Mass.) his views of the 
present danger of our cour.try and the 
duty of her I03 al people, from which we 
({uote as follows : 

" In spite of all revelations of the ut- 
terly barbarous character of Slavery and 
its direful effect upon all coniiectfd with 
it, we wtre on the very point of triiHtin>i 
to its most criminal defendeis the ta^k of 
re-f stablifehing the State governm-jnts of 
the South, leaving the real L'nion mm, 
white as well as black, at the mercy cl 
those who have mada hatred a relif;iou 
and murdtr a sacrament. The nation 
needed one more terrible lesson. It ha.-* 
it in tho murder of its i)jeloved Chief 
Magistrate and the attempted assashina- 
tion of its honored prime minister, the 
two men of all others'preparcd to go far- 
th St to smooth the way of defeated Re- 
bellion back to allegiance. 

"Even now, the lesson of these terri- 
ble events seems but half learned. In 
the public utterances I hear luuch of 
punishing and hanging leading traitors, 
fierce demands for vengeance, and threats 
of the summary chastisement of domestic 
sjmpatliiztrs with treason, but compari- 
tively little is said ol the accursed cause- 
Uie prolific mother of abominations. Slav- 
ery. The Government is exhorted to re- 
member that it does not bear the sword 
in vain— the Old Testament is ransacked 
for texts of Oriental hatred, and exam- 
ples of the revenges of a semi-barbarous 
nation — but, as respects the 4,000,000 of 
unmistakably loyal people of the South, 
the pat cnt, 'long-»utrering, kind-hearted 
victims of op[>ression — onlv here and 
there a voice plAds for their endower- 
inent with the same rights of citizenship 
which are to be accorded to the rank and 
file of disbanded Rebels. The Golden 
Rule of the Sermon on the Mount is not 
applied to them. Much is said of execu- 
ting ju.^tice upon Rebel." ; little of justice 
to loyal black men. Hanging a few ring- 
leaders of treason, it seems to be suppos- 
ed, is all that is needed to restore and 
re-establish the revolted States. The ne- 
gro is to be left powerless in the hands of 
the "white trash," who hate him with a 
bitter hatred, exceeding that cf the large 
slaveholders. 

"In short, four years of terrible chas- 
tisement — of God's unmistakable judg- 
ments — have not taught us, as n people, 
their lesson, which could scarcely be 
plainer if it had been written in letters 
of fire on the sky. Why is it that we are 
so slow to learn, so unwilliug to confess 
that slavery is the accursed thing which 
whets the knife of murder and trans- 
forms men, with the exterior of gentle- 
men and Christians, into fiends ? How 
pi:i!ul is our exultation over the capture 
of the \ I etched Booth and his associates ! 
Thi great criminal,- of whom he and they 
were but paltry instruments, still stalks 
abroad in the pine woods ol Jersey, where 
the State has thrown around him her leg- 
islative sanction. He is in Pennsylva- 
nia thrusting the black man from public 
conveyance. Wherever God's children 
are despised, insulted and abused on ac- 
count of their color, there is the real 
assaes'n of the President still at large. 

I do not wonder at the indignation 
which has been awakened by the late out- 
rage, for I have painfully shared it. But 
let ui see to it that it is rightly directed. 
The hanging of a score of Southern trait- 
ors will not restore Abraham Lincoln nor 
atone for the migoty loss. In wreaking 
revenge upon these miserable men, we 
must see to it that we ao not degrade 
ourselves and do dishonor to the sacred 
memory of the dead. We do well to be 
angry ; and, if need be, let oar wrath 
wax seven times hotter, until that which 
' was a murderer froui^ the beginning' is 
consumed from the face of the earth. As 
the people stand by the grave of Lincoln 
let them lift their right hands to heaven 
and take a solemn vow upon their souls, 
to give no sleep to their eyes nor slumber 
to their eyelids, until Slavery is hunted 
from its last shelter, and every man, black 
and white, stands equal before the law. 

" In dealing with the gcilty leaders 
and instigators of the rebellion, we should 
beware tiow we take counsel of passion. 
Hatred has no place beside the calm and 
awful dignity of justice. Human life is 
still a very sacred thing ; Christian for- 
hfaranceand patience are still virtues. 
For my part, I should be satisfied to see 
the chiefs of the great treason go out from 
among us homeless, exiled forever, with 
the brand of Cain on their foreheads, car- 
rying wiih them, wherever they go, the 
aveng'mg Nemesis of conscience. W^e 
cannot take lessons, at this late day, in 
their school of barbarism ; we cannot 
starve ami torture them as they have 
starved and tormented our soldiers. ].,»>t 
them live. Perhaps that is, after all, the 
most terrible penalty. tor wherever 
they hide themselvci the story of their 
guilt will follow ih ni — they can have no 
rest nor peace save in that <leep repent- 
ance, which, through the mercy of God, 
is possible even for them. 

I have BO disposition to stand between 
these men and justice. If arrested they 
can have no claim to exemption from the 
liabilities of criminals. But it is not 
simply a question of their deserts that is 
to be considered ; we are to take into the 
account|our own reputation as a Christian 
people, the wishes of our best friends 
abroad, and the humane instincts of the 
age, which forbid all unnecessary severi- 
ty. Happily we are not called upon to 
take counsel of our fears. Rabbinical 
writers fell us that evil spirits who are 
once bafHed in a contest with human be- 
fngs, lose from thenceforth all power of 
further mischief. The defeated r.bels 
are in the precise condition of these Jew- 
ish demons. Deprived of slavery, they 
are wasps that have lost their stings. 



his early writings and speeches, we might 
have despaired of his becoming the 
worthy ruler of a great nation. 

"At bis inauguration, Andrew John- 
son, under the joint induence, it appears, 
of great excitement and drink, behaved 
in a way which shocked his countrymen 
as much as it did us. But we ought not. 
to forget th it Pitt was once at least seen 
the worse for liquor in the House of 
Commons, and that if current tradition 
does not deceive us, a speech was made 
by a very eminent me nber of the House 
of Lords, in the debate on the Reform 
bill whi(;b showed that the speaker was 
not under the influence of political ex- 
citement alone. This incident seems to 
me less serious than the arbitrary pro- 
ceedings of which Johnson has more than 
once been guilty in Tennessee, and 
which appear to betray a character prone 
to violence — the thing most of all to be 
deprecated and dreaded at the present 
juncture. 

"But Tennessee, where a desperate 
conllict has been going on between the 
secessionists and Union parties, and 
where Union men, Johnson himself 
among the number, have undergone every 
kind of outrage at the hands of their op- 
ponents, is the land of violence ; and it is 
not to be assumed that a man would be- 
have everywhere as he would behave 
there. High position and heavy respon- 
sibility have sometimes a great effect in 
moderating and elevating the character, 
especially among the class of rough 
strong men to whom I think it probable 
the new President belongs. I shall not 
dispair, tiil facta compel me, of seeing 
him, in his new dignity, mend his man- 
ners, throw off his Tennesseean animosi- 
ties, behave as bccomo his station, and 
tread, to the best cf nis ability, both at 
home and abroad, in the steps of the 
truly great man (for so, though in an un- 
imposingform, Lincoln was,) into whose 
place he has been unexpectedly called. 

"His first speech seems to promise 
well. I do not mean to underrate the 
gravitv of the accident which, at this 
cnsis'substitutes for a representative ot 
the shrewd and kindly West a man chosen 
tt what seemed an office of little import- 
ance, by way of tribute to the Unionist 
martyrs of the violent and stabbling 
South. I only wish to avoid aggravating 
evil (as we well may) by anticipation, and 
at any rate, to aid in arresting, if possi- 
ble, the flood of dangerous vituperation 
which is ready to How from the pens of a 
portion of our press. These journalists 
have just had as tremendous a lesson on 
their own fallibility as the severity of des- 
tiny could read them ; and they could 
scarcely select a more dangerous moment 
than the present for another exhibition 
of their temperance and discretion. 

" The Senate, the llouSe of Represen- 
tatives, the Supreme Court, all have in 
their hands powers of restraining the 
action of the Executive, which, especially 
in the case of the Senate and House of 
Representatives, increase in effectiveness 
in proportion as the personal influence of 
the President over the nation diminishes. 
The army is in the hands of Grant, who 
has been styled by journalistic omni- 
science a 'butcher,' as Lincoln was styled 
a 'Robespierre,' but who is, in fact, an 
American Duke of Wellington, as simple 
and strai^^htforward in character, as 
modest, as devoid of irregular ambition, 
as little likely to swerve from the strict 
path of military or < ivil duty, while his 
recent treatment of Lee and the cap- 
tured array shows that he knows well how 
to behave to a vanquished enemy 

" I am, Sec, GOLD WIN SMITH. 

" Apri l 27." 

SUDELL'S SON-IN-LAW. 
The «*Baron Von Erlan^er." 



guerrillas, and punished with death. The 
strict enforcement and execution of this 
order is esp^icially enjoined upon com- 
manding officers of all United States 
forces within the territorial limits to 
which it applies." 



jjpedal §iftim. 



periflct relief, and when j 



rsevered with accord* 
Dg to directions, never fail to effect a rapid and 
lasting cu I e. Thousands have bet^n restored to 
perfect health who have tried other means in 
vaiu. To all ctai<!>en and all conBtitutlons they 
are equally a blesxinf and a cure — none need des- 
pair, no matter how long the diseasn may have 
existed, or however severe it may be, provided 
the organic structure of the vital organs Is not 
hopelessly decayed. Every one afflicted should 
give them an impartial trial. 

To Vocalists and Public Spkakers, these 
Wafers are peculiarly valuable ; they will In one 
day remove the most severu occasional hoarse- 
ness; and their regular use for a few days will, 
at all times, increase the power and flexibility ot 



U S.7 30 LOAN _M^ 



A great many side hits are being made at the 
Plantation Bitters, by a score or two of dlsint«r 
ested friends who have endeavored to imitate or 
oountarfeit them, it's all of no use. The people 
won't b« long Imposed upon. The Plantation 
Bitters are Increasing In usv and popularity every 
day, and "that's what's the matter." They are 
In same siscd bottle, and made Just as they were 
at first, and will continue to be, or we sfiall stop 
making them. 

The PlanUtion Bitters purify, strengthen and 
Invigorate, 

They create a healthy appetite. 

They are an antidote to change of water and 
diet. 

They overcome effects of dissipation and late 
hoars. 

They strengthen the system and en c 

mind. 

They prevent miasmatic and ent fev^ 

en. 

They purify tho breath and acidity of the alow- 
aoh. 

They cure DTspessia and Constipation. 

Th'-y core Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Mor- 
bus. 

Thej cur" r i -er Comp'aint and Nervous Head- 
ache. 

The} make fie « \k strong, the langnldbrii; 
tlant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer 
The Recipe and fuli Circular are around each bot- 
tle. Clergymen, Merchants, and persons whose 
sedentary habits induce weakness, lassitude, pal- 
pitation of the heart, bick of appetite, dlHi.ress al- 
ter eatinft, liver complaint, conntlpation, Jkc, 
will Hnd an tmmciiale and permanent nUief In 
these iiltters. Bat above all, they are recom- 
mended to weak and delicate females and moth 
era. 

They arc sold by all respnctable merchants. 
See that each botti" has our private United 
states Stamp over the c rk, and steel-plate tide 
laben. 

Beware of refilled i>ottle8. See that the stamp 
has not been tampered with. Any person pn>- 
(cnding to nell I'laulaii.in Uitters by the Gallon 
is a swindler and impostor, and should be Imme- 
diately reported to us. 

P. U. I9RAH.K * CO., 
!i\ fark Row, New York. 

sep 28-dfcweow-lr wea'v 

A True Story. 

DEDICATKn TO TlIK SICK, 

riiere dwelt In the swamps a pa'e, billions me- 
c'lanlc; 
Bli muscles were strengthle^, his blood it was 
chill ; 
And the wife of his bosom ht'Iicved . in her panic, 
The huitMnd she worshippi-d washopeles^ly.UI. 
Seeking daily for help in her wifeiy devotion. 
All vainly shstried pili and powder and potion— 
Till at last.when a prey to griefs wildcstemoliou. 
Of HUSTKTTEK'S BIITElli she heard Irom 
a friend. 

She purchased the cordial, half hoping, half fear- 
ing— 
A prayer on her Up, and a tear in her eye; 
And taking his hanJ, with words kindly and 
chef ring, 
Besouk'ht him th" tonic for her sake lo try. 
As ho drank, a new 1 fo through his ^ystem 

B<»em'^d rteuliug. 
Each following draught did its mitsion of heal- 
ing, 
Until, strong in health, and mostgratrful in feel 
ing, 
Be toldthe"trttostoiy"herot«inpdinto song. 



the voice, greatly improving Its tone, compass 
" ■ ich 
y ni 
JOB MOSKS, Sole Proprietor, 



NEW GOODS ! 



and clearness, for which purpose they are regu- 
■ ■ "i»1 

Ti( 
27 CortIand-Bt.,'New York. 



arly used by many professional vocalists. 



Price 25 cents per box. For sale is St. Paul by 
Biggs ; Siims, Vawter ft Uose, and Combs, 
novlO-eowlvw 



y 



pUUum), &K. 



AND 

SXR^A^V OOOI>S. 

Mrs. J. B. LYOO 

Begs to inform her friends and the public gen- 
erally that she is now receiving the latest 
DKSIGI^S AND E»^TTKRN"S, 

and Ih now ready to supply the very latest ("tylesol 

MPMiivc} ahu tir.nmEU wooitH, 

at the very lowest prices, consisting of 

SILK,CKAPE8, BELTING, 

LACE8, CHENILLES Hair ftStrawEONNETS 

BONNET HIBBONS, SilkftCrape " 

TKIMMING " HEAD DRESSES, 

VELVEr " HAIR NETS, 

QUILLED " VAILS, 

bonnet ft hat FRAHE8,Bonnet ORNAMENTS, 

SAKS, Cl.OAKS, 

FEATHERS, MAMILLAS, 

FRKNCa FLOWERS, tliaWLS, 

AMEUICAN " CAP TRIMMINGS, *c. 

N. It. — Mrs Lygo, having a large assortment of 
Uuods, is now ready to supply 

WHOLESALE DEALERS 

as low as Chicago prices, saving time and oxjien- 
ses to customers, and receiving goods daiiy, i.f 
the very latest styles. 

Fluting ! FlutinK ! 
The best fjualitv and lowest prices, apr25-tf 

St. Paul. April ^4, 18«'>5. 



IWt I J^ L. I IV E It ^". 

Be it known tn every lady In the State that we 
have a stock of Mil inery such as cannot be found 
in any other house in the City. We think we 
can afford a little to every family in Minnesota, 
and at prices that must pleastrthe buy. rs, having 

Purchased Before the Late Advance. 

We have a choice stock of 

r>icY oooi>s 

Just opened. 

Our Cloak Department 

is well supplied with the latest designs. 

Dress and Cloalc 'rrimmings, 

very new; 

HEADDRESSES AND HEAD ORNAMENTS, 

the newest, with all those Fixings and l<ancy Ar- 
t'cles kept in a first class Millinery and Ladies' 
FUKMblllNli STOKE. We will not fur 
iher enumerate. Give us a call, or seud your or- 
Afr*. Our new stock is in Catholic lilOck, second 
block below the bridge. Our German custi mers 
will be glad to hear that wt- have obtained the 
services of Miss Zimmemann, who will be happy 
to wait on them in the future. 

Mrs. J. J. DUGAN. 
St. Paul, May 10, IWVi. 



It is also proper to state that the liitter.i are 
sold exclusively in glass, and never under any 
circumstances by the gallon or barrel. Impostcrs 
and imitators are abroad, aid the only saf-'guard 
the public have against them iito^ee that the 
bitters they buy bear the engraved label and note 
ot hand of Messrs. Hosttetier ft Smith, and our 
proprietary stamp over the cork of the bottle. 

mIO d&wlv* 

CA-UXIO^T FROIVI THE 

AMERICAN WATCH CO. 



• « ♦ ■ » 



hj Asa 



The mipnesota Company in 
llnucock's Corps. 

Camp Sto.vemax, D. C, May 15, 186.5. 
Editors Press : 

The Minnesota Company in the First 
Aimy Corps, Gen. Hancock, is composed 
of 61 men from Minnesota, 17 from Wis- 
consin, and 2 from Iowa— toUl 80. Lieut. 
J. Martey, formerly of the "First Min- 
nesota Vols.", is the only officer in our 
company at present. It is proposed to 
commission some of the enlisted men of 
our company, but the boys "can't see 
the point" in taking a commission and 
having the $400 government bounty de- 
dncied from their pay. We are pleasant- 
ly situated on the left bank ot the Poto- 
mac four miles below Washington, and 
are allowed to visit the city, ooe at a 
time, by procuring a pass from Gen. S. 
S. Carroll, commanding the Division. 
Francis Ray and W. F. Seeley are the 
only ones from the Company who are 
sick and they are not considered danger- 
oosly ill. We expect to draw arms and 
tents in »^day or two and go into camp. 
Of ooarce we cannot determine our-future 
destination. The Army of the Totomac 
is arriving io the vicinity of Alexandria, 
and we are in hopes to meet familiar 
faces ia the "Old First". Those who 
havts friends in tliis ( 'ompany can direct 
"Co. A, 9th Reg., U. S. V. V., 1st 
Army Corps, Wasbiogton, D. C. 



Goldwin Smith on Johnson and 
Cirant. 

The London Daily News publishes a 
letter from trofessor Goldwin Smith, on 
questions suggested to English journals 
by the assassination. We take the fol- 
io wnig extract: 

• 'My object in writing to you, however, 
is not to deplore what is irreparable, but 
to second you in deprecating exaggerated 
assumptions and extravagant language 
as to the character and probable conduct 
of Mr. Lincoln's constitutional successor. 
The accession of Andrew Johnson to the 
Presidency will be received with almost 
as much misgiving in America as here ; 
and the minU of the American people is 
no doubt by this time at work as to the 
best way ot obviating the danger to. the 
state which this event may entail. Should 
necessity arise, means of securing the 
public interests will he found, th"""S in 
a nation- so attached fo > --j-i" '>nal 
forms, no unconstirn'tic .1 i.v,>»; .,ci.t, vvdl 
be resorted to till ti.. resources of the 
constitution have beei. exhausted. 

" Even if it were clear that Andrew 
Johnson were no better than a Marat or 
a Masaniello, the Americans are not a 
Parisian or a Neapolitan mob; they are 
an educated nation, trained te political 
action, and capable, by their united intel- 
ligence and practical resources, of meet- 
ing almost any emergency, as the events 
of the war have shown. But it is quite 
premature to assume that Johnson when 
in power, will turn out a Marat or a Mas- 
aniello. An American politician (and 
the same thing may be said of the politi- 
cians in our colonies) may be very rough, 
even coarse ; and yet he may have in him 
sterling stuff, which power and responsi- 
bility may bring to light. Lincoln, him- 
self, was originally a rough man ; and if 
w»hM} only looked to certain parts of 



From the Washington Chronicle. 

It will be recollected tbfit a "diamond 
wedding" came off in Paris some time ago ; 
the high contracting parties to which 
were the Baron Erlanger and the daugh- 
ter of John Slidell, minister plenipo of 
Jeff. Davis "near," (but not very near) 
the court of Louis Napoleon. A lawsuit, 
involving the said Baron Erlanger in 
some very awkward affairs, has since 
come off, and a pamphlet publicatiotl of 
the proceedings has got into circulation, 
entitled" Baron von Erlanger. Buon and 
Vibons," whereupon it appears that a 
({uestion of identity arises. There are 
two von Erlangers, father and son ; both 
can be designated "baron," and both con- 
sented while dignty was Bafe ; bat with 
disgrace impending, the father baron, 
who has use tor his reputation just now, 
reclaims his exclusive rights to all the 
honors, and reduces his sen, hQsband of 
Miss Slidell, to the rank and file grade of 
proraiscuoua German nobility. 

The real baron writes to the printer of 
the pamphlet, that he, Raphael Erlanger, 
ii a Portuguese baron, but that bis son 
lltirr Emit Erlanger is only a noblemen 
of Meinetigen, and on thfal grourid de- 
mands that the title of the pamphlet shall 
be changed in accordance with the fact. 
The printer gracefully complies in the 
following fashion: "This demand ap 
pears to us perfectly Just. We must, 
however, say, in excuse of Our mistake, 
that nobody can be blamed for not being 
thoroughly acquainted with the newly in- 
vented pe iigree of this Portugese-Mein- 
ingen ni)f>le family and their titles, bow- 
ever well acquainted he may be with their 
descent — the baron being a converted 
Jew of low family — but still, in obedience 
to the reclamation (with a libel suit in 
prospect), we cheerfully admit that the 
lawsuit, reported m this and other papers, 
was not against the Portuguese Baron 
Raphael, but against theaon and partner, 
the Meining'n noble Emilvon Erlanger." 
This reclamation of the father settles, 
by authority, the one-horse nobility of 
Mr. Slidell's son-in law ; and entitles him, 
under a reverse of fortune, to keep a first 
class lager beer saloon in western Texas, 
or on the head waters of the Red river, 
without any further evidence of his so- 
cial status. But the real baron, though 
thus relieved of the scandal of the pam- 
phlet, has a trouble of his own to attend 
to, and the Bavarian papers are handling 
him without mercy. He is the rebel loan 
aj^ent for Germany, by grace and trust of 
•John Slidell, and, it seems, has gone 
pretty deep into the cotten business on 
private account. Among other enter- 
prises and operations, based upon the 
ruval staple, he got up a grand cotten- 
spinnmg establishment at Oggersheim, in 
Rhenish Ba^ria. of which he was not on- 
ly lounder, but president and financial 
manager. The said establishment has 
recently bursted. We are not told what 
his own loss has been, but it is certain 
that the slaveholders loose the whole 
amount of their investments, and the Ba- 
varian papers are filled with charges of 
scandalous conduct in the management ol 
the funds. After this comes his account 
wilh the loan-holders ot ih'i cotton con- 
federacy, and Mr. Slidell, in addition to 
his complications with the Von Erlanger, 
junior, will have some troublesome ex- 
planations to make concerning the great 
rebel loan ageant. Von Erlanger, senior. 
♦ « # < • 



"THEBfc IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL." 
'Tarrant's Coinpovind Kxtract 

OXJJBEBfS & COPA.TBA., 

Tsas'jre certain and spc;dy care for all diseases 
cf the Bladder, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, 
either In male or female, frei|Heiit.y performing 
a pefect curt- in the short space of three or four 
diys, knd »iways in Ie«-8 time than any other 
preraratlon. fn the u-e o! Tarrant's Compound 
Kxtract of ('ubeb's and Cotaiba there Is no need 
of coniiinement or chan^ ' ol iliet. In its ap- 
proved form ot a paste, ii i' entirely tastolefs, 
and«(auses no unplnasar; K^nfatlon to the pa- 
ti'-nt, and no exposure. Il i-i acknowledged by 
tlie moHt learned in t'lc pi-of-'ssiou that in tlie 
above class of di-ita-es, Cub bs and Copaiba are 
the only two remedies known that can bo relied 
upon with any certainty of success. 

larrant's Compound Kxtractof Cubebs and Co- 
paiba NEVKK ji'AlLSI 

Manufactured only by 

TARltAn^T * CO., 
278 Greenwich 8t.,Jiew York, 

j^- Sold by Cruggists all over th^World. 

myl"-ly 



The sale of the first series of $300,000,<X!0 of the 
7 30 Loan was complet ed on the 31st of March, 
18C5, The sale of the s soond series of Three Hun- 
dred Millijns,, payabla three years from the 15th 
day of June, 1»05, was begun on tho Ist of April. 
In the short space qf t'tirtp days, over One Jlun- 
drtd Aruiions oj this .leries have been jioW— leav- 
ing this day less than Two Hundred SUllioni to 
be dispose 1 of. The interest la payable semlan- 
nially in currrcncy on the 15th of Deccmt>er and 
ISlhof June by coupi tns attached to each note, 
which are Kadlly cas led anywhere. It amounts 
to 
Oa« c«Bt p«r d8>7 OB a fSO not*. 
Vwocenta" " '■ flOO •"■ 
T«B " " ' " l^iOO " 
XU *' •» •♦ fl.OOO " 

#1 " " •' f&,ooo »» 

More and llore Desirable. 

The rebellion is suj pressed, and iho Govern- 
ment has already ad )ptcd measures to reduce 

xpenditures as rapilly as possible to a peace 
footing, Uiua witlidrawiog from market as bor- 
rower and purchaser. This is 

THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET 

Now offered by the fiovernment, and constitutes 
the 

Great Popular Loan of the People, 

The Etvcn-Thirty Notes are convertible on 
their maturity, at th<i option of ho holder into 

v. B. 5-2iI> Six per cent. 
QOLD-BBAlELZira BOZfDS, 

Which sre always wcrth a premium. 

Free Frcim Taxation. 

The 7-;iO notes caiinuot be taxed liy Towns, 
Cities, Cl unties or]St3tc3, and the interest is not 
taxed unlefs oa a tu -p.us of the owner's income 
e.xceeding six hundred dollars a ji^ar. Tills fact 
increases their value from one to three iter cent, 
per annum, aucordii g to the rate levied on other 
property. 

Subscribe QuickJy. 

Less than JJOO.OOC.OOO oi tho Loan authorized 
by the last Congress are now on the market. 
This amount, at tlie rate at which it id being ab- 
sorbed,, will be sub8crit>ed for within 
two months, when tho notes v ill nndoubt 
O'lly command a premium, as has unif<.'rmly l>ecn 
the case on clcsini; the eub^criptions to ether 
Loans. It now settns jirobabiethat no consider- 
able amount bet/on<' the present series mil be of- 
/erred to thepuhUc, 

In oitfer that citizens of every town and sco- 
lion of ihe couatiy may be afforded t:iciliti('6 fci 
taking the oau, the National Baukp, ^tate Banks 
and private Bankers throughout the country 
have gentii ally agrejd to recciro 8Ui>H>.riptions at 
par. iSub^cribers will select their own agents, in 
whom they have couhdence, and who only are to 
be responeibie for t le delivery of the notes fcr 
which (hey receive irders, 

J.IlY COOKIiJ, 
Subscri)'ti-jtt Agent, I'hiladelphia. 

May 1st, Itiui. 



D. W. Ingersoll k Co. . 



Are reoeiving by express from the lata 



PANIC AUCTION SALES 



nnSEW YORK. 



SPX^KIVDII) SrrYJLKB 



OF 



IVETW r>ET^AnVES ! 



▲STD 



l&DIES' DRESS GOODS. 



O^A. L I C O K S , 



rv 



k 



A!7(D 



It having come to our knowledge that imita- 
tions of the American Watch have been put up jn 
the market in great number, calculated by their 
utter worthlessness to injure tho reputation of 
our genuine products, to protect our own Inter- 
e.-tts and the public from Imposition, we again 
puMish our trade marks by which our Watches 
may invariably be know o. 

Wo manufacture four styles of Watches. 

The first ha^ the name. 

"AMiiRICAN WATCH CO.,Wallham,Ma88.," 
engraved on the inside plate. 

The 8( c}nd has the name 

"APIM.KTON, TttAL,V fc CO., Waltham, 
Mass," engraved on the inside plate. 

The third has the name 

"P. S. BAKTLKTT, Waltham, Mass.," en- 
graved on the insid') plate. 

All the above styles have the name American 
Watch Co. pjlutedon tbedia), and are warranted^ 
in every respect. 

The fourth has the njmed 

•'WM. KLLEKY, Boston, Mass.," engraved on 
the inside plate, and is not named on tho dial. 

All the abov( deficlbed watches are made of 
various sizes, and are so.d in gold or silver cases, 
as may l>e required. 

It Is hardly possible for us to accurately de- 
scribe the numerous imitations to which we have 
alluded. They are nsu illy inscribed with names 
so nearly approaching our own a) to escape the 
observation of the nnacjustumed buyer. Homo 
are represented ai made by the "Union Watch 
Co. of Boston, Mass."— no puch company exist- 
ing. Some are named the "Soldier's Watch," to 
be sold as our fourth, or Wra. l-ilery style, usu- 
ally known as the "Soldiwr s Watch." Others 
are named the "Appleton Watch Co. ;'' others 
the "P, S. Barti.EV," instrad of our "I". S. Bart- 
tett;" t>egldes many varieties named in such a 
manner as to convey the ide^ that they are the 
veritable productioui of tho Ameri^^an W^a.ch 
Company. 

Wo also caution the public, and particularly 
soldiers, against buying certain articles calli!: > 
watches, so freely advertised in illastratod (:a- 
P'r8a8"Army Watches," "Officers' Watches," 
"Magic Tine Observere," "Arcana Wat. lies,' 
4c., the prices ol which ari> stated fo be from 
seven to sixteen dollars. A geod watch. In these 
times, cannot l)e afforded for anv such money, 

A little attention on the part of buyeis will j ro 
testthemfrora gros's Imposltioa. 

BOBBINS, & AFPLETOIV, 
AGENTS FOR THE AMICUICAN WATCH CO., 

182 Broadway, Nww York 

m.3-dtwlm 



NEW PERFUME 

FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. 



The Largest Collar Mann factory 

IN THE NORTHWEST. 

Bigelow's Satin - Enameled 

BYKON COLLARS. 

A new article of invention. This collar exceeds 
all Oilier paper collars for comfort, n<atness and 
economy. Also a large assortuient of 

Satin-Enanielcd (larrot^s, fjinen Fa« 

per ByroiiN, and Linen Paper 

Garrotes. 

Ladles Fatin-hnameled Collars and Cuffs; a 
new and couvenient article. The trade supplied 
at thd lowest market pi ices. 

BlOliLOW & CO., 
Manufacturers, 
roayT-Stn 11 T.aSslie stteet, Chicago. 

HECOIVO 

National Bank of St. Panl. 



HOOP SKIRTS! 



which, together^with an 

EXTKlVeHVK HXOCK1 

OF 

DRYLGOOD8, 

THET.WILL BELL AT THE 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

Those who want Dry Goods should be enre and 
caU at 

RW.JNGERSOLL&CO'S 



This Bank is now fUlly organized with a paid 
up capital of Two Hundred Thousand Pollars, 
and is open forthe f rahsiactionof a general Hank- 
ing and K.vchange business. Colli ctions upon 
all accessible poiuts in the Northwe!<t will be 
made and remitted for on day of payment at cnr- 
rent rates of exchange. Highest Market Kates 
piid for Gold, Mlver, and KoreiRn Exchange. 
1 his Bank Is an ageut for subscriptions to the 
popular Lnlled states 7.30 lA)an, and these notes 
will at all tim<'S be kept on hand for sale in sums 
of from Fifty Uollars upwards. 

E. S. EDGERfON, President. 
JOHN KiCOLS, Vice President. 

D. A. MONFORT, Cashier. 



SuBscatPTiojis'viLi, Bs KKCFivBU by the 
First National Bank of St. Pdul. 
ticcond National Jiank of M. Paul. 
First National Bauk of Winona. 
First National Baak of llastings. 
First National Bank of Minneapolis. 
National Exciianjie Bank oi Minneapolis. 
First National Rank of New Ulm. 
First NatiocalBaiik of Rochester, 
msylMl-aglO. 

The Ninth National Bank 

OF TH K Cl TY OF NEW YORK. 
CAPITAI., #!,<! 00,000 PAID IIV. 

FISCAL AGENT 3F THE UNITED STATES, 
AMD Spkcial Agist for Jay Cooke, 5vb- 

SCP.IPTIOS agkst, 
lVtlldelirer3-aiO lVo(«<a fr^ft ofcbarir* 

by express, in all i»arts of ihe country, and re- 
ceive in payment checks on "New Yc-t. Phila- 
delphia and Huston, current bills, and all flv per 
cent, interest note; , with interest to r.ite of sub- 
scription. t)rders <ent by mail will be pr,.,iriptly 
lilled. This iSantc receives iheaccounts oi KanKs 
and Bankers on faverable terms; also of individ- 
uals keeping New Vork account'*. 
J. T. HILL Casluer. J. C. ORVIS. Pres't. 

JPioneer Foixndry 

machine'^ works 

O*' JM. NiyKSOXA- 



aeptl'ly 



ST. PAUL. Mnnr. 



NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES I 



O^THCART & CO 

Are receiving by Express 

Large Additions to their Stock, 

consisting of all the novelties in 

Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods. 



Important Orders. 

Wa8Hi.\qton, May 17.— A general 
order has been issued from the War De- 
partment, as follows : 

"All the forces of the enemy east of 
the Mississippi river, having been duly 
surrendered by their proper commanding 
officers, to the armies of the United States, 
and uoder agreements of parole and di§- 
bandment, and there being now no 
authorized troops of the enemy east of 
the Mississippi river, it is ordered, that 
from and after the first day of June, 1865, 
any and ali persons found in arms against 
the United States, or who may commit 
acts of hostilities againsflfit, east of the 
MiBtissippi river, will b« regarded as 




r>IRKCXOK.«: 

JOHN NICOLS, I 1). DAY, „,„^^^ 

J. II. .STKWART, I N. K. HARWOOD, 

B. PRESLEY, IJ.B. BRAUHN, 

C. n. SCHl'RMEIEB, JO-EPll UAlLE"* , 
P. BERKKV, V. R. SMITH, 

I. C. uEOUGE, I iSAAO .MAl'LES, 

E. 8. EUGEUTON. 

St. Paul, April 10th, imn. 

ap9-ly 



A IWoat F««|ui«ilo, Orlicnie nn«l Vvn- 
Kmnt Perfume, OiHtillrd from Ihe 
Rare nnJ neniiliful IMower from 
whirh it Inkra ila name. 
Manufactured only by PII A I.O:V & SOIV. 

B^ Beware of Counterfeits. 

Amk for l'/iitlnn's—Tiil,i- no other. 
Bold by dnigKfsts Kcnerally. 

an6d&wnm.Hn. 

D. C. Grbknlbaf has the largest and 
best assortment of HoUiday Goods in the city, 
in Qreenleaf sUlock, near the Fost Office. 

decl7.tf 

RbLIKF in tKN M1NUTK8. — BrYAN'8 
PULMomc Wakrrs. — The most certain and 
■needy remedy ever discovered for all Uineases of 
tne Cheat and Lungs, Coughx, Colds, Axthma, 
Consamption, Bronchitis. Influenza, Hoarseness 
Dlfflcult Breathing, Sure Throat, &c., Ac. 
TlMM Wafers (Ire tha most Instantaneous and 



NuTiCK 

TO THE STOCK HOLDERS OF TDE 

1st Div. St. Paul & Paciffic R. R. Co. 

The annual meeting of the S!ockh»lders of the 
1st Div. St. Paul and Paoitlc Railroad Company 
will be held on the sdcokd Tuesday in .Tune, being 
on the 1.3th prox , from » o'clock A. M. to 2 i'. M,, 
at the ofllce of the Company, In tho City of St. 
fau'.fur the purjiose of electing Directors for 
the ensuing year. 

Dated St. Paul, May inth, ISfiS 

SAML. 8. BREED, 
ml2-lm Secretary."' 

vvrooo, HAV Aivn umc 

C. A. PRESCOTT. 

[Successor to PENNY t BIEAGUAM,] 
, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Wood, Hoy & Lime. 

Wood sawed, split and delivered in any quanti 
tlf y. OrdeA solicited and \ romptly attended to. 

Office and Yard, corner Fourth and St. Peter 
streets. 

aprl6-^m 
^WESTCHESTER HOUSE, 

Corner Broome-St.and Bo-w*»ry, 

NEW YORK. 
On the European plan, Aeoommodatl»ns for two 

hundred guest*. 
lAtf.ly J. *". DARBOW. Pronrl.>tor. 

TEA! TEAl TEA! 

IN THE 

ST. PAUL TEA STORE 

or 

sepWly *** Tkird lltr**t. 

W A WTBI*— Agents In every county, to fn- 
troduofl the lollowing new and popu-jr 
works • " The life of Wa«hington," ".Sacre.l Bi 
OKrapliyandHI-tory," "Christian Home, ' snd 
"M";eum of Wonderful Adventures and Ex- 
ploits." Agents are making cpKdid reports 
from twenty to thirty orders per ^*TI- 
For terms call on or address, with Mamp. 

O. I>. GIUHH, 

1.14 Clark St., Chicago, Ul P.O. Box 308. 
mal6Sm 



C. A. rKF.8COTT. 



C13.AJSG1Z OF BASE I 

Sinc3 the de^tn ction by fire of the Pioneer 
Foundry In St. Pai I, in .fuly last, we have erect- 
ed a shop at Minn -ap.'lis, iu order to ava'l onr- 
s.lves of 'he facilti e» of water p nver in our bue- 
IneKS We expect to net in operation about the 
15th of April, whe 1 we shall Ix^ p^eparea to do 
any kind of mi'l maclnnerv or other casilnps 
thatmiy l>e called or. Being praciiKiI iron and 
bra-8 founde-s and n'acliinlsls of i5 y. ars expetl- 
enoe (fi yeur« in t'lia .Mate), we tl;ink we can 
give tur pitrons gooii Katirf.iclion, bnth in qual- 
ilv and price ot work in our line. We thall le 
able to lurnish Ordinary Castings, fi « nts rer Ih. 
Bri-SK Hastings, 75 sentspt^r lb. Babbit Metal, 
50 to 75 cents per II'. l>ath>^ work and lini<lung, 
from f 5 to $(> per cay. Patle n Mai«inc, *1 P«'r 
day. tlavingan e:cpcrier.ced I'atteru ilaker. we 
can make uny p«Mi rn that may be wanted Vpon 
tlie opFuing of nav gatioii we intend toca.-<t • verv 
<l^y, Sundays exec Med, so that we shall he aM-" 
to furnish c-istings without the u^ual delay. < Id 
iron, brass, copper, lead, sc wanted. 

GII.MaN ft; Ctl., Pioiuer Fonndrv, 
Adjoining Pc •kins & Crocker's Grift Mill. 

Minneapoli^t. April 10, l»fA. »plld4w-!y 



Having made our purchases under the most 
favorable circumstances, we are enabled to offer 
aline of goods which will be attractive to all «ho 
seek for the New, the Beautiful and the Good. 

Tendering our thanks for the liberal patronage 
bestowed upon us in the past, we would respect- 
fully solicit a continuance of tlie same— with the 
asdurance that it ehall be our aim to make all 
business transactions both pleasant and prufita- 
bl» to the buyer. 

Remember the "Old House," 

TSo. 13V5 Third St. 

St. Paul, April 6, 186S. apl-ly 




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1865. SKEDc?. 1SC).'> 
Beedi^ ! Heeds ! 

QARDKN, GRASS AND FLOW MR SEIDS I 

DAI? &~JENK8, 
DRTJ&G is:.:"*?, «AiJS'r r»A.XTL, 

MRALKhH IN 

OB ASS SEEDS- Ti mot hy. Clover, Red Tup 
Hungarian, B ue i,rass. Orchard ami I awn 
Grass. 

GARDEN SEED} — By the Pound, Box, or Pa- 
per, In great vuilety. 

FLOW ER SEED!!— The largest and best assort, 
nient In this Male, 

RiTA BAUA ami TCRNIP SEED, Whole^ale 
and Retail, ai-^d.^wSni 



F-A.MIIjY G KOCFlltY STORK 

WE have Just opi uixl in Messrs. HotTtaiau A 

llalford'soldstanil, on the corner ol Seventh 

and Olive Str.»«>ts an entir.> Nkw sto<;k ot 

rAmaLli trfMOCBUtCS. 

We will keep on hand a fXilI assortment of the 
very b<ist goods tn t>c found. We solicit the 
trade of tl|e old Urn and th« public generally. 

We also keep on hand a fUU stock of Produce, 
which we will sell at the U»cest market price. ' 

LINCK ABRO. 
B9V to 6mo. 



SPRING DRESS GOODS, 

PRINTS, 

DEILuflLlIXES, 

CHAJ^LTES, 

JUSX nCCEKTED BY EXP1IKS», 

AND WILL BE 

'Sold at -GPanic Pr-ices, at 
L. O. BXJKT'S, 

tf<>ClM5 



Attorney and Counselor at Law. Offloe In 
Hcyward's Block, Third strMt. ^^^^ 



LOw:ii;:»: loavei*: 

GrROCKRnCS Ac PROVISIONS 

Uave fallen nntil'lt would.seem that they liavo 
reached the lM>ttoia. We w^ll continue to ^e\\ at 
ihelowesl ll^ures until they make another start 
lower down. We have on hand a nice stock of 
COKKES. TEAS, SUGARS, 

<annedl''ruits. Dried Emits, '.olden Synn, 
Oysters, I'lekles, Sugar H, Syrup, 

t arbon Oil, Egg<, Butter, 

Chee'c, • At.ples, Onions, 

Potat'ws, Turnips, vinur. 

Corn Jleal, Huckw. flour, Tut's, 

Baskets, Itrooras, Pails, &c., &c. 

Remember the jiUce — on .lackson street. opi>o- 
situ the Big Clock, wliern Wlmbish kept. 

DUGAN, RUNKETIK & CO. 
St. Paul, April IS, 1805. marl7-yl 



^BA1II1.BS«I »aCKS. 

FOR SALTC CHKWl?. 

Several hundred I 'ood secondhand SEAMLESS 
SACKS. 

L. B. h C. GBEIG, 
ivr22-lai Sit>ley Street. 



J. L FOKEPAIGH & CO., 

TUoiiipson's Block, 3d Street, 

Saint X*n»l, Ittiiino»oia.» 

THE ONLY EXCLUSIVELY 

wmm iiiii fiooiis house 

In Minnesota. 

WE ARE JlSr RI-CEIVING OUR 

NEW SPJailVG fe»TOCI£ 

and would call the attention of buyers fo the fact 
that having made our purchases at the time of the 

IL^iiCo Great IDocllne 

and principally from the large 

Auction Sales at New York, 

we can ofTer our customers BETTER WARGAINS 
than they can get in any matket wet>t 
of New Y'ork. 
Our ast>ortment of g>!ods is rery extensive, and 
compriries all varieties in 

I> «, "iT G^ O O I> S 

ABD 

Yn,iil<eo Notions. 

We rr-spcc:tully colicit an examination of car 
oods and prices. 

J. L. FOREPACGH. 

JU. AUERBACH. 
Bt. Paul April 22, 18C5. ^ »p23 ly 

One Grood Scconcl-Hand 

T'Octave 9o*cw*«mI 

I* I uA. IST O 

WITH IRON JiSAlIE, FOR SAIECBEAP 
At MTJNGEB BRO.'S. 



G^ood 5-Octave Melodeon 

BECOMD-HANC, FOR SALE CHEAP. 

At Itfuncer Sro.'a. 

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Tne taxes on the forefC"in< tracfg of land, sit- 
uaie In fieCajntyot Kanabec, and btateol M'U- 

ne-ota, for the ; ear* A. L>. Ifc0:t .ind 18»i4, nave 
bern returned ai delirqu -nt. 

>>w, Ih- r-ifon!, no'lce is hereby given that the 
whoN ot the several facs ot Isod rontaiued in 

the foregoing ust. or so much thereof as «nall tK 
neceftary to pay the ta.xi';) and leraitv cba-ged 
thereon, lor the y»-ars A. J>. IMi'i;! and'l864, uill 

be I'ol'i at the i'ouoty Auditors 3t&ce, in the 
town of Brunswick, in said county of Ktne''ac, 
on til" lirrt MoU'lay ot .lun« next, the same l>eing 
tli>' third day of June, A. D. iHtjS, by the Coun'y 
Treasurer 01 said county, unlees such taxes inl 
p«-nilty t>e paid before that time 

G. W. NK„SBirT, 
Auditor of Kan-ibecCoonty. 

Brunswick. Minn , April 13, 1^65. aprJ2 

B HAVB HKCBIVEU A A' 11.1, 

and first class stock of new . 



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BOOTS&SHOES 



PROPOSALS FOR HAY. 



OrricK OF Chief Quartermaster, 1 

DiSTRI T OK Mi:f»E80TA, [ 

Baint Paul, Minnesota, May 12, 1866. ) 



Coaled I*roposa,l8 



In daplloste, wiU be received at this office antil 



18 o'clock, M., 



IMLAY a4, l®eS, 



For the dellvety of 



FIFXY XOIVS 



OF GOOD 



Merchantable Hay 



In the Government £Uble in this City. 



Thr hay to be delivered on or before the 2Sth 
day cr° June, 1865. 

rh( Hay to bo rnhject to such Inspection as the 
undersigned may d-'em necessary ro determine 
its quillty, anil to be weighed at tbe expeu'ie of 
the c< ntracfor. 

Ap-'niedcopy of this advertisement will be 
encle t-a with each propo.sal. 

A iKjnd with good and satisfactory security 
wil. b« required from the person to whom the 
contr ict may be awarded. 

Bidders will give tbeir names and address in 
full. In case or Arms, the precise name and ad- 
dress of e-ch member, with the name of the firm, 
wi:l be stated 

All cjntracts are subject to the approvil of the 
Quartermaster Genera; of the United Sstates Ar- 
my. 

All bid.* must bn accompanied by two guaran. 
tecs. The responslt.ility of the guarantors must 
tM» shown by tlie ulficial certiticaie of the Clerk of 
the n 'irest District Court, or the Li. S. District 
Attoraey. 

FORM OF GUARANTEE.^ 

We , and , ol the County of — — 

State of Minnesota, do hereby guarantee that 

is able to fultill a contract In accordance with his 
proposition: and that should his proposition be 
accepied, he will at once enter into a contract 
in ac'-ordance trerewith. Should a contract be 
awaK^ed him, wo are prepared to become his 
securtlies. 



Par 
parf'd 



ies to whom awards are made must bepre- 
toex-cate contracts at one, and to give 



ihero piired bonds for the iaitbful performance 
of tilt' .same. 

Cor tractors will furnish the necessary Revenue 
stami 

Kid 



s for iKinds ai.d contracts, 

I from disloyal pei sons ;from those who have 
hereii iiore tailed to conipl) with their proposi- 
tion' 
comp 



)r contracts; or from those vho do not 
V with the i^||)ve requirements, will not l>e 



consii crcd. 



Tht 



anv a 1 I all bids not deemed satisfactory. 

Bid 
openi 

I'ro 
nishii 



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li-rs are invited to bo present at the 
ig "^ the bids. 

.>oHalB t.-> be endersed "Proposals for fur- 
g Hay," and addressed to theunderrigned. 

H. L. CARVEK, 

Capt.and A.Q. M., 

Ot 



IN 



undersigned reserves the right to reject 



SURANCE AGENT. 



])!fetropolitH.u, IVo-%v Yorlt 

apital *:!Ofi 000. 

surplus ^1500,000. 

I^t»rillii.r4l, No^w A'orlt, 

lliitlll .JjiSJ.IMHI. 

surtlii - »:'dO,000. 

I [onto In»iiT*ai3<>«» Oo. 



'apital . . 
lurplus. 



9p!ut,ual Beuelit X.<ile. 

tbOt S $7,(S)O,00O. 

OFFICE: 

lOlJThird street. St. Paul. 

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RE AND MAKIJVE 



CUPTIS & ETHERIDGE, 

191 ThirdiSt.. St. Paul. 



Thej aggregate capital of Fire Insurance repre- 
by us amounts to 



sente 



All 



osse^ la the State am settl:d by as as boob 
as prdofs are prepared, 

G cods and Merchandise 



Both 

atten 
ness, 
the 



INSURED WaiLE IN TRANSIT, 

[>n river and lakes. We hope, by prompt 
ion to every branch of the insurance busi- 
to merit tue conndence and patronage ol 
blic. 

Curtis <Sc JKtheridse. 



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Th* 
tutio 
zens 
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Which wa are selling at 



REr>XJCEr> PKICES 



By the caee or dozen. Merchants are urged to 
call and receive the advantages oi a 



WHOLESALE HOUSE. 



'^^m. *T. Smith Sc Oo. 

mch2.3-iy 

I.A1VH BOOHa 

Of every dnsorlptton for BeoordB or Afr 
■oant*. iMde to order In the bett manner, at tht 

"raiss " BurDSBT. 



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.? JOtJ.OOO. 

....:(> 1 73,000. 



$13,600,243.56. 



ItROOKl.Yi\ 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Montague Strert {near Court), 

BKjOOKLYN, NJEAV YORK, 

i ,ad 1-ftl Broiadway, !*cw Y*rk. 



CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 



OJV THK HBC'TITAI. PJLAST. 

per cent, of the profits go to the assured. 

directors of this sound and reliable insti- 

are composed if the most substantial titl- 

>f Brooklyn and New York. Kxtr* ioduce- 

1 are offered by this Company for those 

ig Ufu insurance. 

CaRI.-sriAN Br>UCK, President. 
n\Ri> U. Uakdinu, Secretary. 

RUOIV, Gen. Agent for Minnesota. 

HttlMBISE, Medical F.xamlner. 

Paul, )Iarch 0, laU. mchlO 3m 



I IRE 



AND MARITSTE 

COMPANY. 



INSURANCE 



Bt. Puul, IVXiuncMota. 



DIRECTORS : 

"J. Burbank, Pre.sident 



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ID DAT. 

Nicor..8. 

L. MKRUIAM, 
JOHN S. PRINCE, 
THKf). HORUP, 
UOE 



PETER BRRKEV, 
W. F.DAVIDdON. 
W. P. MURRAY, 
WILLIAM I EE, 
E. F. DRAKE, 



ACE THOMPSON GEO. I.. KARWELL. 
STOCKIIOI.t>KBSi 



Davl 1 Day. 
Joht I.. Merriam, 
K BIskely. 
,1. C Kiirkank, 
r. F Cherritree, 
Krark K. Karwell. 
«-"eoige I,. Far well. 
Will in I ee, 
r. F McQuillan, 
Antl ony Kelley, 
A. U. Wilder. 
n. C. Burbank, 

A. J. Goodrich, 
Morris Lamprey, 

B. B'-aupre, 
H. H.Kellev, 
D. U. M rrlll, 
Thoq. Uorup, 

C. M. Dailey, 
C. D. Strong, 
(ieo. H. Edgerton, 
B. Presley. 

The above Company 



John Nlcols. 
John S. I'rince. 
Iloriac-' Thomp"on, 
J E. Thompson, 
W. B. n.an, 
I'eter Be- key. 
Wm. Hhcd«s, 
Wm. F. Davjdsoa 
P. S. Davidson, 
W. P. Murray. 
J«. L. Mo-8, 
Wm. A. Spencer, 

C. K. Mays, 
J. C. Raguet. 
E. F. Drake, 

D. C. tjreenleaf, 
8. K. Putnam, 
S. R, Champlin, 
Joseph Daily, 
C. W. Carp«nt«r, 
Lorenzo Allis, 
A. H Cathcart. 

is now prepared to issue 



Fire and SJEarine PoJicieN 



AT CORBENT BATES. 



may9-ly 



BMretarj. 



§9XiX0TA&^. 



FIRST JDIVISION 

ST. PAUL & PACIFIC R. R. 

Ob and after HON DAT, NOVEHBi>>R 7th, 
Passenger Trains wil run as follows : 

MORNIKQ. 

Leaves St. Paul .....^xo a. a. 

Leaves St. Anthony ...»:4& .\.ii, 

L'tavesManomin V:1U a. m. 

Leaves Anoka. • V:i^ A, it, 

L.naves Itasca 10:06 .\.m. 

Arrive at Elkliiver 10:25 a.m. 

EVENING. 

Leaves 8t . Paal 1 :30 r, n 

Lieavea St. Anthony tM p. » 

L.oaves Manomin t:49 p. k 

[.•eaves Anoka t:8S p, > 

I..caves Itasca S:4S p. m 

Arrive at Elk River *>:06 r. v 

CK»CM« KA9T. 

MOIiNINa. 

lieavet Elk River 7:49 a.m 

Leaves Itasca 6:00a.m. 

Leaves AnokA il:.t9A.M, 

Licavos Manomin .'......9 :10 a. m. 

Leaves St. Anthony '. V:4S a.m. 

Afiveatiit. Panl 10:26 a.m. 

EVENING. 

Leaves Elk River 3:2Sp.« 

Leaves Itasca 3:45 r. M 

Leaves Anoka 1 .lor, k 

licav OS Manomin • 4:45 r. « 

Lioaves tit. Anthony .....5:16 p. » 

Arrive at St. Paul 6:56 p. *> 

TIt'KETS must be purchased at the Stations, 
or an extra rate wilijH) oolleoted by the Con- 
ductor. 

UAn.Y rRKKCiUT TJRAllf «. 

Going East -.•.■.•..■•>....>..••......... •..a.m. 

Going West p.m. 

_apl8-tf W. ». PB1.A1>». SupH, 

New Route East aud boiith 

VIA 

Rochester and Winona and St. Peter 

A Passenger train leaves Rochester dally at 7: 
;iO A. M , arriving at ^ inona at 5 o'clock, r. M., 
connecting with the 

Minnesota Stage Co.'s Iiine 

for La Crosse. 

Returning, leaves Winona at 5:30 p. m., arriv- 
ing at Rochester at 10 P. M 

I*a«cenKers by this route stop over night at 
Rocbe^tev and make the same time to and from 
it. Psul as by the River Route. « 

For Tickets apply to thu Minnesota Stage 
Oompaoy's OfBoe. 

JOHN NEWEIiL, 

declRtf . ktuptTinkentlnnt. 

t^IRST OIVKIOH BV.JPAt-'li ABU 
' PACIKIC RAILROAD, 
Land Dkp't, Main amp Branch Lihk8, i 
St. Paul, Sept, Ifl, 1864. \ 

NOTICE 
TO I^ETTLEKS Oi\ K.K. LANDS 

Ail p-^rsons claiming land at Government pric c 
who reside in the lownships named below, are 
h-^reby notiUcd that the Company has acijuired 
the fee to the Railroad land^i located in iuld 
Townships, aud they are hereby required to make 
proof of their right to the lands occui>ied by 
them, and make payment tliereior according to 
the laws regulating the !<&me. 

Range, 

Towns SI, Xi, 120 21 

fowns 31 , K, 33, 120 22 

TownsSl, 32. .13, 34, 119, 120 23 

Towns .<tl .32, .13,34,35, 118, 1 1», 120, and Hoo- 

tions 1,5, and 7, of Town 1 17 24 

Sections 1..3. 5, 7,0, 11, 15, 17, of Town 117 2o 

And whole Towns 1 18, 119, 120, 121, 32, 33, 34, 

35 28 

Sections 1, 8, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, of Town 

117 2C 

Sections 1, 11, 13, 23. •», 35, of Down 118....2« 

Sections 1, It, 1,3, 23, 25, 36, of Town 119 26 

Whole Towns 120, 12I, :«, 34, 35 2C 

Sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, of 

Town 117 27 

Whole Towns !20, 121 27 

GEO. L. BROKER, 

■inoiw-tf I JinH «Tommli;sioner. 



SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 



A healthy tonic, gentle stiniulitnt and unequalled 
morning apptt:zer. I're> and in ripeolaBour 
boa. Being now us<-d to thi- I'xcSusion of all 
other Bitters in more th:\u liliy United States 
Army Hospitals, aud millions of privale fami 
liei', and is the only popula'' nu'diuine which has 
bevn «» specially KXKwpTxn rnoM st\mpt*x by 
the I'nitefl t<iates go»emmrnt, "O t'le ground ol 
Its ha» ing teen adoptt-d as a st:indar<l kkmkkt 
by the meolcal profession. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITYERS. 

49*Th<>y are made cf ir.grt-dients well known 
and appro-, ."d by the m»-di<ril praf^^Bion, :f^ hav- 
ing piiwiT'ul Ionic pr(ji>er;ii-», ar«) li%h j:'lat,ible 
and pleasant, with suiDcieitt .••Irnngtiii'iiiiig pro- 
perties to correct the bilious dcmiigemeut of the 
system, and act like a charm w):fu :aken accord- 
ing to direction, as a r'^mi'd) fir the following 
diseases: — Indigestion, l>; "p-'psia. Jaundice, 
Liver Affections, Idol's ••(' .\|<)i< iit<«, Lowness 01 
Spirit, Sallow CumpU>.<vi'jt:. 

SWAIN'S BOURBGN BITTERS. 

FOR 
Headache, Costiveness, and kindred diseases, 
arising from a disordered condition of the Stom- 
ach, Liver, or Bowels. Lot every one try these 
agreeable Hitters ; once tried and used, th»y will 
recommend them with confidence t j all othcrB 
who are in need of a whole.some, af^reeable and 
eOectual tonic. The rapidly Increasing demand 
for these Bitters has induced me to give them 
publicity, so that thousands who Iiave not i.sej 
them, may try them and be oonviuccd of their 
etKcacy. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

4^r i.aUit*s, Who liav*' lii»'(l and louiid iiioKt oth 
cr ".Stomach Bitters'' too bitter, unjalataMe and 
too highly mi-dlcated for their d^liciie taste, 
please pive these, a trial, and you will not be 
without tlu'ni. They will give tone to the stom. 
ach, and strength to the whol" system, t^ U 
yonr druggist or tptdesman h:ir^ not got these 
Bitters, have him send for th^m. 4^ Remem- 
ber the name, and take nootiuT, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 



Tue composiiiou oi ut. bwain's Bitters, 
having b<^rn made pu -nc ti'rousfh the columns 01 
Medical Journals, and having; been auniitcd as a 
standard remedy by the Medical Irolei-sion, are 
by the d(>ci9lonof the Conimiisioner ot Internal 
Revenue, EiKMPT FR<.)M STAMP DUTY. 

DR. C. U. » W A&ar, Proprietor. 

nmr<Ka i "** Broadway, New York. 
umcH.— j 3^ g^m^ Water-bt., Chicago. 

C. A. COOK, General Agent for the West, Office: 
26 Market Street, Chicago. 



SOLD IN ST. PAUL BY 



|eZ1-lTw *. ■itn 



I. U, BICSOS, DICUOOIBT, 



(ctt0lcttm, Oil, ^lampsii, &i. 



JUST KKCKIVliiL)! 

BT EXPRESS, 

» 

TH« MOST PKKFKCT AN DI COM PA (11^ 

lierosene L<antern* 

Ever broojcht to this mat ket. 

l^bolosaJe rii<1 JUeta.ll, 

—A T— 

Crockery Importing Houpo, 

ISO &. 1»1 Oriiircl-Sl. 

MPt-IO 

Bankers and Exciianjie Dealers, 

GOODRICH BLt>CK, THIRD ST„ 

SAINT PAUL. MINN' 
£:«ita.t>1i8ti<f<1 in ISSl. 

Collections payable In the City made free ol 
cost and throughout the State free of charge be- 
yond actual espensoB incurred. Kemittann^ 
made the diy after collection at the lowest rn.i'.' 
of Kxchange. 

Orders for Land Warrants, State Warniuts, 
United States Bonds, County and City Bonds' 
promptly executed at the lowest rales. City, 
County and State Taxe.< paid. State and Uniteo 
States Coupons paid at our Connter, 

• Rererenoes : 

Doilner, Potter tt Co., 

New York. 
Kissam & Co.,N. T. 
Roche Bros, k Coffey, 

New York. 
Drexel & Co, Philadel- 
phia. 
Rxohange Bank.Bost'n 
Spencer. Vila & Co., 

Boston. 
Brown, Shipley k Co., 
Liverpool. 



Johnston Bro«. & Co., 
l<altimore, 

Rutter, KndlcotttCo,, 
Chicago. 

Bank of Galena.Galena, 

Allen, Copp& Nesbitt, 
St. Louts. 

State Savings Associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Fran I Hch. Sohluter ft 
Sohn, Hamburg. 

A. Marcuard & Co. 
Paris. 

febl«-l7 



Si^J^siittt f aul ^m. 

PUBM&llStvpinLT,TU-^4UIKI.T Mfl0^nW$iP'T^ 

Of&oe— ^^djoinins tbe Sridse* 



ThA following persons are antborued to aot lu 
Agents for the Pkkss: 

P. McAbe, Minneapolis. 

W. W. Waies, St. Anthony. 

W. C. Williams, Monticeiij. 

J. M. Rospnberger, St. Cloud. 

Joshua Smith, Hudson, Wisconsin* 

T. S.Sejmour, Hudson, Wisconsin. 

U. U . tiiomas Alton. . ' 

W. W. Morga, lakeland. »^ 

A.'B. K.aston, Stillwater. 

H. Riedcll, Faribault. 

M. Jenkins, Jr., Northfiel 

D. 11. Frost, Northfleld. 

W. H. Wadsworth, Owatonna. 

1.. L. Twichell & Co., Hastings. 

J. H. MoKee, Prescott, Wisoons 

Dr. A. U.Jones, Red Wing. 

W. J. Arnold, Wabashaw. 

T. J. DuOy, Shakopee. 

D L. How 

J. K. Moore, St. Peter. 

C. U. Slocum, Mankato. 

S. Eaton, Albert I>ea. 

Say & William.i. Garden City. 

J. U. Welch, Winnebago City. 

C. J. Shortt, Austin. 

U. W. .Mone, Belle Plaine. 

J. K. Albaugh, Cannon City. 

J. Goward, Freeborn, 

C. D. Adams, Morristown. 

C. U. Mclntyro, Red Wing, 

J.U. Allen, Princetou, "mr •> 

K.d. Bailey, Stanton. Jd »' 

A. McHecch, Henderson. 

Uill, Dustln ft Co, Bine Earth City. 



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18 6 5. 



'TO'B WOULD RK8PBCTFULLY 

onll tlM attention of onr old onstomers, and tb« 
pibUo ganeraUy to the following advertlseoient, 
comprising aome of the leading artlolei, wtUoh, 
(with InoreMedfaalilties,) we otter to the trade: 
bbla. Keotlfled WhHky. 



Payne. 

From the Louisville Democrat. 

Recent developments seem to identify 
the attempted assassin of Secretary Sew- 
ard as one ot tffc family of Paynes who 
formerly resided in Union coi^nty in this 
State. 

This family has made itself infamously 
notorious by many acts of vilUinv and 
yiulence. 'i'Le father and six sons were 
uU interested in the coal mine at Union- 
town, at the commencement of the war. 
Tht^y ail bet^ame intense rebels at once. 
They signalized their devotion to South- 
ern prin< iples by repudiating their debts, 
on tiic plea that no money should leave 
Soutlivrn soil to aid the Yankees in the 
work of subjugation. Two of the sons 
refrained from engaging in the more in- 
famous projects of the rest, and they re- 
mainrd quietly at home. One of the 
others a^jsassinated a Federal recruit, 
who stood unariue I on the guards of a 
otiaiuboat which touched at the wharf- 
boat at Uniontown. This occurred 
shortly afltr the war commenced. No 
attempt was made to arrei>t the murderer. 
He remained in the co inty for some time 
afterward, and at length went South to 
enter the Confederate army. 

Another (Asbiey Payne) killed a hotel 
keeper in flopkinsville, named Brown. 
It ia raid he was afterward hanged near 
Vicksburg, by the Confederates, for mur- 
der, robbery and coi'nterfeiting. 

The father and several of the sons, in 
conjunction with a notorious character 
named l)c Sommerez Brock (u son-in- 
law of .John N. Waring), and another 
named Clark from Kew York, engaged 
in an i-xtensive scheme of counterfeiting 
They i^8tled millions of dollars of bogus 
confederate money. One of tb« parties 
followed ihe wake of the Southern army 
.and plied the brokers' business with g.'eat 
siuccess. They changed hundreds of 
thousands ot dollars of the trash, it is 
siid, for Tennessee and Kentucky money 
and gold. Their discounts were ex- 
tremely lilxTal and this brought them a 
driving trade. George Payne, the father, 
(orwanltd heavy sums of gold to be de- 
posited in ikt; banks of Louiaville. To 
^<ave himself from legal process for the 
recovery of debt, he had previously pre- 
tended to have been robbed of a large 
amount of money on the road between 
Henderson and ivJorgantield. 

The sympathy thus excited gave him 
time to perfect his nefarious schemes. 
He made over his lands, negroes and 
sto^k to a relative in Henderson. The 
lethality of the transfer is now being test- 
ed in the courts. 

in the meantime his counterfeit money 
had been detected, but not before an im- 
mense amount Lad been circulated all 
over the South. 

He came fo Louisville to get his gold, 
but it was enjoined by order of the U. S. 
Alarsl^l. Alter some trouble he suc- 
ceeded in getting it by the hardest kind of 
swearing. Among the statements made 
under oath, he gave one to the effect 
that he was com| died to flee from Union 
rountv on account of his Union senti- 
intnts 1 Payne, Clarke, VV^heeler, Brpck 
and others of the party got off to Canada 
with most of their ill-gotten gains. 

Several members of the family were 
expatriated by order of Gen. Sherman — 
among them, the identical one who is now 
in Washington chargt d with complicity 
in the plot of assassination. 

One of the Paynes, supposed to be the 
same, was seen in New York, at the St. 
Nicholas Hotel, at the time of the incen- 
diary attempts. 

A gentkinan from Kentucky was sum- 
moned by Gen. Dix to give information 
eoneeming him. On learning that he was 
in the United States, in violation ol Sher- 
man's order, the General issued an order 
for his arrest; but the bird had flown, he 
couldn't be found. 

It seems to be generally understood 
that this George Payne, jr.. Is the man 
now being tried in Washington. 

We do not know who has identified 
him, but we are aware that Gen. Dix bad 
his attention called some time ago to the 
propriety of ascertaining whether the St. 
Nicbolas gentleman and the assassin were 
not one and the same person. 

» • ♦ ■ » • 

Diabolism. 

T!i'> f>!lo-ving, written in the German 
i.iii ii.i^' . v.-js posted on a liberty- pole 
in Sank City, Wisconsin, on the night 
after thn assassination of the Picsident. 
I'he author'.* Ife will not be worth a 
pinch ot siiulT if he is ever identified : 

"LATEST NEWS FROM WA.SlIINT(tON. 

"Citizens ot Sauk ('ity — Joy and hap- 
piness for you ! so long expected, and 
> et happened. Time brings roses. This 
God damned land- miner and man-killer I 
he ou.ht to have been shot on bis birth- 
bed. II he had been dead four years ago, 
he would have deserved the first ^eat in 
hell. If only all tho.^^e who pity Lim and 
1)13 helpers would be taken bv the devil 
in one night ! The devil take bis succes- 
sor and all in authority before there be 
rest. Very nice ccngratnlation for the 
blark !i,'»n ! How are you. Madam Lin- 
col' ;' l.i.icoln is dead, and Seward. It 
IS 'Kme indeed." 



!•• bbU. Old Bye and Bonrbon Whliky. 

lO bbla. Holland Gin. 

S«» hbU. Nentral Spirits. 

lO pipes and eighths do. Cognlao Brandy,) 

S9 H pipes Cherry, Madeira and Port Wiaa, 

H0 baskets Champagne, 

•• oases Clarot and Santeme Win*. 

•09 M oholoe bninde Cigars, 

••• oases Cove Oysters, 

»0 oases 1« and J|»'Sardine«. 

to packages Pranes. 

!• bbls. Zante Currants, 

•• hogsheads Brown tingara 

•»• bbls. Keflnod Ungsr. 

•99 paotages Molasses and Uyrapsj 

•ft bags Pepper and Sploe. 

«»• boxes Qoverament do., assortwl, 

*OOHG. O.Capo, 

tO«0 scoks Salt. 

UOOOIbs.Bar L«a4. 

too boxes Babbitt's and Dn L tod's 

lOOO kegs of KaUs and Spike*'. 

* boxes aseori^id Window Ul»»aJ 

•ft oases Flasks, 

ftOO ooUa ManUIs Kop4', 

too doaen Bed Oordi. 

SA pairs assorted Blcckt, 



./111 I TO ?«.w 
.1 



M> bales Oaknm. 

lO barrels Pit*. 

lOOO packages Wagon Hftt, 

lOO barrels Carb^ u Oil. 

ftOO dosen Paint«d Pails and Tn^«. 
lOO barrels Dried Fruits, aesorted, 

aftO paobtges assorted Teas, 

«» saoks lUo Coffee. 

too barrels Groasd Coffee. 

•O sacks Old Governmenl Java Coffee. 

SOOpaoaaget, assorted brands. Ping Tot toco. 

900 barrels Fine Cat Smoking Tobae 

■ftO kegs Gold i.oal Tobaojo, 

«>• boxes Soap. B»*'-- ' 

•OO ooxes assorted Candles, 

" B A. M I* LJBJS" 

Of the above artloles our friends will always 

And as ready and willing to 

shew them, 

J. C. ft H. C. BUBB ANK ft Co. 

Comer o( JOower Levee and Sibley et.'-eet, 



COOLEY, CABVER & GO., 

WritOLESALE GROCERS 

IMPORTERS AND DEALiiTRS IN 

FOREIGN JlJSD DOMESTIC LIQiroRS, WTNIES 

CIGARS, &0., &C. 

Ja^clzson street, bet'ween ILie-vets cuctd. nTfaiirdU 

rVo. ISO THIM> HTJaEE2T, feiT. PAXIL, 

AO^ENT FOR 
Onpont's Celebrated Grun po\vder. 

Blasting, Rifle, Diamond Grain, and Diick «S porting, 

20* KEOS K[OLX.AISrr) HERRINQ, 

2S Bl>ls. Cider, 

Hungarian, Timothy, and Closer Seed, 
40 SACii.t Lt% .Eitroot. «jaoi;j«o liJkijT. 

Oranges, Lemons, Eancy I^riines, Eigs, 

AMES' SUGAR-CURED HAMS; DRIED BEKF. 



«» Barrels New Dried Apples, "York bUte" 
and Oh'o Krowth. 

li KoxPH W. K. Cbpe^e. 

<0 Hall Boxes M. U. Raisins, New. 

*0 Boxes Ijiyers, New. 

A lar^c lot ol Mew (iarden Seeds. 
400 Boxes Kanoy Cnndy. 
!e4SO Boxes New <'auu<^d Fruits. 

li Kifgs £iew Prunes. 



'ti Bales best Navr Oaknm. 
Xi Barrels Mew Hominy. 
'ii Kegs New Pea -I Barley, 
i Barrels New .S plit Peas. 
Ut Mushnls small rt'hite Army Beans. 
.30 Ualf-barrel^ M bite tieh. new. 
SOBairelsaud half-barrels Mackerel. 
30 do do du llcning. 



./knd every article usually kept by a G-rooer. 

B. rjRESLEY, ISO 'Xhird St., St. I>a,iil. 

mohi^m 



IS^imlhm^m. 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 



FAST FREIGHT LINE! 



We wonid affain call the attention of M«r- 
ohants to the inducements olTered by this weU> 
known Company for the 

Transportation of freight 

IF JR.OIVE 

NEW YORK & BOSTON 

j XO ITHS: WEST- 

Bnnning Their Own Cars 

orer the entire route, and 

Hi¥lN6 THEIR OWN iGENTS 

▲t all points of trans-shipment; they are enabled 

To Make Better 'Z'ime 

I than any competing route. 

While their Rates are Always as Low 



AS AST 



ALL-RAIL LIISTE 



OAH OFFEB. 



It is am(sfaik«n fdea tliat t).ij Company I<an 
'• Kxpreis " Company, charging " Efpreu " 
rates. By a comparison of their print'd UriifB, 
ttwill be seen that their rates are tfu same as iho 
regular Bail Koadci. 



CUTTEK,-SECOMBE & CO., 
WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSI 

In tills otty. In ounueution with their 

JPAI^iCJR 1ML1L.L, IIV ST. -AJNTrMOWTY* 

. And desire to eali the attention of buyers to tbair 

Immerjuse Htocfa: ol' 

(ilirri'>K, NOTK AMD CAP PAPKE, Jfii. V£LOPi!iS, BOOK AND I'BWS PRINT, Fl^T ASt 
AM. if mptj OJT WRAPPING PAPKRH, PRINTERS' AKDWUniSQ INSBK 
I 4 i K G 'i ^^^ VLaiDS, L KNS, PENCILS, &o., &0 

' "" ' ' Agents for 

6REENLEAF & TAYLOR'S M ANUFACTlirtlN« COMPANY 

I 

We will sell as low as Eastern Jobbers with Freight added 

THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR 

PAFEB RAGS, ROPE, OUNHHES & OLD NEWSPAPERS. 

oo«l-tf Omo« ITo.USO Xk&lrd-et.. St. Paul. Mia. 



Will find it the b«»st route by wh!rh to f h p their 

FIRST A8KC0ND CLASS (OOD.i, '.ivlng 

both time and wastrg' ari^i g l:om 

improper handJiug, iia aniioyanoe 

which is no small ttein to 

business men. 

. All over-charges and claims if tv*ry kind ire 

lettled on presentation at our office, ILus tt iajt 

Merchants the trouble and dolay of a rcfer»".i<-e 

to Eastern Agents, who aro proverb!.:lly dllat«- 

ry, if they even respond at all I 



IkTERCHAlVTS 

Will io w«l! to eiU at eithpr of onr Kssterm'5ft> 
*cs before making oontr&cu elsevrhcre. 

K. ■W. SWl-IiAR, Swp't, 
Bcffalo, N. Y. 

A. U. K.KVI.1FOSTOi«, Agent, 

IJi Varrr.y t^t„^^V. 

«. e. KIXiDKn, AgefU 

"9 Wiishl-ijrtoa Street, 
\ BvSion, Maes. 



J.C.&H.C. BURBANK & CO. 

AcEXTS.SAiirT Paul, BUnn. 
mchiO-.~m 



■??a«r 



■'-^ i«;0 



., t*^ 



my21-tt 



St. Faal, Minnesota. 



186«. 



186«5. 



I860. 



'Wlutor .^VrjrcuuLS^emeuH. 

illKNKaOTA STAOR C<»IVfFA>fY. 

v.; ■ • ^j 1- . 1 • . 

PASSUNOBR LINK. 

'i-c'-' .tt'.- . "A I 

T!i% roads sre w«:i stoe^od with flrst clas« 

ifir.^eB.Coco.5rd Co.fiohe-', vrlfU carrfa! and . xfc 

cieneed drivers, all under the oontrol of ocmpei 

(nntaxents. 

fcuBnui.KUF uKrABTtKsa ruuM eAXXT TAubl 



lor llarjtings. Rod Vring, Lake City, R<»ed'e 

LaCrc'?se 
at OH o'clock A. M 



Wabashaw, Minnctska, Winona, and 



For t<UUwster— Daily, at • a, m. 

For Shakopoo, Joioan, St. Lawrence, Belle 
Plain, IIendf»rson, L? .Su'iur, Ottawa, Traverse d« 
Sioux, ht. Peter and Uanka'.v— Daily at 4 o'olock 

A.M. 

For Roeomonnt, Castle .«.n!x ■••rthfleld, Can 
min City, I'arlbnnit, MeilJjrti VaUu^^ti Falls and 
Owatonna, connectinji ts\, i.rwM'..ap.iv, lyr Wilton 
8t. Mary's, Wiunebajro Af.;tii.:v &u.l Slutikato: 
Also tur Rice La'ice. OI.tf".;iui.i.t •■Vfwiois, ».!an'' 
torTUle,Roohester,Ct&it:oid.and WiaOOft— I>aiiy 
at 4 A.M. 

For Indnstriani, Anoka, Orono, Orlando 
Montiofllo, Clnannitor, St. Aui^asta ana St. 
Clond— Uaily.at 7 .v.K. 

For Sauk ttapi^a.Uolie Pf alrla. Fort Slf ley and 
Crow Wine— Mond£va, Wednesdays and Vt\- 
days at 7 o'alook A, 91 

For Uiohmond, aaok nCeivt?^, Alexandria. 
Chippewa. Pomme de 'ierrt- Bi-wuri uld/*'; l'cr< 
Abercrombie, Mondays an^' "•'••r "-./■'a* 7 
o'olocA .\. 9f. 

For LitUe Canada, Columbas, Sunrise City- 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 o'olock 

A. M. 

Forlnrther particulars InuuL-oat the t}-jaeral 
oaioe on Third Strent. 

J. O. BUBIJAKK & CO. 
ap>l-dl7 Proprietors, 



THE GALENIC INSIITUTE. 




vAnd !M!in.nesota> 

BSTABUSHED 



Hospital. 

FOR TEH 



1850, FOR TEH TREATMEMT OF 

niSRASKS OP TUf URJ'^AIIY AND SKXCAL SYSTKUS, ASD TX- 
CORPOJIATED IfY THE LEniShATUIlE IS 1861. OFFICE /A COK- 
CEJiT HALL BLOCK— near the Pogt Ojficx. 

n:i. WILf.I/iMs.ihp Consulting .Siirjrpon ol" the above Institution, has 
ja*t publislipd a Maciual of XPxual Diseases, alar^> book of S60 pages, and over 
loOt'iiRTnvirgs. It is 111" onlv book cvpr pubiishnt which /jives a tmrhful de- 
I'cription of .>-p«"rmatorrhea, Venpn-al Diseases, F ma'e Complaints, and all dis- 
eases of till- urinary »nd reproduiiive or^ns of men and women of'wliHtevernii- 
ture, includirK th« solitarv hab ts of both sexes and tlieir deplorable conse- 
quencn" on the mind and body, iinj-ot'-nce, loss ol i)ow>-r,andthe secret inflrmi- 
ties of youtu and manhor>d, tlin pbysiolofry of raarilage, »c., with new and suc- 
cessful method- of tn-atinent fbr all the above ca>es. Mailed in a plain sealed 

wrapper for one dollar. 

•J- J)-scriptlve Circulars co'taiqing valuablt: iuformalion to the afllict«d who wish to avoid 

quackery, mailed in a seated envelop on receipt of 10 ceiitH. Al.'<o a pamphlet for ladies, price 5 oents. 

All communications confidential, a' d will r<»acli the consiiltinj; surgeoi by aiidressins 

THE OAI.EIVK' liVM-s frVVie, .sa<nt Paul, .vrinnesota. 



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OB THE CABS 



OsrUmolbnsses will run to and from the prin 
oipal Hotels and lloats in oonueotion with lbs 
trains of the 

ST. PAtTL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD, 

Pas9en/?«rs and bajfRag"? will be called for lo 
ic- wer to orlers left at the Amnrioan, Intern*' 
Uonal and Merchants, or at our office. 

iyl J. C. BURBANK* OO. 



BUY YOUXt XllXJJNMW 



FROM THE M/.NDFACTUKER, AND 



Save Freight & Store Profits 1 



C. P» R O ^ L 



USB OPRHKa A 



DOCTOR BIGELOW. 

# Office 179 South Clark Street, # 

Corner of Munroe, CJSXCwAOO^ 
rest Offloe Box. IM. 



All Chronic and Sexu- 
al Disbases uf a Private 
and Delicate Nature, 
.treated with unparal- 
leled success. Dr.Dige- 
low's Guide to Health, 
fur ladies and gentle- 
men, is published 
monthly. Send for it if 
you think the writings 
of a physician whose 
reputation extends 
throughout the entir* 



West should be worth 
reading. It is sent in 
plain sealed envelopes, 
free of charge. Almost 
every case can be treat- 
ed by mail. Hedirinea 
sent to any address. 
La<lie«, send for dpscrip- 
tive Circular of 7k»»arie 
Rrmede, the latent and 
l>e8t preventative of 
conception known. 



Roomi Separate for Ladles and GentiemM. 

COHaVIiTATIOH AT omOB. FSBX. 

Orrica novBS;— FromftA. M.to'Sr. M, m 

Bpermatorrhopa or Nervous Debility, a cnra 
warranted. 



Gf o-vcir Sc Baker's 

CKL.'KB1-.VTKI> HtaRKST PREMIUM 

SEWINQ MACHINES 



THERB ARF, MU^RB OF THEM IN USE 

TUAK ANY OTHER MACUIN£ 
IN TUR WORLD! 



They will Stitch, Seam, Hem. Fell, Tuck, 
Braid, Bind, Cord, and QtiUt, and are 

The Only ^lacliiiie 

THAT WILI. 

Embroidei* Beautifully* 

Call and see them, at 

20O, Qreenleaf's Block, 

THIBD 8TREBT, ST. PAUL. 



A.1L.IU KINDS Ol''* 

MAOHINE WORK 

done, ond satisfaction warranted. 

Silk Thread. Coil, &c.. 



TRUNK MANUFACTORY I 



AirO 18 AI«0 MAKII>«4 TO ORDKB 

■ o< •*:»■ 

e * - 

Bu^y, Carriage & Team Harness. 

A lATKe variety always on hand. Also 

Valises aud TrareHni; Bags \ 

.A.X«H o 

MLITARY SADDLERY! 

ag-h:nt yoR 

Henry and Ballard Rifles 
and Cartridges. 

MM- REPAIRING of all kin.*8 on TRUNKS, 
HAKNKSS, AC, neatly ond pronntly done. 

Having commenced manufacturlntr all my own 
work. I would respect fully Folicil a i^liare of onb- 
lie patronage. My material is bouuht direct from 
the first hands, and in?de up by good workmen 
under my own management, and hence I an' 
prepared to work low aud make the best of work. 
I have aUo ooostantly on hand 

A\^H I I^S, 
WHOLESALE & KETAIL, 

and a lar((e assortment of 

SiKldlery Harjl-wa-re 

4^ Remember, 

UNION BLOCK, Cor. TUIKD & ROBERT Ste 
ian2e-ly 



"GREENBACKS ARE GOOD," 

lUJT KOUACK'SARE IIETTER. 



STOMACH BITTERS. 

Ten thousand bottle* 
told In one month. The 
meat popular Btomach 
Bitters In Bse. 

ROBACira BrTTERS. 

Good for all derange- 
ment of the Stomach, 
Biliousness, Liver Com 
plaint, and General De- 
bility, 

ROBACK'S BITTERB. 

They possess wonder- 
ful tonic properties, giv 
log tone to the appetite 
and digestive organs. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Debilitated!Ladies. and 
sedentary persons will 
nd in them an excellent 
tonic. 



., UUii AC K'S BITTERS. 

A wlneglassfhl be ore each meal will remove 
indige«ti^n and all liver diseases. 

RU BACK'S BI'lTERS. 

They are bette^ thai i all Pills, Powders, and other 

nauseous, di lagreeable compounds. 

ROBA( K'S BITTKRS. 

They can be taken 'vUbout regard to diet. As an 

appetiser they liave no equal, 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 
They are prepared bv an old and skillful physi- 
cian from well-l nbwn vegetable remediee, 
ROBAtK'b BITTERS. 
WTierever known .hey have become a standard 
family strengthening remedy. 
RUBACK^S BlTThRd. 
Try and youone bcttle, will alwayo use them and 
recommi^nd them to ofnera. 
ROBitCK'S BITTERS. 
G. W. ROBACK, Compounder of Stomaoh 
Bit'ers, Blood Puritter, and Blood Pills, and Dis- 
tiller and Manufacturer of Catawba and .Swedish 
Brandies, and all kinds of the finest domestic 
liquors, which are sold wholesale or in any de- 
sired quantity; at Nos. 5«, 5«. 60 and 62 F*st 
TWrd-st., CinoinniU, Ohio. For sale by Drug- 
Rists and Dt-alers i i Medicine everywhere. 

inch22.1y 




TUtt OKliAT 

INDIAN MED8CSNE 






A. CARU XO 1WAX.IIM. 



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3C 8 T A T K, 

— A»l> — 

G( 0xxerckl ComxniHslon A4Kent«. 

Offloe : Third Street, Bridge Block. 



0«S>.lT 



For Sale. 

8. E. OEK, 
Oen'l A«natf»r aiioneaota. 



/*^HIOAC10 BRBfrKJ 






i«Mii< i)aK.M> 



LBKACH * CO 
• .Manufacturers ,of superior 

»OA.T»^ATVT> OANI>IL.E8, 

Eagle street, near Upper I^avee. 
HfGHKST MARKET PRICE PAID FOB 

Liard. Xallo-^ir and Grease 



L.BBACB. DanMydAwj ' A, if . rxASBOV 



BREWERS OF) 

!. •« in ' '■■■ 

Cpoan?^ I»o.lo Ale, 

^'^A.G-HJR SIfiKR. 

PORTF^ft AND BROWN STQDT. 

VORBALSBT 

iMrilllam Coiutans, 



CHAa. T. WHITWKT, 

Notary I'ublic. 
sa«-l 



I ISAAC A. BASKKR, 

I Surveyor h, V.XktSnfwx 



TVLITSTNKSOTA 

HEALTH INSTITUTION, 
At St^Uioiir Falls Minn. 

•ftU^pWdMly located house, late the Chevver 

Vouse.T* tew onen by thn Minnesota Health 

t AafiiciaCion for.t^o reception of guests itnAin- 

""-Z. * GLASS, M. D., 
MUa.Mt AUGUSTA FAIRCUII.D, M. D., 

Vhyticiant. 

B. W. PLDHMBR, of Maine, President. 

K. M. S, PEASE, Secretary and Superinientl't, 



IKOHARR * SHVIRK. Kalldvra.— 
i Shop in old Baptist Church Building on Fifth 
sti eet, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter 
MVijrk done to order 



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Bfl^n^RK, A rckf *«>««.— Office In the 
same baildinr as Leonard fc Shelre's Car- 
I Iter Shop, on Filth street, near Jaokson. De- 
is, Plans and speoifloationsfor tmlldincs of ev- 
dea«lpUOB, pr«ptred on siwrt BOtto*. deofirl 



A Clergyman, wl 
as a miiisionary, 
remedy for the car 
Decay, Diseases oi 
gans, and the wl 
on bv tmnetul and 
have been alreadj 
Prompted by a A''^ 
unfortunate, I will 
and using this met 
inv one who need 

Address 



mchi4-ly 



lilc residing in South America 
llecovered a safe ana simple 
J of Neivous Weakness, Fjtfly 
the Urinary and SimiinalOr 
ole train ol disrird. rs brou(?ht 
rlcious habits. Great numt'ers 
cured by this noble remedy. 
Ire to beneilt the afflicted snd 
send the receipt for preparinfl 
licine, in a se led envelope, lo 
) It, FKEK OK CHARf K. 

JO.SEPH T. INMAN, 
iStation D, Bible House, 
New YoraClty. 



ROOTS, BABES AN33 LKAVBrj 

An onhlllng cure fn 8p'rrtiat<rrrho<t,.,'i-t.tir,ai 
Wtakri'tt, /f'tctumal S-THftvH^s, und all iH»^»aret 
causvd by Jy^i/./^Wu/ion, tucb as la-at t^f J.V.n<*>, 
Cniifttal l/utitud/e, Paini in thr Unrf, Pimn-n vf 
Vitum, l\fmatur» Old Ay, Wttt.^- S-re't, l>r':K.-iulf/ 
of Brtatfting, I'rcml-ling, Wiik'fuh:'^.', Er'j!-t.-r.t 
<m the Filer., I'Ole Onmltnanct, Ins-init'j, '^m>ittnf.- 
(ion, and all tbe direful i-oiapUiuW Asaneii tiy :de- 
partlni; rr>jm th« path of naiurv. .' 

pt^ This mrdidoe Is a slaiple vcgrtshls ektru^. 
aoJ one on which all can rely, as ll '.inn Wca i:s«l 
in oar practice for mariT 7*'<ira, and wlih-thoutatidt 
treated, ll has not fiiUed In a iitnfl-.- tu<tsif>ce. lu 
saratlvc powers liava )>rvn aaO'^WaV to pdn vie- < 
tory over the most •tut>tK>ro case. 

^Ki To those wto hnve tri/l'ii wi'h riyrr <>oB.<rt- 
fottrti." until* th<-y think tb«in»-lfe» t>.-yon'l tte 
re«ch uf meiilc&l aid. w« waojd *»/, i>K.-p*iH N< r I 
thcCUEROKKK OLRK wUl restore you •.»> h-aUt 
and vl|i;r.r, and MWr all qua;k dortors i.tv failed I 

tSF" Price Two IVuilart p»T Ij'j'tle, O' »} r-e Inrt- 
lies for Five Dollars, nud forwanl'd by 1 xprtit te 
tJI parts of the world. * 

^gy Pajupbie!, seut liy cin'l fne of po-'»Ke, by 

DR. W. R. MERWIN & CO., 

63 Liberty at., .New York, Bole fru^-iVtora. 

6LAI) NEWS FOS tIiH C.M'liRTCN.\T!!. 

Tbe im songtit for Discofcreil at Lasl 

Owes in/roin om 



CAtlKIA(;i:!i & LIGHT WIGOKS. 



We have lor 

BUG 

Open, Ti 
EXPIRE 

Also, liKht one ho 

»»- Terms low, 
stantly inanu'acti 
have every facli 
"lock; and respect 

N. H— RKPAIRI 
ntt.'nded topr 
##- Factory on 1 
upj-i-d:{m 

The subscriber 
«TaBLK at the i 
Gruber (the Farm 
ON FOURTH SI 



Ptarohase 

Parties deririni 
Horses are respe« 
Sales Stable. 

(•Mfrte* 



iale a good assortment of j 

G I E S , 

>p acd Sid* Spriog, 

»» 'WA.GOISS, 

■-e LUMBER WAGONS, with 
half springs. 

for c<f.«ft only. We are con- 
fing F1K.ST-CLAS8 WORK; 
ly; use the best of taitern 
lolly atk a share o: patronage. 

SQ IN ALL ITS BKANCUFS 
>mptly,at reasonable rates, 
tobert street, St Paul, Minn. 
JUIMBV * HALLOWELL. 

prepces to keep a SALES 
land recently occupied by Gto. 
>r'8 Home,) 
,, NEAR ST. ANTHONY ST., 

FOB TUB 

Qd Sale of Hor»e». 

to purchase, sell or exehmnM 

tfUly requested to call at Um 



^8.KAmi. 



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ACIAEXBBB 

Bo«a4ai tta t)Mt3MBB«F at ib« 



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to three dayn. 

CHEROKEE REMEDY 

CHEROKEE 'TnJECTIOnV 

Oomp6anded &om Soots, Barks i^ni Le&Toi 

CUEROKKE RKMEDV, the g^cal lullhu Diuretic 
cures all diseases of tte frlnvv Orrans, •.-•.'.h h> 
Incontinence of the Crtfw, lujlii-n: .ititm <■/ I'le 
lilatiiUr, Jnltimm-i'tfrt vf tKt a './■./•, •, .< ••v >« thr 
HUiiltlrr, Strictro-f, t-lravtt, e-m^rf^-'. ff/e..-, ufA 
".9 especially T'nomiutliil'M la lli>«e et*?* of t'l tr 
AUmr, (or WMle» In f.-iL%;e<,". w".er« all the ori 
iiaus'ooa raedirlne* have falle<i. 

{y ll li pr pare-l la • htifhly crafitraied 
firm, the d^se only N-ln; frcm one to two teuspoon- ' 
fuls three tiBies per day f. , ^ 

^^- It li fii-iir-ii- tod'ilUr-t'i:^ In iu Ji(^;!i-o: 
purifying and cl.'sn.^ln? the h'ood, muf!-': It I , i!ow' 
(ii ail of lu orljrloal |>ur1iy acd vlnor ; thi. buox^-t 
liij; from the fyBtrni »U peruliiius c.Vo -.-a K.'iich 
have Itiiiic'd disease. 

CilKUOKfcK INJKCTIO^V !.«1»Mi.(le4 
atan a!!y or asilstaot 10 the n»«*r'>:.. ii:- 

edv« aud sheald he used In erniji -i^' « ■< it 
me^Ucioe Iti all canei of (iU-ei, " t. 

A'.bu.", ar WhU.'S. Ha eff^cla s:- 
and Jemulrent; removirijt all *•• . 1' 

(•ain, iQitead of the tiurLlnf Vid ainiw« uui;o<iura.>.f; 
faio thHt li experienced »Uh n. nrly »H tVa cheap 
quacic Inji-etk.Di. 

t*^ Itr th.' D«r of the CREKOKKK MIMCaT, 
and CHKROKBB ISJKCTlOX-t^" iwo V.e.l,e!t :i 
aitbe same Ume a.. lnipro|»«r <«>•<.• Il»r|i««>r^_" 
removed, and the wes».n.-1 ofj^ai..* ai.- »pei;i'i» rea- 
tored to full vl^or a-jd «trerifrtb. 

jy Price, t"heroU«'e Uetuody, ti per 
S).)!!!"-, or three botll.s fur t'>. 

t^C^ Priee, ('ticrohe« InJertloB, .^* p«T 
bville, or ihree »>oUlci tor 15. 

Beat by Ez|-reH toaay address ob r^-celpt of price. 

ry The Cheroke* K**me^y, VberO' 

he*- liijectloii anl «'lier«ike:> rur< . ar* 

•old by ail enterprlsljiK Dru,:ni»"t lu tht Hvl'fd 
world. Some uiiprlndplnd d.:aler», h lu-i-. ,;r, try Vj 
•ell wcrtWesa eompouodi la I'la-t; r-f rh-v : Vu^'o 
w^.ichl^l<;y call purchase ai a t-k-»j' I'll- - '- ' '*•' 
.iioie mottcj I'y »e'<H;j|t, ttmi t; . . ■■•i:. > 
'.rinei. As yju value yt-ur h-.-^Hh, i- h 

of yoar fiilare offspring, do noi r-- •• ;» 

anurlncli'led l«.-2.-ir:<n. 'ul- /•- "« 

•Ai,.'iy>-*l>rr». tfXrte Driitralsls •■ • ... ' -o 

fi.r .vov, endow- tSie mjOey in H l..t»rr, k-i » »« will 
^TD'i th.-iE 1.3 yoo by Kxfr.ss, *.< ur. ;.. ^ ilrd aud 
packed free from chteeTatlon. 

Uulieivr tl..oilcji,ea ow-i *d Ireea p« lo perMt" 
-..rt '••.".<;•, !<-.aJiif f'i''y »^1 v^-alv '-.v. ;r .r.'-».-p» 
»nd •yn.(itom», as we tri-a* all Jueastrs urn rl«Mi« 
j.-.'^f'- In uir!- or f. lu-^'- Pa'l-iitH a- cu u •,. :..-.«its.ie 
^.^•a•a»« of their ln«umv to vl^'. c, hs w.'hk*- 
treated pailents #tu-c«»»tally In w i porliont w' tb- ojv- 
lUtel irl'i»>e, (y corrc'i'Oii.t-ii"-. 

Pxl'...ii«e Rddre^olo? u* ".^'il T'"»* state rl»^y 
M the lymi.Vi.an of th.-Jriuniplal iti, "ft writ.- }' a'- 
j-E^-v, County, Sine ai,d !>«+••• of wittcr,.|.'..i.!,, »iid 
'.iiclnse postage stamp for T.-ply. 

ir« lend 'iwrlia n-igr A/nip'rM/'-r ♦» rnj •«- 
Iresi. AdJrrM all leiUra for l'kiopXl.tisora»»lfle U 
the pro»rtet')r«, -.—. 

dr. W. R. MERWIW A CO., 

. — Ho. 88 liibciiy rii-ret. New \ > r k. 

■O^TAmD H> VlCtCS, I>nwir«a*« 
Sole Wholesale ard Retail Ajfrnt.tor .•<aint Paal 
touhomall orders must Le addresood. 
Jyl3-lyd*w w f & Bu n 

Obest style, at the "PBBKS*' Job Pri»tin« 



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THE SAINT PAUL PRESS SUNDi lY, MAY 21, 1866. 



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Important Noticb.— We take plea- 
sure in informing the public that wc have se- 
cured the services of Mr. George H. Colgmve, 
Jr., as foreman of our Bindery. Mr. Colgravc, 
by means of his connection with the Piotuer 
office, where he has been employed for serer- 
al years past, is well and favorably known 
throughout the city and State as an unusually 
competent and artistic mechanic. Under this 
new arrangement we are prepared now, bet 
ter than ever before, to make all kinds of 
Blank Books required by Merchants, Steiim- 
boatmen. County OiTlcers, &c., cheaply and 
promptly in unsurpassed style. Every kind 
of ruling done, and periodicals bound prompt- 
ly to order. PRESS PRINTING CO. 



CorsTY Offickk* will please take no- 
tice that wc are better prepared to «et out 
work to order more p omptttf than any other 
office in the State, while our prices teill bt at 
lov> a* the lowest. This can be relied upon. 
PRESJ5 PRINTING CO. 



TrJbiK OITV 



Stonn — A heavy storm of wind anO 
rain commenced about o p. m. yesterday, 
and for two hours .he rain fell in torrents. 
The streets, and in many placts side- 
walks were Hooded. The water burst 
into Mr. Webb's freight warehouse undei 
the Piovost Guard Headquarters 
did considerable damage to goods. 



ano 
Tbt 
and 



rain continued during the evening, 
wc should be glad to see it pouring down 
to-day. Nothing makes Minnesotians so 
jolly as heavy rains, as the business ol 
<he State has been so paralyzed by low 
water, that another dry year toemrd a 
little more than we could bear. 



4Co2do; HCTicknorl do; T H Thomp- 
son I do ; C Valentine I do ; Vawter & Rose 8 
do; R & J M Warner 1 do; Waketield & R I 
do; W D & Co 3 do;B & D Williams 5 do;T 
W Webb? do; R Zimmerman 70 do; L Beach 
& Co .50 do; P 410 sks oats ; Katherine Wassi- 
fer 1 do ; C M McArthur 2 do ; E M VanDuze 
lot h h coodH ; O J Noble 3 do. 

Per yorthem Belle, from La Croise.—^ L 
Brielv5pk8; E 11 Biggs 31 pks; Beau pre & 
Kelle'y 31 pks; Cutter Sccorabe & Co 30 
pks ; \Vm Conslans 5 pks ; Cooler Carver & 
Co 15 pks; WF Davidson 411 pks; Durtley 
Marz Sliakopee 1 pk ; D U Howe Sh ikopce 1 
pk ; M A V Jones St Peter 6 pks ; Kline Bros 
St Pt ter 3 pks ; Kef sler & R 10 pks ; Lathrop 
& Paul St Peter 6 pks ; Larvis W;itterman 3 
pks; WH Leanard Minneapolis 3 pk8;JS 
PlUsbury ft Anthony 29 pks; J C Bapuet & 
Co 54 pks; Stone & M Belle Plaine 1 pk; W 
P Wcstfall Minneapolis 1 pk. 

Wki«.''tkr'8 Akk is the name of a 

new Saloon ana resuurant just opened on 
Jackson street between Fifth and Sixth. 
Meals will be served in the best style at any 
hour of the day or evening. There i.<» also a 
ladies' saloon up stoirs where visitors will 
find a pleasant retreat. The saloon is con- 
ducted in an orderly manner, and the whole 

establishment is gotten up in first class style. 

ml9f-tf 



Almost a Scare. — Two men banting 
for cattle the other day, saw each other 
simultaneously, and mistaking each other 
for Indians, skedaddled in opposite di- 
rections on the double quick. A war 
party was rallied, who afttr a short 
search, struck the trail, and 'smelt a 
mice' at once, seeirg as how it was made 
by a stoga boot.— irinj»«6ai;o City Home- 
stead. 



» » • » » 



— The Enquirer soma time f ince said 
that the greatest crime "of which .It IT. 
Davis was guilty was that of having been 
unlucky. Tbis brings to mind an pilgram 
by Harrington, very seasonable at this 
hour : 

'•Tre<»on iloih never profp<>r ; what'« the r»«»On I 
Kot If it prosper, none doth cali ic treasor."' 

And there is a world of truth in that 

epigram. 

— » ■ ♦ » < ■ 

— The Seeaetary of the Treasnry has 

has signed the last requsition from the War 
Department, and nothing now remains unpaid 
except the army. 



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Police Court.— It has been some 
time since a wife whipper has been ar- 
raigned, but Michael Sullivan broke th. 
spell in that line ot business yesterday. 
It is a " high and holy" occupation for a 
man to mdiSlge in, and one which we 
suppose Gail Hamilton would style char- 
acteristic of the species. Sullivan took a 
two weeks' trip to jail for his sport in 
tbis direction. 

Frank Krown. for assault and battery, 
paid ten dollars ; and Tar Passer and Pat 
Bums helped s *ell the docket by three 

dollar drunks. 

^»» 

Flower Qu5en.— Mr. W. X. Per- 
kins is preparing to bring before the 
public in the course of a week or ten 
days, the well known cantata of tb 
Flower Queen. It is now in active re 
hearsal and will be brought out with a 
chorus of seventy voices. We were much 
pleased with a portion of the rehearsal 
which we witnessed yesterday 'and. when 
placed upon the stage it will undoubtedly 
make a'ti attractive entertainment. 



Runaway.— -A. double team attached 
to a lumber wagon started on a run from 
in front of Rogers' Block yesterday after- 
noon, and proceeded but a short distance 
before another team caught the infection 
and both started up street pell mell. A 
lady who was riding along the street in a 
carriage was so frightened as to faint 
away, but beyond that wc believe no 
personal damage was inflicted. 



CiiANOK ov TiMK.— The La Crosse 
Line of Boats will leave St. Paul on and after 
Saturday, f pril 29, at Ten o'clock a. m ., mak- 
ing close connections at La Croeso with the 
Express Train the next morning. 

Through tickets to all poinU East and South 
can be had of '^- Tiiomi'son, Agent. 

Important to iRATKLERa — One ol 

the Splendid Passenger Steamers of the North 
Western Line, leaves St. Paul, every evening 
^t six o'clock, making direct connections at 
Prairie du Chin and Dunlieth, with Express 
Trams for the East and South ; tim<3 as quick, 
and fare as low as by any other route. Bag- 
gage checked through from Prairie du Chin 
and Dunleith.— Time guaranteed— Ticket 
office 4n Jackson St., one door from Levee. 
JAS. J. HILL, Ticket Agent. 



OAJL A«VftC)B«. 



A I U8INE8S FOR Sale. — HaviDg made 
arrang 'meceg to go into tu»ineM In New York, 
w« ofTe r for sale onr stock of CIo hing and Qf nW 
FuraU itDg Goods at lesi than the market price. 
Alio 11: :ture8 and unexp.rcd term cf lease, 

EASTWOOD & MORRISON. 

St. Pai il, Roger's Block ; 
8 doory above the Bridge. \ 



would call attention to the adver 
tisement of Eastwood & Morrison in an- 
other column. They having made ar- 
rangements to go into business in New 
York offer for sale at retail or wholesale 
their fine stock of clothing and furnishing 
goods at less than their market value. 

Religious. — Rev. J. D. Pope of the 
Baptist Church commences this morning 
a series of discourse j on the ten com- 
mandments. 



CA-RX). 

The ilndersignad would beg leave to inform his 
patron i and the public generally, thai he his de- 
posed < f the good will and flxtnre« of Lnlon 
Hall to Mr- Frank Pulle, who wll' hereatter car. 
ry on the bu9ine<s. 

IndolDggo he would take tie opportunity oi 
returnlDghis thanks for the liberal patronage 
tieretoi ore entended -.o hlao, and sincerely hopes 
that th; same will be extended to his eaccessor, 
who in in every way worthy of it. 

He would further state that he has gone Into 
the Wl{ole«ale Liquor and Importing tu»ineis 
in com^ny with Mr. F. A. Kenz, well known to 
our citizens, nnder the Arm name of Qfo. Benz 
& Co., and would solicit in his new business a 
continuance of the favors extended to him in bis 
old. OBO. BENZ, 

V-30— dpeclal Notlc*. 

The 7-30 LoiB dited 13th June has been all 
takes. 

The next, or third series, will bear date July 
I5th,and this bank will pay interest to that date 
at th J ra!e of 7-30 per cent, on all sohjcrlptlons. 
This, the last lean, will, it Is snpposed, be taken 
la sixty days. 

Kow U the last chance to Bubserib^. 

FtiUjT NATIONAL BlNKST.PAUL. 

May 17, ISM. ml8-lw 



NoTicB. — Being about to make a 

chacge In my buHlnoss, I propose to sell out my 
whole, completrt anl well selected stock of To- 
bacco. cun>i9tiHg of 
ISO bbis. Spanish Mixed and ether Smoking, f. 
200 bbls. Stems. 
50 Boxes Plug Tobacco, Including the finest 

Natural Leaf in market. 
25 KejCi Snuff. 
25 bbls Fine Cut Chewing, 
all of wldoh is offered at mannfactureis prices- 
freight thrown In— my obiettb^-lng to confine my 
whoin atentiouto the manufacture and sale of 
- egars, of whieh I have a largn supply on hand, 
which is offered to the trade at low prices. 

O. GEB8TINO, 
apl4-dim Cor. 0th and Jack-on St. 



nun 




LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL 

PUK[T COMPANY. 



Capt. W. F nAVIDSON, President. 

WM. RHODES, Sntretary and General Agent. 

Capt. P. 6. DAVIDS 'N, Superintetdent. 



Having been In New Toik at Jutt the right time, 
was anable*! to bay hi* stock of 



mm m shr gw 



^t the lowest floret, an! ean therefore rell them 
to bit customers 



The Shortest and Most Comfoitable 
Route to and from Minnesota. 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 



R. O. Strong continues to receive ad- 
ditions to his stock, and sells his goods at re- 
markably low prces. His stock of carpets is 
not surpassed in the west. He has constantly 
on hand, mattresses, oil cloth, w.ill paper, 
matting, and all the smaller paraphernalia of 
house fumi-hing goods. No one will wish to 
purchase elsewhere after they have once given 

him a call. 

■•* - 

To WHO.M IT MAY CONCERN. — The per- 
sons who took the wagons from the farm of O. 
A. Brackett, or A- Johnson's wagon shop in 
Minneapxtlls, are reiiue.>-ted to return them im- 
mediately, and save themselves troable. Iw 



Merontio said of his wound. 

■';( ica» not to deep at a iceU, or at icidt 

As a gate, but it would do." 

eumikTifiS BiTTKRs will DOt raUo the dead. 

But they cure the sick, exalt the depressed. 

Add a rose tint charm to the social circle, 

And render Lfe a thing to be injoyed. 

Also, the thing itsflf Is qalte enjoyable. 

Never wat searching Tonlcln such pleasant shape 

Tender youth, declining age, the mind, 

O'er wroaghtby menta^cve, most gentle females 

And the wreck ot men, all find thefe bitters 

The balm of life and source of health. 

Delay not a trial. Conveniently deposited 

In every town wherever civilization extends, 

It can be obtained, true, genuine and sure. 

tu,th,sawlw 



The LaCrosse & St. Paul Packets 

are running 

of large and splendidly fitted side- wheel steamers 
1>etw« en 

LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL, 

as follows: 

M:00SE3 MoLKLLAN", 

Ja*. R. Hatcher, Master. 

NORTHERN" BELLTC, 

J. B. West, Master. 

KKOKTJK^ 

Isaac Moulton, Master. 

One of these Steamers 

LEAVES L\ CROSSE EVERY EVENING. 

upon the arrival of the 11 o'clock Exprens Train 
from Milwaukee. Th^y make close connections 
at the following points : 

A.T \vxrsroNA, 

with the Winona and St. Peter Railroad for St. 

Ctawrlca, Rochester Mad BOUtkerM 

maneaotia. 

AT RKKD'S LA.NI>l?irG-, 

with Chippewa Ulver Dally Packets, 
lor Ean Claire; 

AST I'RIG SCOTT, 

with the St. Croix Dally Packe< s, running to 

Ilad*«B, Stillwater aad Tay- 

lar'a Falla. 

AT HA.STINTS. 
with Stages for Yarlbault aad Owa««aaa. 

AT ST. PAUL. 

with thn St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, for St. 
Aatbaay, nianeapolU, Aaaka, St. 

C'load, and {Northern Minnesota, 

and Stages for the Red Ulver 

of the North. 

Also with 

Daily Minnesota Ki?er Packets, 

For Shakofkk, Chaska, Carver, Belle 
Plaine, Henderson, Lk Sueur, St. Pe- 
ter, Mankatu, New Ulx and 
Fort Ridobct. 



Necro SuflTraKe* 

From the New Tork Brenlng Pott. 

Mathew Stevenson, of TenneMee, 
wrote, in 1834, in an addreta to the peo- 
ple of hit SUte, exposing the wronga and 
evils of slavery : "Wo hold it wise poli- 
cy in every government to make it the 
interest of all its subjects to support, de- 
fend and perpetuate its civil institutions." 
No one will doubt the justice of this sen- 
tence ; and as in tbis country the people 
are the government, it must be held ta 
the people's interests that all should have 
equal rights before the law. 

The question whether nepoes shall 
vote is gelling very general discussion at I 
tbis time. Southern Union men are-— i 
without exception — so far as we know, in 
favor of giving to the black man precise- 
ly the same rights possessed by any oth- 
er man. We have spoken with qiiite a 
number of persons bom and bred in the 
South, and have found them all of one 
opinion on this question. So far as any- 
thing has been lately published by South- 
ern Union men oiv the subject, we remem- 
ber nothing of i contrary tenor. A let- 
ter of Gen. Gantt. of Arkans«s, dated __^_-».-- _, - __- -^-^ 
the 5th inst.. is the latest and pet haps the | Q, SM 02Z TJki7jL0R 
clearest defioition of Southern lojal opin- 
ion on this question. Gen. Gantt says : 
"That the negro is needed at th« South, 
that he is capable of culture and impro vement 
is certain ; and that self protection wii 1 com- 
pel the South tf) protect and improve I'lm, is 
reasonable to suppose. Thai all loyal nien 
should accord to htm the principle of sofftrsgo 
and equality before the law, is becomitga 
widespread conviction, and will gain strenitn 
the more narrowly it is tcrutinizeil. 

• • • • • "As to suffrage for the color* d 
free man, ha once had it in the South. 1 1 
was taken from him, not because he was an-- 
worthy of it, bul becaiHie his exercise of jt 
rendered the slaves around him disconrieBted, 
and endangered the slave fabric by bis fatitre 
influence. But now that slavery is destroyed, 
need men he airaid of the freedmen ? What 
do the people want? The perpetuation of 
freedom by wholesome laws. What mors 
jealous and watchful sentinels «onld it have 
than those who theuisclres hod come up froa» 
bondage, or learned of its horrors, with per- 
haps many exaggerations, from the traditfoaa 
of their fathers ? 

•« What is the duty of the nation ; what the 
interest of the foutbem white noran in this 
connection ? The elevatioH of tbe black. 
What stronger incentive could yon g*f« him 
forcommendahio effort than the protectitm Of 
equal laws and the right to suffrage wbs» he 
prepared himself to exercise it !" 

General Gantt says truly that the »•• 
gro once enjoyed suffrage at the Soath, 
In every Southern Bute, except torv and 
secession South Carolina, the right of 
•uffrtge was orifioallv held and exercised 
by "all freemen." The Declaration of 
Rights prefixed to the Constitotion of 
Delaware, and part of that docnmeat, de- 
clared : 

•' Every freeman having sufliclent evidence 
of permanent common interest, with an at- 
Uchment to the community, hath a right ot 
sufltage." 

The coastitntion of Maryland pro- 
vided : 

" All freemen, above twenty-one years of 
age. having a freehold of fifty acres of land 
\n the county in which they offer to vote, and 
residing therein, and all freemen having prop- 
erty in this Sute above the value of thirty 
pounds current money, and having resided in 
the county in which they offer to vote one 
whole year next preceding the election, shall 
have a right of suffrage in the election of del- 
egates tor such county." 

The Virgin Declaration of BigbU 
provided : 

"AH men having snflflclent evidence of per- I 
manent common interest, with an attachment 
to the community, have the right of suffrage." 

The constitution of North Carohna 

contained tbis provision : 

"All freemen of the age of twenty-one 
years, who ha>e been inhabitants of any one 
county within the State twelve months imme- 
diately preceding the day of any election, and 
shall have paid public taxes, shall be entitled 
to vote for members of the House of Com- 
mons for the county in which they reside. 

The constitution of Georgia declared 
that 



THE 

ST. PAUIi PRZSSS 

BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFIC 

A S D 

B I N D E K Y, 
Bridge Square, 

Cor. Wabashaw & Bench Sis. 



THE VANDEWATER 

SILVER IVIININGCO.. 

Orsanized unclerthe La-wre of the 
State o f KTe-vw- "Vork;. 



Capital $3,000,000- 

S hares. 



30,000 



OF PICERS: 

D. W. FKNFON, ot New York, President. 
1>. .lONKS CRAlW.of New York. Secretary. 
SUM'L L. PKIN J LE, of New If ork. Treasurer. 



At Very Low Prices. 



We. beg to call the attention of our frieads and 
the public to onr extensive 



BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. 



Our facilities in TYPE, STEAM-POWEB 
PRESSES and MATERIAL are such that we 
feel confident we can execute 



All Descriptions of Printing 



AT AS LOW PRICES 

As any house in the W/8t,'.and In style warraol 
cd to give satisfaction. 



TRIJSTKES: 

ADDISON L. \" GE of Nevada. 
lUOMAS J. WHIPPLE, tf New HampHh're. 
(JKoRfiE M. KLANDERii, •♦"New if oik. 
D. W. KKN ION of No* \ork. 
BKNJAHIN KEHTON, ofNew York. 
> AMUKf, MNCI.AIU. of New York. 
UEOHtiE U. UtA.of tjt. Louis, Mo. 



liEAL KSTATE. 
IMEorg-an &, l^cOloud, 

A-fflstxta and Dealers. 
SAINT FAUX,, MIIVN. 

EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION- 



Having had ten years' exporienoe In th« RttX 
Kstato Bu"inBfBln ^t. Paul, and havinp facilities 
for trannactlnif th*- buclnpnn in •'ver\ lOunty In 
the htaie through our corrcKpondeuts. no oPcr 
our B rvicen to buy and tell Propertv pav Taxes, 
negotiate l>oan«, collect Rents, iotrilK Lund 
Warrants, and do all and everything c. nnectfd 
withfl general Keal KstatP Agonry 

We invite attention to our Litis of 



C^RDS, 



NOW IS TBE TIME TO BUf, 



iTffr when w*' have to purohare again we sluiU 
have to get higher prices. 



WE HAVR A VERY- COMPLETE STOCK OF 



DRESS GOODS 



Cloths and Gasiimeres, 



Brown and Bleached Hnslins, 



Ticking, Stripes, &c., 



Gloves and Hosiery, 



Uak package ^OW stops as much mischief as 
a dozen packages will n*-xt June. 



CEDAR CAMPHOR 



RIVER ISEWS. 



JP«r« •t St. Pawl. 

ARRIVED. 

Northern Belle, La Crosse. 
Northern Light, Dubuque. 
MoUie Mohler, Carver. 
Stella Whipple, St. Peter. 

DEPATED. 

Geo. S. Weeks, Savannah. 

Mollie Mohler, Carver. 

Northern Belle, La Crossa. 

Northern Light, Dubuque. 
Thc river was rising slowly nearly ail 
ot last W9ek, and there is now four feet of 
water in the most shallow portion of the chan- 
nel. The Minnesota from Le Sueur down 

» 
has risen six inches. Above Le Sneur there 

has been no chanpe. The heavy rain of yes- 
terday and lart night will undoubtedly raise 
it still higher. The ground being thoroughly 
•caked by the previous rains will enable the 
river to receive grea;er benefit from the rain, 
than at any previous time for nearly two years 
past. 

Windy. — A violent wind was blowing 
most of the day yesterday, making arriving 
at and departing from the levee, somewhat 
difficult. The Northern Belle; backed out of 
port, at 10 A, M. and as long as she was in sight 
was unable to turn around. Every time she 
essayed to make the turn the wind woald 
come to the rescue and prevent it. 

Pkrsonal — Insspector Stevenson ar- 
rived yesterday and will remam here about 
two weeks inspecting the boats which touch 
at this port, licensmg engineers, pilots, &c. He 
will make his business headquarters at Capt- 
Davidson's office during his stay in the city. 

Superintendent Wellington, of the North- 
western line, and Assistant Superintendent 
McCarty are in town 
Dubuque in a day or two 

Thk Stella Whipple came down from 
Minnesota ■ with two . barge loads of 
The MoUic's load was light. 

Northern Ligl.t .,,.. .'-"..J,.,,,,.— 

"T-l.>, .i pks; 

o .^ - , - • 'iiuIiaiD, 1 pk : 

as man & O, a pks; Wm FranHs, 19 pks; 

i pks; Mrs 



the 
wheat. 



Per 

Cherritree & F, 20 pk? 

Chippeway Indians, 1 pK 

Eastman & O, ' ' 

L 

child & Co, 43 pks ; Gray & Bro 

GillasDie 1 pk; H Herman. 3 pks; Heirsh 

Bt H, 1 pk ; D A Huntsman, 1 pk ; D W In 



for Vo'iK is I lipai', Ira.'rant, Durable, and Kell- 
aWe. Every drugRis' selU it. ilAKUIS&CHAP- 
M Vi>, ttoistOD, make it. 

mlA tn.th&slw 

MixNE-HA-HA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The only place in the 
city, where a fitll and complete collection of 
Photographs of Minnesota scenery, Indians 
&c., can be had, of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Gallery, No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photographs of our late President 
at Margin's. tf 

■^ Tvlvirraph. 

Milwaukee, Afril 21, 1865. 
/. C. George, Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paul; 

On and after Monday, April 24, the trains 
of the Chicago & Milwaukee and Milwaukee 
& St. Paul Railroad connect at the same de- 
pot in Milwaakee. 

A. V. H. CARPENTER, 
General Ticket Agent. 

Travelers will sec by the above telegram 
that they will not be subjected hereafter to 
the annoyance of omnibus riding through 
Milwaukee, making this route the shortest and 
most expeditious [and pleasantest routes to 
Chicago and the East. Passengers leaving on 
the 10 :30 A. M. boat will arrive in La Crosse 
in time to take the roorniog train, woich will 
land them in Chicago just 24 hoars ahead of 
any other route leaving St. Paul same day. 
I. C. GEORGE, 

ap23-tf Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paal. 

Nkw Ice Cream Saloon. — Christian 
.Schiller has opened a first-class Ice Cream and 
Eatino Saloon for ladies and gentlemen, on 
Third St., between St. Peter and Market,, 
where he will be always ready to serve up in 
the best style, Ice Cream of all flavors, Water 
Ices, Marengnes, Soda Water, Cold Punches, 
Lemonade, French pastry and all kinds of 
cake. Families supplied on short notice. 

All kinds of Fruits in their season. 

Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate at all times 

mal-3m. 

Hall & Mc Kinney. — Hall & McKin- 
ney serve up to-day. Mallard Ducks, Wild 
Geese,* Count Oysters (best in the world) 
pheasants, ducks, turkey, (cold or hot) veni- 
son and porter house steaks, mutton chopa, 
The former returns to ham, pig's feet and tripe, the best cellery, 
mackerel and herring. 

Private apartment for ladies. 

Billiard Rooms attached, witii six Fhelan 
marble top tables, two four pocket (the only 
ones in the Sute), and carom (for amateurs). 

I,»y«or».— Spiced mm punches, egg nogg 
apple toddy, tum and jerry, sweet cider, a'e 
imported, wines and liquors. 

novl4.lT, 



One of the Above Packets 
I>-a.v6a* »t. Paul JOaily, 

AST lO A. 3VI., 

on the arrival of the 8t. Paul ard Pasific train, 
making cimte connections at La Crosse 

With, the Morning Train 

FOR 

MII.-VVAXTKKE, CHICAGO, 
A-\D ALL POINTS E VST AND SOUTH. 

This Company Is also provided with a largo 
numt)«>r of LIUHT DBAHUiil', Freight and 
Tow Boats and Barges, wh'cli willenatb them to 
do busineds with dispatch, whatever the stage of 
water may be. 

Merchants Can Rely on this Line. 

TICKETS can be procuied to all points, at the 
Company's Ticket Ufflce, comer of Levee and 
Jackson streets. 

CHAS. THOatPSOIV, 

Ticket Agent. 

BOBUP * CHAIIKPX.XS, 

Freight A gents. 

'|^i:!mKso'rA kivkb pacslsx. 

THE STEAMER 

C»pt. H. "W. Holnaes, 

Will run to the Uapids. conn<tctlng 
with the SteumerH Albany, Ariel, 
btella Whipple, En'.erprirc, and 
Chippewa Falls, making dai'y trips, leaving ^t. 
Paul at 2o'cIock r. m. Lt-dving hapids ^14 a. m,, 
oonnectinKiwith Stages at ^hakopet? for all points 
on the Minupsota River. 

Freight received at all hours at Wharf Boat at 
foot of Jackson street, for ull points on Minneso- 
tattiver. CHAKLliS ■|HOMP^ON. 

ap26.^m Agents, BoRUi* & L maxpliit. 



NOTICE. 

TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE 

L. S. and M. R. R. Co. 

The annual meeting of the stockholders of the 
Lake Superior and Hississippl Railroad Compa- 
ny wUl be held on the FIRaT MJNDAT OF 
JUNE next, being the 5'h day of the month, at 
four o'clock in the alternoon. at the office of the 
Company, in the City of St. Paul, tor the purpose 
of electing Directors for the ensuing year. 

Dated St. Pflbl, Minn., May flth. 1805. 

ROBERT P. LEWIS, 
Bat-iB6-oaw tJnneS Sfecreta ry 

OvricB OF State Trkabiirkr, ) 
ST. Paul, May 15, 1805. j 

Sealed Proposals 

Win be received at this office until June 1, at 12 
M, forthei\irni>bing and delivery at tbe State 
Capital of 

1355 Cords or Wood. 

The proposals mnst state the quality, kind, 
whether green or reasoned wood, proposed to be 
furnidhed. To be delivered as required by the 
State Treasurer. 

[CHAP. Sri.^KK-'K. 
m»lfl-td Treasurer. 



Resistance at An End. 

Great news of brilliant achievements is arriv- 
ing from every quarter, iieads that most tnri 



^^lU F^^^ MA Jones, 2 pks; Jones & onsly rebel against the Hkws of beautv, whether 

FrTbt'7 pSVw HTeo'nard''''!'n^*.''wm ^«^ »- *»'"« '-° «"'^' --<ly. or gUring red, 
Lee, .5 pks; Ijithrop & Paul, 6 pka* T K are everywhepe 



pka, V 
1) Marks 



Lee, .5 pks; Ijithrop ft Paul 6 
Matthews, Ipk; R Marvin, Ipk- 
1 pk; H H Miekstrath, 3 pks;' JoVin M.>- 
gall, 1 pk; Nicols, Lean & do, 3 fcl".^ NeHa 
Thorn 2 pks ; S Pendergras« U do '^ ^ K Put- 
man 7 do ; B Presley .5 do ; Prjil A jjn b l do • 
C H & W Pettit 3 do 5 A P 3 do i? \v Pratt 
^do;CProal2do;SCRainiet& /^oldoH 
Rogers & Co 2 do ; T Ra*e 1 do ; ! /o Strong 4 
go ? J( A Stees I do; N Slnljs euo / ^- J Smith 



are everywhepe 

tsTRIKIXG THEIR COLORS, 
and assuming the l.qf ellast brown or the most Ins 
crous and perfect bIa&)F> under the swift opera- 
tion of 

CRJSTADOBOi^ ^[AIHPYE 

which trantggores the.-»ji« a p^ moments, Man- 
ufactured by J. Crlstadoro, No, j, Astor House, 
:;evr York. Sold by Pruggi^s, Applied by sU 
llairDressffi, ' • -V >B3-d4wlii>i 



" Gmteit Iwliol CireiJsr 
Evn Pubbaked! 

WFIfte*n-W« large 
letter paf;e* for two 
3 cent Stamps. 



e^;^ 

® 




"The electors of the members of both 
branches of the General Assembly shall be 
citizens vnd inhabitants of tbisStatP, and shall 
have atuined to the age of twenty-one 
years, and have paid tax for the year preced- 
ing the election, and shall have resided six 
months within tbe county." 

So far not a word about distinctions 
on account of oolor. "All freemen," 
"every freeman," that is the phrase. But 
now we come to South Carolina — a State 
which never had a r epublican or demo- 
cratic form of government — whose peo- 
ple never voted for President; where 
only the few wealthy citizens were held 
capable of holding office ; the constitution 
of this aristocratic Tory State provided 
that 

—"The qualifications of an elector shall be 
every free vihits man, and no othsr ptrson," 
&c. 

Colored people voted in Pennsylvania 
till 1838 ; in Connecticut they voted till 
1817. In New Tork, originally, white 
and black stood upon the same ground, 
the right to vote in both being dependent 
upon a property qualification. About the 
}ear 1826, an amendment of the consti- 
tution abolished this property test as re- 
gards the white man, but left it unre- 
pealed as regards the blacks. That is to 
say, it was a half reform. 

Within the memory of men now living, 
negroes voted regularly in North Caroli- 
na and in Tennessee. In the former 
State it is related that a wealthy slave- 
owner secured his election to CoRgrets 
bv setting free a considerable number of 
his slaves who went to the polls and vot- 
ed for him in a body. In Tennessee, a 
person well known in his day, was first 
elected to Congress by negro votes. 
John Petit of Indiana said in his place, in 
the Senate, in 1854, 

"Many of tbe States have conferred this 
rightfof suflVage] upon Indians ; and many, 
both North and South, have conferred it upon 
free negroes without property. Old Cave 
Johnson, of Tennessee, an honored and re- 
spectable gentleman, formerly Postmaster 
General, and for a long time a member of the 
other House, told me with his own lips that 
the first time he was elected to Congress from 
Tennesssce (in 1828), it was by a vote of three 
negroes ; and ha told me how. Free negroes 
in Tennessee were then allowed by the con- 
stitution of the State (b vote ; and he was an 
iron manufacturer, and had a large number 
of free negroes as well as slaves in his employ. 
I well recollect the number he stated. One 
hundred and forty-four free negroes in his 
employ went to the ballot-box and elected him 
to Congress the first time he was elected." 

In Maryland, colored men voted until 
1833. In North Carolina, as we have 
said, they originally voted. Judge Gas- 
ton, in a legal opinion, in 1838, said: 

"The very Congress which framed onr con- 
stitution (the state constitution of 1776) was 
chosen by freeholders. That constitution ex- 
tended the elective franchise to every freeman 
who had arrived at the age of twenty-one, and 
paid a public tax ; and it is a matter of uni- 
versal notoriety that under it free persons, 
without regard to color, claimed and exercised 
the franchise until it was taken from free men 
of color a few years since, by our amended 
c«nstitution." 

Th« Union men of the South show 
themselves true conservatives, when they 
declare in favor ot universal suffrage, and 
refuse to make distinction on account of 
color merely. Tbey have the matter in 
their own hands ; for tbe states declare 
who are to exercise this right in each. If 
they want peace and prosperity, thej 
must look to it that all men shall have 
equal rights. 

> ■ • ■ > 



Yankee Notions. 



BUSINESS, VISITING, k FANCY COLORED 
CARDS, in every variety. 



I>OSTERS, 

In Black or Colored Inks, 

Of •very »t»#*. 

* 

Of aU kinds. 

On any quality of Paper— prices accordingly, 

CHECKS, 
DBAFTS, 

INVOICES, 

BILL.^ LADIUO, 

DRAY TICKETS, 
and in fact all descriptions of Mercantile Printing 



1 he property of t'iis Company was located Spp- 
tcmbor loth, 186.3, iiad is situated in the Waehoe 
D strict, in Lyons County. Nevada, HO miles 
from Sacramento, t;aUfornia, and tifteen miles 
from Virginia City. 

This mine is one. )f great richness and valup. 
It consists of aveiu of oro 2,000 fe t in l<^ngtb, 
and 15 '2 fc't in width at the top, increaiiing in 
thickness ad it descends. 

A tunnel 0^'i feet high by 4'* foct wide has 
been cpened into tlie side of thumouiain, through 
the solil rock, running a disiacoe ot 480 feet, un- 
til it strikes the vein of ore .305 feet from the bur- 
fac<'. 

The v in at this joint Is found to be not cnlv 
well deflucd, but ol exceeding richness, and is 
beilcvt-'d by experit nc d miners who have exam- 
ined It to be at leas; from thirty t» forty feet in 
tMcknesB. 

Samples of the ore have been assayed at the 
Phl'adelphU Mint, and Mr. J. K. Rcklield, United 
Statf>s Assaytir, ct rtilles them to }ie.d $1,:!44 to 
the ton. 

Thus, by means of the tunnel and the assay of 
average tipecUnens taken at a depth uf 305 feet 
from the surlacft, have been determinod two es- 
sential points : 

Ist. Ihe Vandewatermlne ia practically inex- 
haustible, 

■iA. Its ores are i.s rich as those of tbe famciis 
Qould ft Curry, or auy other of the mines of Ne- 
vada. 

A railroad track runs along tlin tunnel into th». 
mine ; so that the mine is fully opened, and ready 
for working as soonas the mills, .&.C., are erected. 
The machinery lor the Company, built by the 
Hope Foundry Co upany, Providcnc, B. I., is 
now completed anl ready for shipment, and i.s 
fully equal, if not luperlor, to any in Nevada. 

1 ho stock is Jul, paid and free from all assess- 
ments. 

Tbe par value of shares is $100, and it Is confi- 
dently expected b .' the Company that racft «Anre 
will at least b« wo -th Hi /ace in gold loitlUii one 
year from this tit.ie ! 

The Company hive written to the undersigned 
that whatever sto A is desired in St. Paul must 
be taken at once, us funds are so rapidly coming 
in that the amount of funds, required for expen- 
ses. &&,« ill soon be obtained, whcu no more 
stock will be offer ad for sale. 

It may with confidence be said tl.al no safer cr 
more profitable Investment ii offered to the com- 
munity at present. 

It is a i oUd, sut stantial enterprise— as any one 
'muet admit who takes the pilns ts examine into 
itii merits. 

Mr. Crain writes me as follows : "In regard to 
the gentlemen composing tbe company, I would 
eay that from ray own personal kuowMge. the 
Messrs. Fenton, vho practically have (he control 
and direct'onof tie Company's affairs, are men 
of the most strict Inte/irity audftrstrate business 
capacity. Thoyare weljjinown in New York, 
and such people as the Miniums, and ohters of 
our most respecta )lc people, have puc'.i oonfldenc^ 
in tlitni that they are ftoA_. buying tlio stock." 



"CITr & COUNTRY PROPERTY" FOR SALE, 

And offer BARGAINS in both. Among thorn 

Th'( be»t Buf-lncflM Corner in St. Paul. Also. 

100 feet on fhlrd street. 

150 feet on Seventh Htreet. 

Lots in all tlm Bu8iu.>i>H streets. 

Kurnifihed UousBo, $1,^00, $4 500, «td $'.1,000 
each. 

Hou'^es and Lots from $300 to $:»,000t"ach. 

R<>fidenc«! Ixjt» in St. Paul and tUew liere. 

Firms «nd Farming Lands. 

Mineral Lands. 

Pirn' lands, etc., etc. 

Parties wiching to sell or purciiat^e «r« Invited 
to cail. 

JHORWAS *: BlcCI.OLn. 

St. Paul, Feb. 2.3, INtt. 
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ATD CiVMP'K. 



We also keep the celebrated 



••Duplex Elliptic Skirts," 



which we purchased after the 



lireat Reducdon in Prices. 



We also have a splendid stock of 



Spring and Summer Sba%Tl8, 



Cloth Saeqnes and Circulars. 



BOOK PRINTING. 

Onr Book Room is well stocked with a fine as 
sortment of New Type purchased this year. We 
have earefUI and experienced proof-readers, and 

ar facilities for executing all kinds of 

Book and Fauipblet friotius 

Ar« complete In every respcot. 



County Officers 

will find tts thoroughly prepared to do all kinds ef 

Printingr & Sindingr 

At as low prices as can be procured anywhere, 
while we warrant satisfaction as to quality 
work, Ac. 



A limited numl er of Shares of the Ccmpau)'.-; 
stock, 

jfts^S Per fcSl»a.x*o, 

for sale by the unlertigued, who will furnish all 

iniorma'ion it dslall, by letter or persoeal appH. 

cation. 

.r. E. ^'ARRCM. Agent. 

St.Paul. May 11.1865. nilT-lw 



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im.tE.lL, 

Agint for the sale of 

New York and Michigan 
S >V L T . 

. LOWRI. LRVEE, ST. VAUL. 

aorlSt. 



GHIEA.T ISEWH. 



CAPTURE OF JEFF. DAVIS. 



Greenbacks as Good as Gold 



BASQUE T I NEB. 



We shall reeelve In a few dajs a very fine stook of 



Black Silk Saoques, 



Black Silk Circulars, 



Black Bilk Basquetines. 



/i: of which we offer very low to eur custom- 
ers for caak. 



LAW PRINTING. 

BRIEFS, 

BONDS, 

AND LAW bi^ANKS, 



rinted and 
notice. 



tarnished to order at the shortest 



ir*«ar Bf »■'• inr4llc«l Adsrlacr. 

Gratuitous advice given In diseases of the aer- 
rous, seminal, urlnsry and sexual organs, la the 
reports ot the Wentern Mecioai ASSOOlatloB, 
ivhloh are sent by mall in sealed envelopes, tree 
3( charge. The organization was formed to dls- 
penee new and reliable treatment, Jtnd Is eon- 
posed of the weil known physicians, to whom all 
letters mast be addressed. 

DHS. JaCKaUN, HERBERT ft CO.. 

febll-eodSm Box 43«, Cincinnati O. 

HOKACB B. BIOELOW. QBaXBLKAK CLABK 

Btgeloypv A Olajrk* 

ATTOKIIKT8 ft CODNSELLOBS AT LAW. 

0090 in Bembelm'>r Block, Third itreeti 
$pl4iq ^t. Paal, Mlafl, 



A Notable Fact. 

Tbe late conflaf^ation in Richmond 
developed a curious incident and fact, 
which mar be valuable if remembered. 
Some week or ten dajs after the fire, the 
iron safe of the E)iquirer office wat open- 
ed, when, immediately on tbe admission 
of tbe air, tho books and p apers were 
ignited and consumed. And auch was 
the case of all other safes which were not 
m brick vaults. In these the contents 
were nninjnred. The Enquirer' safe, at 
tbe time it was reopened, wH CQld ex- 
|en»ftU^ to tit« toaoh, 



FenoBi ftt>m a distance will find it lor their in- 
terest to Tistt th« 



Clieap Cash Store, 



818 Xhird Street, 



Saint Pauls M!innesota« 



Btia 



In addition to our Book and Job Office, we have 
n connection with tho same an extensive and 
ompletely equipped 

BOOK BINDERY, 

And have In our employ a fall corps of oompe- 
ent workmen. 

We are now amply furnished with material for 
manufacturing 

BLANK BOOKS, 



or every description for 

INSURANCK COMPANIES, 
BAILBOAD COMPANIES, 
COUNTY AUDITORS, 

COUNTY TEEASUKERS, ^ 
MERCHANTS, 
BANKERS. 

MANUFACTURERS. 



NEWGOODS 

JU»'l HKCEIVED. 



Having porf«>('. cmfiience that oarrurrcncy 
wi I soon be worth its lace in gold, I wil 1 cUmy 
entire stock ol 



FRENCH JACKETS 

At Camp'd. 

SPKING SSHAWLS 
At Camp's. 

BLACK AND WHITE BALMORALS 
At Camp's. 

FJREIVCH 00 It .SETS 

At Camp*B. 

Tlioiustiu 8 French Etoic Skirt 

At Camp's. « 

At Camp's. 

LADIES' BLACK GAUNTLETS 
At Camp's. 

Ladies' Paper Collars and ('uffs 
A.t XUamp's. 

At Camp's. 

B L A C K S I L K S 
At Camp's. 

YIA-NKEE IVOTIONS 

At Camp's. 

(otton Goods of all Hinds 

At Camp's. 

At Camp's. 

iULL GOODS CHEAP 
At John H. Camp's, 

No. l-AW, TKSrd »troet. 

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OLD MAGAZINES RE-BOVND 

Ib any style or form to suit. 



PROMPTNESS 

In the execution of orders, and moderation la 
chtrxei, are the terms on which WIMBISU pro> 
posee to build up a permaaent 

City Sxpreaa Sasioeas. 
»*rrr--4irtit08»p» {q 8!»k'« Grocary Store, 

nmA 



RULING OF ALL KINDS 



Dene to order. 



ORDERS SENT BY MAIL 

Promptly attended to. 



wiTfHEs, ma mim, 

Silver and Plated Ware, 
DIAMOJS^D G OODS. 

IT'A.NCY OOODS, &;C., ^^C, 
AT PRICE!? BASED ON GOJ.D. 



NOW IS THE TIME TO Bl'V. 

I am constantly receivi-j; 
"Neyv Siryloi* or Goods. 

and invi:e all to call and examine. 

Particular attention paid to the 

REPAIUINC^ OF FINE WATCHIOS. 

I devote my personal attention to that brarcb 
of tho business, and all persons leaving work with 
me can bo sure cf having it dene qniokly and woll. 

Oloclcs aixi Je-welrjr Repaired. 

I>ain«>u Grrconlonr, 



malO-tl 



Co:ner Third and Robert streets, 
St 



■"Mai 



IO£:! ICE^ lOJE! 



The undersigned are prepired to deliver Ice to 
all their regular and transient customers at the 
following rates or the season of iSdS : 

KIITTV CiSNTS PlfiR 100 POUNDS. 
No leits than lift y cents per week for the small- 
est quantity. Any person conimeadng to take 
Ice after the Hrt t day of June will be charged or- 
oect per (lound on delivery, or at the expiration 
of each week. 

CUAS. SYMONOS, 

JOHN WAG KNEE. 

spl3-d.1m 



■ «fe shall nse our best endeavors to give latit; 
faction to all who Javor us with their ordei i. 






TJBR<»OaiS WEimXXCl 

FRncy Toilet Soap, Hair, Tooth 
or Nail Srushes, 

Can find just wliat they want at 

VAWTER k. EOSE'^. 
ma7-tf 

Saint Paul Marble Worb. 

Cor. of Tliird Sc JSicolianKe 8ts., 

(Near the old American House.) 



Xli« Lartlow oi «t. I?a.ial 

ARE UESPKCTFrLI.Y IN FORM EH HI AT 

HY G E N 10 i^U i tic IAN 

HAS TAKEN KOOMS AT TUK 

International Hotel, , 

Where she may b*" found < .ach 
"Wednesday from lO to 3 o'clock, 

by thos} wishing to couxult a competent and eK- 
perirnccd Physician of th^lr own sex, or by ot';- 
ers who may dosiro th<? servioeii of a Physician of 
the Hvgenic or Water Cure system. Mrs. H.'s 
liuccces in treatment of diseases of her sex, and 
indeed all disnaseji, has shown Ihat hf merits the 
conlldenc<> and patronag" of her afSlic ri\ i>!st«>ri". 

llor practlct* in Obstefics has been extensive, 
and h(r «ucc>>s<) n ntarlrahlc. 

(•orlhe troum ni f{ K<"vers. Diptheria, Fis- 
pa<^s of Chtidren, inlUm%tor; Kheuui iisni, and 
all Acute a" well a« t.:hroiilc I>ir««s»'i', tnc s)>tim 
sh.i prsc.icej isicflnltely fcupe, lor to any and all 

Mr«. S. R. Hcrap'irpy, 51. V, and Pr. A. Q. 
Huniphrov areri'sidenl jhysic'ans at tlie West- 
ern H>gi'*»n Home, (oi-mirlv \Vin«l'>w Ho«i<i", »t 
M. Aiiltiony, and will a'tpnd calo bv t.>!./;r»ph 
or k-tter froin.sr Paul. orfIt<i»whcre «itb>n nacU. 
ChariJt'i' from live to t<>n dollarn por dny. 

ConRiiliatioim always free. P^e^crlplionof^om 
one to live dollars— to the poor, gratis, mj 17-I"m 



JAW. J. IIJLL, 

Forwarding & Commission 

AGKNT FOB THK 
NORTH WESTERN PACKRT COMPANY 

ILLINOIS CE.N'KAI. RAILWAY, 
MIL. AND PRAIRIE DUt 11 lis N UAlUVAY. 

KKEIGUT COXTKACTEU 
TO AI L 1*01NTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 
THE LOWEST RATES. 
;ta- Overcharecs and Damag'^s promptly ad« 
Jurited. 

Olfioe and Warehouse on the Lower I.evee, 
Paul. 

T^ O R • A Ii ■. 

S.OOO Acres Tine i:^and«>. 
We have tho title direct from the Government. 
Kor 8al« in quantities to (uit. 

Apply to SMILEY k WOODBURY. 



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AJl kinds of HARBLG WORK done to order. 

Particular attention given to CONTRACTS 
for larg« MON I IMENTtt, or any kind of FANCY 
orPUAlN MUMiJMiCNTAL WORK. 
ALL ^VORK WARRANTED. 

J9* Now ia 1h« time to leave your i>priog oi^ 

O. jr. AXDH''****^ 



The first term of tho above College »l!I co-n- 
m<>nce at Western iiy<eian Home, (fomTly 
Winslow Housv,) St. Anthony, on the First cf 
June, lt:»(>5. . 

B. T. TRALI , M. D. 
apr2 a-lm» Princi|«l. 

Z^ASPKR OBU1II.I1IB, 

Mierolxant Tailor, 

Jackson Street, between Third Srcet acd Is^^, 
Saint Paul, MinnesoU. 
N. B.— Dyeing, cleadng Slllrand Velvet goods 
and all other goods. Particular atttu"*"?.'>*U 
tJthe Steamboat tra-lft. Will bay- '^ 
onrt hanil ill .t'. inc. 

YOVHC MKH ATSn MAIItE'B. 
LMURhlng (.ilrls and ^|^in«t«rs— 1 hav*- tome, 
tliicgthat will please you a:]. Enolore a stiimpcd 
fli^voiope wMh )o"r nrm^ t^rituu tliereun. teD4 
^'- ■ * '—■"— "tot be ►orry. Address 

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SAIMT PAUL, MAY 23, 1866. 



TO aJ>VSBTIS£BS. 

93" ThU paperha$a Daily, Tri-Wtfkly and 

Weekly circulation nett ly Trvkl* that of any 

ether in Slinnetota, and therffore presents in- 

mce.nemts to advertistrs tckich they will notflnd 

t$*eu*€Tt. 



WHAT n4%'lll HHOl'l^D BE 
THIEU rOH. 

Our Eastern exccanges are indaatri- 
ou^!y speculating upon the question 
wbf tber JefF. Davis is to be tried as an 
acconif lice iu the plot for the Bssassina 



THE SAINT PAUL PRE8S. 



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VOLUME V. 



S^IJNT I:>^UI., TUESDj^Y. iSiIJ^-^ 23. 1865. 



NIJ3!d:BEH 117. 



THE STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. 



Organization of the Board of 
• Directors. 



tion ol Pn^sident Lincoln, or upon 

broailer charge of high treason. 

Thti New York Times says : 

Davis will unquestionably be tried for trcii 
son, and that trUl must be in the civil ourts 
and in the pri-scnco of the public. He ic 
charjjeil with coniplioity in the assassination 
of President Lincula, and may if the govern- 
ment so ilecide, be tried by court martial ^for 
th.it offtfuce. it is prolmt>le, however, that he 
will Ik- tried for the greater crime first ; and of 
his conrietioa there can be no doubt. 

Ths Herald, on the other band, thinks 

that 

Davis is of no afrconnt except as an acces- 
sory to the murder of the President, nor is his 
capture >•{ any importance in any other re- 
spect. Politically he is harmless— certainly 
east of the Micsissippi. 

The Iribwie say a: 

As wc are officially assured tliathe is prov- 
ed to be inculpated in th" plot which cidmi- 
nati'd in the murder of President Lincoln, v.c 
trust he i-x to i)e indicted, arraigned and tried 
for thit horrible crime against our <-ountry 
and every part of it. We liope he may h.ave 
a fair, open, searching trial, like any other 
nialeldctor, and if convicted, we trust he will 
be treated just like any other. 

The World takes the other side : 

What will l)e done with him ? Br the re- 
ward of a hunilred thousand dollars for his 
apprehcn^ion as an ncconiplice in the nssasbi- 
nation of President Lincoln, the Government 
has ci'mmitted itself to try him tor murder. 
W'e know nothing of the evidence to su.stain 
the charge ; but if it is in any ilegree doubttiil, 
■we ho[x' the OoTcmuicni will recon.sider its 
decision and try him for treason. It is licttcr 
every way to go upon ihc surest ground. 

And so on throughout the country. 
in all these speculations it is plainly 
assumed that the complicity of Davis in 
the assassination of President Lincoln 
and bis treason against the_Government 
are two distinct and independent crimes, 
necessarily rt quiring that he be tried for 
one or the other, or f jr eteh separately. 
It is, perhaps, owing to oar ignorance 
of legal technicalities that we arc unabl- 
to comprehend this view of the case. P'or 
inasmuch as the assassination of Mr. Lin- 
cola was committed by the agents of tte 
rebellion, and a< Mr. Davis can be con- 
nected with the plot only as a single pirt or 
ti'it of the conspiracj of Rebellion 
We cannot; see why an indictment of 
the arch-traitor for treason might not 
properly recite his complicity in the as- 
sassination of President Lincoln as a di:f- 
tinct specilication, as one of thenumeroi:.^ 
acts of "war against the United States"' 
which constitute his treason against the 
government. For to commission and pay 
an agent to assassinate the President in 
aid of the rebellion, as he is charged 
with having done, is beyond questi9n a 
treasons^bie act and part of the rebellion ; 
and since the greater includes the less. 
in logic as well as in mathematics, 
we confess wc can't understand why fli? 
same principle does not hold good in law. 
67 indicting Davis for treason »nd 
Bpecifying his instigation of the asf a^sina- 
tion of the President as one of his acts of 
treason, we would secure the practical 
results of a separate trial for each offense ; 
and while the possible failure to prove 
this specific act would not vitiate the 
general charge, if proved, as there now 
seems but little doubt it will be, he would 
£tand convicted before the world not on- 
ly of treason, but of treason carried on 
with a hellish spirit and by hellish means, 
which will strip it of every tinsel title to 
respect or sj-mpathy in the eyes of the 
world, and doom the assasjin-traitor and 
his cause to eternal execration. 



The members of the Board of Direct- 
— org of the State Agricultural College met 
the I yesterday at the Executive Department 
at the Copitol, for the purpose of organ- 
ization. The following members were 
pr.'sent : 
\Vm. L. Ames, of St. Paul, term one year. 
K. N. Ouiteau, of Dakota county, term t!irce 
years. 

J.iiiez nrooks, of Red Wiug, term three 
years. 

Henry Hill, of Glcncoc. term four years. 

Dr. T.T.Mann, (President State Agricul- 
tural Societ;. — member ex officio.) 

After subscribing to the oath of office 
as required by the act, the Board pro- 
ceeded to organize by the election of the 
following officers : 

President— Gov. S. Miller. 

Secretary— Wvnry Hill, of Glencoe. 

Treasurer— K. N. Guitean.of West St.Paul. 

(iov. Miller being absent, Dr. Mann 
was chosen chairman pro ttm. 

Vn motion, it was ordered that the 
Treasurer give bonds in the sum of 

Messrs. Guiteau and Hill were ap- 
pointed a committee to prepare necessary 
rules for the government of the Board, 
and report at the next meeting. 

On motion of Mr. Brooks, it was 

Rcsolred, That a Committee of Correspon" 

dt ncc be appointed l>y the Board.to consist of 

two per^OQS, whose daty it shall bo to draw 

up, and report at a subscijuent meeting of the 

organization of an Agri. 



JEFF. DAVIS. 
Some Particulars of his Fiigiir. 



Board, a plan of 
CUltUIHl ColUgp. 

Hfsoltid, That they be and arc herebv au- 
thorized to send for such papers und docu- 
iiK-nts from the dillerent agricultural colleges 
of the country as may be necessary to aid 
them in mai%iDg such report. 

The committee appointed consists ol 
1)^. Mann and Kev. Jabez Brocks. 

The Board then adjourned, to meet at 
(1 enco'!, on June o, isdj, lor the pur- 
p< sa of examining the grounds design^ "^ 
for the fiirm and site of the college.. 

We understand that it i.i tha design of 
tht: Board to proceed with the erection 
of Jthc buildings and organization of the 
cc Uege and farm as soon as it can possi- 
bl y be done. At the last session of the 
L gislature $5,000 were appropriated for 
a bommen^emcnt of the work. 



FROM FORT RICE. 
Sjx Soi«iicr$ Killed by Indians. 



A 1.01: AI. P.IPER. 

Somebody writes us as follows : 

"If the TrM* intends to continue to Ikj a 
loyal paper, and a supporter of the Govern- 
ment, i; had Tictter cease its attacks upon it, 
and its attempts to excite public odium against 
the assumption of necessary acts of yower. 
The Govemm^nt must not be crippled in the 
most haz;trdoas and critical work that lies be- 
fore it of winding up the rebellion. Obviously 
it needs its full powers for a 
time of great public danger_ 
As a friend of the Puehs I would say, leave 
canning with the doings of our patriotic rulers 
at Washington to the Copperheads, and not 
give the government reason to say "Save ns 
from our fr;ead.s." 

A REPUBLICAX. 

The writer of the above is respectfully 
informed that th3 Pke^s h is not now and 
never had tte remotest idea of being a 
"loyal paper" in the tense in which the 
phrase is evi lenfly used by him. I( lo be 
a "loyal paper"' it, is neccs.^ary to sink all 
independent judgment and con^icientious 
conviction in an cbscquions flunkeyism 
of the administration and a servile syco 
phancy of power; if to be a "su;)poiter 
of the government" it is necessary to be 
its parasite and its toady, kept to appliud 
all its acts and bribed to echo all its 
opinion', right or wrong, in the s imc 
monotonous strain of sickening and 
slavi^h a< quiescence — this paper is not 
now, sever was, and, God helping us, 
never wll be, a "lojal p.iper" or "a sup- 
porter of the Govcnmenl" of that par- 
ticular insect species. 

We propose always now, as always 
herttofbre, to e.xpress our own opiiuons 
through these columns, and not those of 
any other set of men, high cr low, and 
if a "Republican" does not like it, we shall 
be extremely glad to know that wa don't 
soit his pecni'ar style of thinking. 



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From private advices which we have 
received there can be no doubt but that 
th(? Sixttcnth Corps has lett Montgomery, 
and is now on the way to St. Louis, where 
a poitioii of the men will be discharged 
and the corps reorganized. 



A REPORT received by the Adjutant 
states (hat Sergeant Hugh McAlden, pri- 
vates John Morrison, John G. B'rede- 
rick, Alois Burzell and Michael W. La* 
ton, of company K, Ninth Minnesota, 
who were taken prisoners, died at Savan- 
nah during the month of October, 1SC4. 

The report al.'^o gives the names of 
private Thos. Mary of Co. A, who was 
killed in front of Spanish Fort. March 13, 
and private Oscar L. Tanner of Co. C, 
who was killed in front of that fort on the 
8tb of April. 



ll-ports have been received of a difH- 
culty with chr; Indiai}s at Fort Kice, 
winch is in General Sally's District on 
th; Missouri. General Curtiss tele- 
grif;hsGtn<!ral Sibley that the pickets 
aDuii.l the fort were driven in by Indians 
anl a fterd of povate stock stolen. 
Tl is herd probably belonged to the 5mi- 
grints who started foe Montana last year 
wib Capt. Fisk, but ve re compelled to 
relurn to Fort Rice, and await the devel- 
opuentd of another season, or abandon 
th« tiip. A number of them chose the 
foi mer course, and were there with their 
pr )perty h:ping to get through this year. 

ndian scouts who hive come in to 
Fdrt Wadsworth report that six soldiers 
an 1 two Indians were kdled during the 
fig Jt at Fort Rice, and that the Indians 
stde all the horses the soldiers were 
gu irding. 

O'ol. Dimon, of the United States vol- 
unteers, is in command of that post. 

— • » • « • 

luftyruiation l¥anted. 

Any returned soldier, or other person, 
having any authentic information relative 
to Corporal Louis C. Fimson, of compa- 
ny A, Ninth regiment Minnesota Volun- 
teer Infantry, of a later date than March 
14, ISG.i. will confer a great favor upon 
his anxious family and friends by imme- 
diately communicating the same, either 
in persoT or by letter, to Rev. Seth 
Barnes, St. Anthony, or J. B. Chaney, 
St. Paul. Corporal Timison was cap- 
turned at Guntown, Mississippi, m Jnne, 
1804, suffered at Andersonville and oth- 
er rebel "pens," was fin.ally paroled at 
GoMsboro, and sent to Wilmington, N. 
C. about, the fir-t of March, and was 
known to have been in hospital there on 
the 1 tth of that motTth, since which time 
his. fate is unknown to_ his family. 

■JVill loyal papers please copy the 
abive. 

1 — • ♦ « • » ♦ . 

Defense of the IVliiitary Court 

' ?he Washington Chronicle makes by 
fijrtbe best defense of the military trials 
at iV'ashington we have seen yet. It is 
as oUows : 

] t is clear there is a class of offenses 
wh eh can be properly fried only by ti 
mditary tribunal. They are defined to be 
frtsts arising in the land or rmlitary 
f'or:es, or in the militia, when jn actual 
serifice, in time of tear or public dan- 
ger."' 

A band of criminals are accused, on 
wt ghty testimony, of beng accessors to 
the a^'sassina'ion of the "Commander-in- 
chi »f of the army and navy of the United 
States, and cf the miliiia of the several 
States." If they had murdered the hum- 
blept soldier in the ranks of the American 
ari^iy, for a military purpose, a case 
wolild undoubtedly have arisen "in the 
land or military forces," which would 
have made them legitimate objects of the 
judgment of a drutnhead court-martial. 
Is their offense lessened, or are they to 
be granted an ur.constitntional privilege, 
on account of the e.xalred position ol 
their vit tim .' Are they to be tiied by a 
jury because they are believed to be the 
emmissaries cf a bell-gerent enemy, hired 
to kill the highest cflicer of our army, in- 
stead ol his lowest subordinatu? 

AVas the crime committed in time of 
war or public dangtr? General John- 
ston and thousands of other rebels were 
still in arms, and daily committing acts of 
hoktility. The plans of the criminals 
were probably arranged before the fall 
of Kichmond. If the period of the incep- 
tion and commission of the crime was not 
a 'lime of war,' what condition of society 
is essential to a disturbance of the peace 
of the nation? The President of the 
United States was murdered ; an assas- 
sin was hired to kill his constitutional 
successor; the Secretary of State was 
so violently assaulted that the preserva- 
tion of his life is almost miraculous. If 
an era marked by events like these can- 
not be characterized as one of "public 
danger," how is the placid serenity of our 
fortunate system to be disturbed ? 



correspondence of the N: Y. IIer«lj, , 

CriK.sTER, S. C. May ,12.— Readers 
will remember that Davis issued a procla- 
mation at Danville, on his arrival there, 
rhat proclamation was written by Banji- 
min, on a rough, dusty table, in the 
gloomy composing room of a country 
priming office. 

Mrs. Davis preceded her husband until 
he crossed the North Carolina line, when 
she rejoined him. 

•lust before Davis reached Greensboro 
he was almost surrounded by a detach- 
ment of Stoneman's cavalry, whb might 
easily have caught him had they known 
who he was. After leaving Danville, 
Uavis intended going immediately and 
directly far south. On arriving at John- 
ston's headqiarters. and learning of the 
terms of the convention between Sher- 
man and Johnston, and hoping that he 
would be allowed to leave the country, 
be altered his mind, and remained at 
Charlotte. It was frequently remarked 
that it was dangerous for him to do so ; 
but he invariably replied that he had too 
many friends, and knew the country too' 
well, to be caught by any of the forces 
in the Yankee army. 

Jeff. I*avis remained at Charlotte until 
12 o'clock on the day that the armistice 
expired. At 11 o'clock on that day his 
horse, a handsome, blooded bay, was 
brought to the door of the private house 
in which he was stopping. At 12, having 
learned that the terms of the aforesaid 
convention were rejected, he mounted 
his horse, and, accompanied by numer- 
ous friends and officials, rode off. At 
the same time 2,000 cavalry, under com- 
mand of Maj. Gen. Dibbrel, moved off 
with him, acting in the capacity of an es 
cort. 

That night Davis reached the vicinity 
of Lexington, where hi encamped. The 
next morning he took breakfast with 
James Madison Leach, ex-member of the 
United States Congress, and one of the 
body who styled themselves Confederate 
States Congress. Mr. Leach was report- 
ed to be strongly in favor of reunion. 

In passing through Lexington Davis 
was introduced by [Judge Freeman, of 
Mississippi, who was traveling' with him, 
to Dr. Dusenbury, a native of the place. 
The doctor invited Davis in to take a 
drink of apple brandv, and he did so. A 
brief conversation ensued. 
The doctor remarked : 
"Mr. Davis, our cause is lost." 
Davis replied, "Our cause maybe lost, 
but the principle for which we are con- 
tending will present itself at another 
time in another shape." 

He meant that there would yet be a 
conflict between the agricultural interest 
of the South and the manufacturing and 
commercial interest of the Nortu and 
Northwest. 

The conversation continuing, Dr. 
Dufenburv observed : 

" The masses of the people of the South 
wefe not prepared for self-government." 
To that he replied by saying, "Unlor- 
tunately it is so." 

During the whole conversation Davis 
looked careworn, fatigued and dispirited. 
He complained of sullering severely from 
neuralgia. 

Mr. Davis' private secretary told a 
friend that one hund.ed and fifty thou- 
sand dollars would cover a I the specie 
they had. 

\Vh«n Davis reacbetl Lexinpfon he sent 
two dispatches, in cipher, to Winnsboro, 
S C. It is reported that one of the dis- 
patches was intended to be got to Kirby 
Smith, ordering him not to surrender. 
The other related to arrangements for the 
escape of Davis and party from the <oast 
of Florida. Mr Davis said that if Kirby 
Smith would hold out they could carry on 
the w.".r fi.ra long time }et; that they 
would be reinforced by I'.iost of the offi- 
cers and men who escaped unparoled 
from Lee's and Johr.stou'a armies ; that 
they could form an aliiancc oirensive and 
defensive with Maximiiiin, and. perhaps, 
beside sustaining themselves in Texa.<, 
be able to soon roll back the tide of war 
to tliii side of the Mississippi again, and 
the lines of Virginia. Davis spoke as 
though he was confident of reaching Kir- 
"by Smith's headquarters in a short time. 



return at once to their duties as law 
abiding citizens, should be treated as 
outlaws. For myself, I yield that the 
cause IS hopelcis, and, Logan, if you will 
leave me two old mules to work a few 
acres of land with, in part pay for those 
that Sheridan's men took from me, I will 
go back to the plow and do my duty as a 
loyal citizen " 

^ Mr,iPfyor has a keen etnie of the face- 
tious, and interlards his conversation with 
highly entertaining jokes and compari- 
sons. Men of his intellectual caste can- 
not birt wield a power, and having been 
so prominent in times past, I have de- 
voted thus much to a conversation, that 
I regard as an index of the conduct for 
the future, of the most prominent leaders 
of the rebellion. 



FORREST'S FAREWELL ADDRESS. 



Doubts 



About tbe 
Forrest. 



Death of 



LATEST BY TELEGRAPH 

Xadacencau (• JEMicraSe ••■•k. 

^EW YoiiK, May 20. 
There is a great chance for Northern 
emigtants to the Southern States. Land 
that could not be purchased for less 
than $250 dollars per acre is now selling 
at $2 and $21-2 per acre. Already there 
is a plan with the aid of Northern cap- 
ital, in course of preparation, where large 
estates in Virginia will be cut up in small 
tracts, with a view to it» cultivation by 
Northern farmers. 



iim §^mtii»mettte. 



His Farewell Order to his Army. 



• I > ■ » 



ROGER A. PRYOR. 



A 'TalW With Ilini. 



Petersburg, Ya, Ccrrefpon<lcDce (Jlay 10) of the 
Cincinnuti Gazette. 

< om^iromised as he is before the peo- 
ple, north and south, by his wild, extra- 
vagant public speeches and private asser- 
tions, I cannot but pronounce the indi- 
vidual whose name forms the caption of 
these remarks, one ot the nioet logical — 
now that the sober second thought forced 
by tbe logic of stern, decisive events, is 
uppermost — the most vractical and alto- 
gether the most charming conversation- 
alist, when referred to the national crisis, 
that I have ever listened to. It will be 
remembered that Gen. Login and Pryor 
were members of Congress at tbe same 
time, and were somewhat intimately ac- 
quainted. Gen. Logan, on the arrival 
of his corps, pitched his tents blwcci- 
dent on grounds belonging to Pryor. 
On Sunday, Mr. Pryor paid the General 
a visit, and passed the afternoon in con- 
versation. Above the meJium height, 
well formed, with long hair, a smooth, 
beardless face, and a bright but lustrous 
hazel eye, Pryor looks more like a col- 
lege student than like a middle-aged, 
keen scholar, and bold, eloquent politi- 
cian that he is. 

I cianot, of course, do justice to even 
the small portion of the conversation I 
thought most interesting, for there was a 
freshness and originality of thought, a 
pleasant pungency of style, a clearness 
and purity of diction, and an honesty and 
logical profundity prevading the whole 
>'onversafion, that I am incapable of in- 
fusing into a report of it. In speaking cf 
tbe escape of Davis, Pryor said in sub- 
stance, ttiat "I don't care much if they do 
catch him, and yet I would not li«e to 
see him hung. It is only cheatiifj; t'u; 
grave of a few years. However, he c'c- 
serves banging for seizing the gold of the 
banks of Richmond, if for nothing else.'' 

In speaking of Henry S. Foote, late 
of the rebel congress, he said : "I don't 
think, Logan, that you treated the old 
man right. He has certainly, in the past 
year, done as much to thwart the aims of 
Jeff. Davis, by his bold and unparalleled 
denunciations of Davis and h'S govern- 
ment as any man north has done in a civil 
capacity." "I think," said Pryor, "that 
the boldest denunciation and defiance of 
the confederate government that could 
be made, was made by Foote, He was, 
at heart, opposed to secession, and roi'a- 
ing but his prominence as a public man, 
ever threw him into complicity with se- 
cession. If it is the intention of the gov- 
ernment to bang all those who were the 
instigators and leaders of tbe rebellion, 
they should not hang Foote, I consider 
myself amenable, for I acknowledge that, 
from the first to the last, I have labored 
for the success of the rebellion," 

His views on the present aspect of af- 
fairs were expressed as fol'ows: "We. 
have been lairly whipped, and I think 
that such men in Lee's and Jobkton's ar- 
mies as do not lay down their arms and 



Caij!o, May, 19. — Memphis papers of 
yesterdRf evening say there seems to be 
some mistake in tbe report to which they 
gave publicity in regard to the killing of 
of General Forrest on the 13tb*)nst, 
Persons who lately came through the lines 
claim to have seen and talked with him on 
the Mississippi as lateas tbe 15th. The re- 
port of his death seems to have been 
founded on the fact that bis life was 
threatened by an old gentleman from 
Kentucky, (wo of whose sons it is said 
Forrest had caused to be shot without 
trial. 'Ibe offense was absence from 
their regiment without leave. 

The address of General Forrest to his 

soldiers, announcing General Taylor's 

surrender to Gen. Canby. is as follows : 

Headqiakteks Forkf.st'.s Cav Corps, > 

Gainesville, Ala., May 9. \ 

Soldlerj : 

By an agreement made between Lieut. 
Gen. Taylor, commanding the depart- 
ment of Alabama and Mississippi and 
East Ixjuisiana, and Major Gen. Canby, 
commanding the United State forces, the 
troops of this department have surrend- 
ered. Idonot'hink it proper or necessa- 
ry at this time to refer to the causes which 
have reduced us to (his extremity, nor Is 
It now a matter of material consequence 
to us how such results wtre brought 
about. That we are beaten is a self-evi- 
dent fact, and any further resistance on 
our part would be justly regarded as the 
very height of folly and rashness. The 
armies of (ienerals Lee and Johnston 
having surrtindered. you are the last of all 
the troops of the Confederate States ar- 
my east of the Mississippi river to ley 
down your arms. The cause for wjlieb 
you have so lo^g and manfully struggled, 
and for which you have braved dangers, 
endured privations and sufferings and 
made so many sacriCc s, is to day hope- 
less. The go^ernment which we sought 
to establish and perpetuate is at an end. 
Reason, dictates and humanity demands 
that no more blood be shed. Fully real- 
izing and feeling that buch is the case, it 
IS >our du;y and mine to la^' down our 
arais, submit to the powers that be, and 
to aid in restoring peace and establishing 
law and order throughout the land. The 
terms upon which you were burreiidere<l 
are favorable, and should be satisfactory 
and acceptable to all. They manifest a 
spirit of inagra'umitv[and iiberaiiiy on tL« 
part of the Federal authorities which 
should be met on our part by faithful 
compliance with ail stipulations therein \ 
expressed. As your commander, I sin- 
cerely hope that every ollicer and soldier 
of my command will cheerfully obey the 
orders given, and carry out in good faith 
all the terms of the c^artel. Those who ne- 
glect the terms and refuse to be paroled 
may assuredly expect, when arrested, to 
be sent North and imprisoned. Let those 
who arc absent from their commands, 
from whatever cautc, report at once to 
this place or to Jackson Miss., or if too 
remote from either, to report to the near- 
est United States post or garrison for pa- 
role. A civil war such as you have just 
passed through naturally engenders a 
feeling of animosity, hatred and revenge. 
It is our duty to divest ourselves of all 
such feelings and as far as lies la our 
power to do so substituta friendly feelings 
towards those with whom we have so 
long contended and so widely but hon- 
estly differed. Neighborhood feuds, per- 
sonal animosities and private differences, 
should be blotted out, and when you 
return home, a manly, straightfor- 
ward course of conduct will secure the 
respsct even of your enemies. Whatever 
your responsibilities may be to the Gov- 
ernment, to socltty or to individuals, 
meet them like men. .The at'empt to 
establish a separate and independent con- 
federation his failed ; but the conscious- 
ness of having done your duty faitbfuUy 
and to the end will in some measure re- 
pay you for the hardship you have under 
gone. In bidding you farewell, rest as 
sured (hat you carry with you my best 
wishes lor your future welfare and hap- 
piue&s. Without in ahv way referring to 
the merits of the cause in which you have 
been engaged, your courage and deter- 
mination, as exhibited on many hard 
fought fields, has elicited tbe respect 
and admiration of friends and foes, 
and 1 :....v/ cheerfully and gratefully 
acknowried^f. my indebtedness to tbe ofH 
cers and lueu of my command, whode 
zeal, fidelity and unflinching bravery 
have been the great source of my past 
success. I have never, on the field of 
battle, sent you where I was unwilling to 
go myself, nor cculd I now advise you to 
a courpe which I could net myself pur- 
sue. You have been good soldiers. You 
can be good citizens. Obey the laws, 
preserve your homes, and the Govern- 
ment to which you have surrendered can 
afford to be and will be magnannious. 

N. 13. FORIIEST Lieut. Gen. 
♦ ■ ♦ « « 

From IVorth Carolina. 

Raleioh, N. C, May 15.— J. C. John- 
son, one of the wealthiest men in tbe 
South. died on tha 12th at 
h's I; )ii e. near Edentown. He 
d -:iih''ritv-d all bis relatives because 
they iJcntitied themselves with the rebel 
< mse. His property, .imounting to 
many millions, he left for personal 
friends. 

In the absence of mail faciliteis and all 
intelligence, the. rieople in the interior of 
this State are afflictfij wi'h ruifiors anil 
reports both alarming and ridiculous. 

It is reported that Jeff. Davis and his 
Giincra's are organizing a large army on 
the other side of tbe Mississippi, and that 
France has recognized the Confederacy. 
This leads Johnston's nn<l Lee's paroled 
men to suppose they will \w. called into 
the service again. Many of these parol- 
ed men are preventing people from bold- 
ing Union rneetin<{S, on the ground that 
they are Ihble to be called jnto the field 
aagin, and it is their duty to suppress at- 
teiDpi.s :.' return the State to (he Union 
while tluv are soldiers. It would not be 
safe for Northern Union men to remain 
in any place in the South after the with- 
drawal of our troops, unless tbe n'^^roes 
are used for garrison duty. 

» I » I < 

Di*ctaiftr«re of C^rnvml^^c^mtm. 

Washingt'on, May 20. 
The whole number of convalescent 
f oldiers in hospital here to be discharged 
will be five thousand. Their papers are 
being^nade out as fas( m possible. 



C^avral Wwn»%'m Unier. 

Caiho, May 19, 
Gen. Forrest issued an address to his 
troops, announcing the surrender of Dick 
Taylor, and directly advising (hem to lay 
aside all feelings of animosity and re- 
venge, and cheerfu'ly submit to the 
powers, and to go home and be good 
citizens, and use their best exertions to 
restore peape and or.ler. 

The Memphis Bulletin says the story 
<Jf Forrest's death is untrue. 



Crockery Importing House 

WILL h£LL 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 

*o., • , 

A.t XCasterii Prices, 

with r.»8S than freight added , A large stock cf 

ITable Cwtlerj-, 

Oa.r1>oii Oil A ILuinps, 
lLiOoiiin§g <Sr]af«>HeM, 

Bt*lta.nxiia, 'Wa.re, 
Tea 'X-rays, Ac, 

for (ale at latest GO LD PRI CES. 

189 fc 191 Third 3treet & Bench htrte , fct. Paul, 
feptio 



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ll(«aMi«r (iHak. 

St. Lovis, May 20. 
The steamer McCombs with a regiment 
of cavalry for Kansas City, and heavily 
laden with government nTreight, sunk in 
the Missouri river yesterday. No lives 
were lost. The boat and cargo are a 
total loss. Value not ascertained. 



jBjTe.'ograi'i.i 

W*w Ttfrk atoney <MarS(«(. 

Nkw York, May 20—1 ::J0 p. m. 
Gold dull without decided cliange ; opening at 
♦ l.:tl, declining ti> l.:)!)'*, cosing a. l.ao=,. 
Ex|K)rt8 of scecle $-,'l(i,ri8. 



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A Bitnation as Bookkeeper by one who has bad 
two jeara' experience. Goad references given. 
Enqoireat <h!8ofDcc. intS3-3t* 



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Parties wishing to make the (rip overland to 
PayHed, Lake Supetlor, can find tcims, tent , 
.ampingutaniiU 4c.. byappi ing t) WEBB at 
DAILY ft RVDBB'-ioffloe. nuiy3l 1m 



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N^NE BDT FIRST R4TiS h EED APPLY. 

Minnetpo is. Ma; 20, IStfS, 

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9KOIVTH.— 1 want A gfinU evfry- 
h' re, at j|70 a mrnti, expenses paid, 
toe 11 J''! 'teen Articles, the besc eelling ever of 
fereU. Ki'll part'cu^arH free. Addreiig •TIS T. 
GAREY, Biddeford Maine. mi2t-dw3ffio 



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Six or KigKt Grood Miaehimsts, 
None but competent m<<n need apply. 

LnE & MARDENUKKGH. 
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IMPOiRrAJVT NOXICE 

TUCHELT & HOFFMAN 

Wo«Id regpectrilly announce that they have just 
recelvi^ a very large stock of 

TOBACCOS 

Chewing «fc Smoking. 

We confidently gute that we now have the 

Best Urand of Che-wring 

that is manufact ired in this coantry or any other 

Our Stock of Smokine, 

both for extent I. nd variety is not equaled in this 

city. We ala j make a specialty ot trade in 

C I O.A.R S, 

Both foreign anc domestic, which we are now 

gelling very low for the times. 

Give us a call, try us, and see for yoursMves. 

49* Store at 1 uchelt's old stand on Third St 

F.W.TUCUELT. CHA8. HOFFMAn' 

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•n-T..?Ji,".'^I'i*^ <"■ Tom, constantly on hand at 
VERMILLION MILLS, HaBtings, Minn. $15.00 
PerTon. STEPHEN GAKDNKR. 

in20 2w* 



(laving boen thoroughly refllt'd a^d strength- 
ened the past wlnt'<r, will make 
RKGXJI.,AR TRIPS 
FOR THE COMINU SEASON BETWEEN 

Portage lake & Superior Chy, 

STOI'PIXO AT IXTERMEDHTK TOINTS. 



Shippers ol" Cattle and Lumber 

will n. d It for their intere«t to ship by onr boat. 

11 the p.opleof the upper Peninfu a will giv» 

ug their pitronaifp.thev can have a n-gular boat " 

All inquiries ^hoHld be artdresf^ed to 
Cakt. CHAtJ. K hIKTLAND, Uoughton.Mich., 
or KICL BKOTBERS, Milwauko*-, Wi»., and 
CUA:-. H. KICE a CO., Chicago, Illinois. 

awL.ke Superior Bupplios bjught, packod and 
sh'ppfd at lowest rates and with despatch. 

miyst .'imog 

WUOL CAROBIt— On ehort ncticG,and 
in the be t manner, by tlm sub criber at 
Ula new Carding hill, thr e quarti-rs of a mile 
northwest of «.annon FalU v.liagc, Goodhue 
Couiirv, Minnei-bta. 
ffia23- SUEOMAN HALE. 



COatPAKY. 



Tlifl unders'gned having puro'sased the inter- 
est of Chax. eiyuiondg, will h^rf after carry on the 
loe Bufineis in this city under the name of th>> 
Ut. Paul Ice Compaay. 

J. R. CLEVKI.4.ND. 
CUAS. EATON. 
St. Paul, May 22, 1805, in23 tf 

CHAWCBRY HA fcK— CIRCUIT COUUT 
OKTHK UNITED STATES OF AM KKIC.V 
—NINTH ClrlCCITlN AND EOR JlIEDIb- 
IRlcr OF MINNESOTA— as. 

David I*. Hcrriman. vs. Abram M. Fiidlcy, 
Betsy A. Frid.ey hh wife, and Ovid Finney. 

Foreolosnre in Chancery- Decrefl October term 
A. l>, 18(H, $5,.367.or, with interest and costs. 

Pursuant to the decretal ordor of tlie Cirruit 
Court of the Coiiei States of Americi 10.- the 
district aforessid, made in this cause at th* Octo- 
ber lerm A. n. ist4, cl said Court, ihe under- 
tinned, a special master in Chance y appointed 
by said Court to exf cute said decree, wiii aril at 
pullic auction to tbe hlghcot cash bidder on 

fyednesday, /ft« Sixth Day of July A. I). 18<>5, 
at eleven o'clock in tbe forenoon, nt tbe tront 
entrance to the place of holding said Court in 
Hrown'sboc<, Third stree ,in the CItv of St. 
Paul, in t^ald district of Minneuota, IlieroIIowing 
dercribed premises, to wl! : .'.ll tliofe tracts or 
rarcois oi land Ijinj^and being iathe Cuuntv of 
■Manomin in the S'ate ot Minnngota, described as 
follows, viz : The wegt hilf ot the soutn west quar- 
ter of sect on twenty six (20), and the cast half of 
ihe soutbrast qua ter, an 1 I .t tour (-1) ot s-'ctlon 
twenty-seven (4/) in township thiriy (.tO) n rth 
of range tweuty-lour (24) west, (excepting and 
reserving a strip of land from the S'.uthern por 
tiontf t*)e above do8crIl)ed ),reir.ises heretoion' 
conveyed to Henry JI. Kico by Theodore ( arring 
ton aid wil'"); alio the so'i.h liali of the n^^rth- 
eatt quartt*r uDd lot two(2)o( si-ction twenty-scv 
en( 7) uli being in thH township and rangeabove 
described; als.i the Eorthwest quait<-r of the 
soutlieait quarter of ►ccti.n twenty teven (2.") 
and lot thre*" (.1) in lection twcnrv. seven (2"), all 
in township thirty (.3u) north of lange t««en y 
lour (21) west, con^aiulcg In all three hundred 
and ninety-four ("',(4) acri'S and sixtj-nine huii 
drcdths («J» luo) of an acre, be the siine more tr 
less, together uit^ all the hereditaments and 
appurionances tl^jHnuto belonging ur iu anywise 
app<*;taiDing. '• 

ot. Paul, May 2.'», 1865. 
II. E. .MA^N, Sptcial Master In Chancery. 

R. B. G Al.UsH A, PiainUff's fcol citor. 
ma23-law-0;v 

^TATE OF IflJt^^.YBSOTA-COUNTY 
r5 OF RAMSEY— PHOBA IE CuURT. 

In the matter of the estate of Jeremiah AV. 
Selby deceased. 

To all whom is. may concern : Notice is hereby 
gven that we. the subscribers, were on tha lUth 
uay C'f M«y, 18ri5, appointed and c:)mmlssion«d by 
tu« Hon. R F. Cfow. II, Judge of th<« ProtNite 
Courtofsaid Uamspy County. ^.■omln^^sionErs to 
receive, exam:ne and adjust all claims and do 
mauds of. all pnr'^ons (gains' tbe sa'd deceased : 
tJiat six months from and afier said day have 
l>cen;a.lowed and lim ted for creditors to present 
heir claims t)us lor examination and allow- 
auco.aul thai we will on tha 1st and4*h (Saturday 
o! cacn and every month for tbe next six munths 
at 10 o'clock in the loreno'in, at( Com*iB' Book 
Store (next door to Post Office) in St. Pau , at- 
t' nd tu the discharge of our duties as commis- 
eioncrs afoiesaid, 

WM. 8. COMBS, 
ISAAC MsRKLEY. 

Commis.'ioners. 

Dated St. Paul, May itfth, I81J6. m23-law-4 w 



Onrridaythc 12th inst,, between St. Paul 
and St. Anthony, 

S4 GRAIN SACKS, 

marked "E. G." The finder will be suitably re- 
warded upon leaving the sama at the Pr ess ot&:e. 

my20-3t 

T A 1> I E M, 

If yon wish to preserve your Furs, Robes, 
Cloths, Blankets, Ac, from moths and other in- 
jects, go to Vawter tt Rose's and get a packet oi 
CEDAR CAMPHOR. 

Itnotonlypreserreg, butimpa'^ts a delighftil 
perfume^ m4-tf hdnads 

MB CElbEBRA'TEn PHAliOJV'S 



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R 8 A li £. 



S.SOO Acres Pine Zjands. 
We have tbe title direct from the Government. 
For saU in quantities to suit. 

Apply to SMILEY & WOODBURY. 

may6-.1m Anoka. 

Q-|Q;r A moKTH— A0BNIS wantkd 

(DA.mi*J cverywiurc to int'oduce the improved 
Shaw <Jf- Clark #20 Fiiniilp Uticitif; Murhinr, the 
o»/j/ low pric-> machin-) in th» country whi h is 
licenstd oy Grover « Faker, Wheeler & Wilson, 
Howe, Singer & Co. .and ka:h»lder -tW other 
macbinef now soil tor les ihan forty do lars 
each ar^ in/riH^cmeii/j, and th-< 8(-U raid user 
an lUibl'. to fine and imprisonmetit.' rahry ana 
expenses, or Urge ccmmlssioo, allowed Hub- 
tra:ed ctro .lars tent free. Address SHAW & 
CLAaK, Biddeford. M ai e. ira^l-dw.'rao 

J jr. uii^ii, 

Agent for the sale of 

Ne"w York and MicMgaja 
S ^ IL. T. 

LOWER LEVKK, ST. PAUL. 

aorlSt. 



Greateit le(iical Circular 
ET(r rablishtd! 



© 



_ Fifteen'** large 
letter pages for two 
S cent atMnpa. 




Yoangr Mon'a n«<llcal Aflviarr, 

Gratuttoud advice given in di-^>"aHes of the ner- 
rous, seminal, urirary and ffxual organs, in the 
reports ot the Heitern Meets ui .association, 
which are sent by mall in sealed envelopes, tree 
>f charge. The organization was formed to dls- 
penre new and rt-ii^ble trHatm<int, and is com- 
oosed of the weM known phyeiciats, to whom all 
letters must be addressed. 

DR,-i. JaCKsON, HERBERT fc CO., 

febll-eodAm Rox 43A. Cincinnati O. 



"Nisht Slooming Cereus," 
By the tingle bottle, dozen or grosg, at 

VAWIER & ROSE'S, 

ma St f No 111 Third Street . 

rpHE ^SICEST ana lll«at Reliable 

Sue and Insect Uestroyei* 
In the market cun be procured at the counter of 
metr VAWTER k RO.JK. 

NEW GOODS 

JUST ARRIVED 

ANn FOR S.^LH AT 

O'CONNER & KING 

Il&vejust opened a splendid assortment of 

Clothing, Hats and Caps, 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 
Embracing everything in the line of 
Scarf- Tiesy Shirts, Collars, Hosiery, 
and C>lovc8. * 

They have also a large stock of 

Nution«( and Fauey Goods, 

which they oflTer to 

Dealers, Peddlers and Auctioneers, 

being oonHdent they can cult all. We solicit 
a call. 

Third Street, St. Paul. 

Three doors above the Merchants Hotel. 
may9-3m 



NEW ]«I17»IC roM!HfcM'>WATlVF, OF 
THE DKATU of PEtSlDfcXT LINCOLN. 
ANATION WEEPS .if . W. Tnmer. .30 

"Mournful I 0, tearful, Columbia to.day I 
Sorrow iind sadness objuring the w y " 

'•LITTLE TA1> Turner. .TO 

As Mr. Lincon lay dying his wife Imolored him 
fospeakloher Imt finding him unable to do so 
she Irantieallyei claimed, 'Where's Tad? Brine 
litt le Tad ! He s Iways loved Tad : he will speak 
to him." *^ 

NKAiticn MY GonToTiiFF. Song and Quar- 
tet As sung oil th« oorasion of services com- 
memorative of the death ol President Lincoln. 30 

In Me.M()|{IA» . in honor of President Lincoln 
—a Funeral .Mar Jh Dr. F. Basse. 30 

KKijUiKM Maucii W.O. Fisk. 40 

FtJNKRAi. Mai;ch, performed at the Funeral 
of Presi(*ent Lln!oln. Donizetti. With an ele- 
gant Vignette. 4( . Plain. :W. 

1 he above sent post paid, to any addresa on re- 
ceipt of thepjice 

OLIVER DITSON & CO., 
m 20 t.ch Bosto n. 



CAPTURE OF JEFF. DAVIS. 



Greenbacks as Good as Gold 



NEW GOODS 

JTJ»T liECEIVED. 



Having perfect onfldoace that our currency 
wl 1 sorn be worth its lace in gold, I will ell my 
entire giock ot 



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Silver and Plated Ware, 

DIAMOND GOODS- 
IT' ANCY GOODS, &C., &;C., 

AT PRICES BASED ON GOLD. 
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. 

I am constantly recelvicg 

Ne-w Styles or Ooodet, 

and invite all to call and examine. 

Particular attention paid to the 

REPAIRING OF FINE WATCHES. 

I devote my personal attention to that branch 
of the baslacss, andallpersonileavicg work with 
me cau be sure of having it dene qnlckly and well, 

Cloolts and Jewelry Repaired. 

I>anion Grrecnloaf^ 



raai«-tl 



Corpar Third and Rot>ert streets, 

St. Paal 



TJB»(»OIV8 VtASUJUICl 

Fancy Toilet Soap, Hair, Tooth 
or TCail S rushes. 

Can find Just what they want at * 

VAWIER * ROSE'S. 
mk7-tt 

T VT n IB JB R. 

We have now on hind a large stock of 

!Buildins Hiumber, Fenoins, 

Ji^ickets, iScc., 
Which we offer for sale at the lowest prices. 
Lumber yard on First Street. 

AaKENY KOBINSON i CLEMENT, 
Manufacturers of 1 uml>er, 
my-ly-lstH* Minneapolis, Mian. 

Saint Paul Marble Works. 

Cor. of Third Sc Kxchanse Sta., 

(Near the old American Honse.) 



NEW GOODS. 

The subscribers Lave formed a copartnership un- 
der the Arm name of 

GEO. BENZ & C6., 

For tb.^ purpose of doing a 
WHOLESALE AND IMPORTING 

BUSINESS IS • 

WINES AND^ LIQUORS. 

Cieuuiuc RlieniNli l%iucN, 

• (Direct importation,) from Germany, (all the 
vintage,) kept (onstantly on band; also, ex- 
tra fine 

Brandies, Sherry & Port "Wine, 

For medicinal i urposes— by tbe bottle, gallon 
or cask. 

As the summer sciaon is .ipproaching. Retail 
Dealers and privn to parties will do well to ex- 
amine and purchi se some oi our 

CATAWBA AND CLARET AVINES, 

for coding Summer Drinks. 
Store JC"©. 310 Third Street, 

Brown ■« Block, St. Paul. Minn. 

OCO. JBBirz * CO. 

GEO. BKNZ. ) 

K. A. RENZ. i myl91m 

Six Uwelling- Houses 

FOR SALK. 

Prices— $1,000; $1,400; $2 250; $2,500 $3,260; 
$4,000. 

HENRT McKENTY, 
Dealer in Real Estate. 
S» Psnl May l.i, 18fl5 mieiw 



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ALX VM.xmaA.wt., 



We now can furnish pure Malt Vinegar as 
low as common a 3d adulterated vinegar landed 
from below. 

DREWfiK' ft 6REIQ. 

Orders can be Isft with L.B. * C. Greig Third 
s treet, 8t. Paul. aprU(-2v 

o]v »aiJe. ~ 

Fonrieoond-ha id Wagons, two Sledges, one 
Sleigh, two Cows and Calves, two Mares, one 
Horse, two Plow* , one Feed Catter, one fl^ Oc- 
tave Piano, one Ji'elodeon. 

AJLMRSn RfOORB'S. 
V .uctlon Rooms , M st., S t. Paul. 

New Mufiic. New Music. 



PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S GRAND MARCH. 

A brilliant and thowycomposition. but not dif- 
ficult. Price 90 ciints. * 

"WE'LL SCO> BE MARCHING HOME." 

Song and Chen n. This patriotic and fptrited 
song. allhouKh but quite recently published, has 
nl.-eady attained un immense popularity in tbe 
Western ^tatcs. Price 30 cents. 

"SOON THIS WEARY WAR'LL BE OVER." 

Song and Chon s. An easy and graceful melo- 
dy, in the popular style. 

•'THE DEATH KNELL IS TOLLING." 
Qnartette A Kequiem, inscribed to the mem- 
ory of our late l)e;oved President, Abraham Lin- 
con. Price aOc. 

4bt- Either of tie above will bo mailed, post- 
paid, on receipt of 'he price, bv 

OLIVER DITSON k CO.. 
2'i7 V\'ashington St., Boston, Mass. 
Or I.YOM <lc HEAI<Y, Publishers', 
Cot. CUirk and Washington sts., 
ml9-3t Cbioago, HI. 



IS OTICE. 

All persons are lierbv noliflad not to pirohase 
any Bond -il-tued by the Town of Arlington, Sib 
ley County, Minnesota, in the veir 1864, as the 
legalitvol said bi.nds is questionable. 

i^iblisnedby orler ot 'lown Board. 

HERKY BUSSE, 

ml8-ltw C lerk of TowH. 

F-OJa SA.LE. 



The'armknownasthe 
'X'a.iiiieir' 8 ILialce Fa.i:*m» 

In washinston C<>nnty. f>om four to five miles 
from St. Paul -well improved, with a line 

Bai'ii, Dvs'elliiig House Sec 

Containing atwiit i;6aeres, 50 acres of which 
are under oultivat ion. The above desimble Carm 
willb4 sold CHEAP. 

Apply to Dr. J. H. STEWART, or HENRT J. 

BORN, St. Paul. 

m16-lw 

DYSPEPiriA AND PITS ! 

FKX8 — A. Mora I Care for these distressing 

^.complaii ts is now made known In a 
FfTfi— Treatise on Foreign and Native Herbal 

— preparat ons, published by Doctor O. 
FJIXft— PIIEUPSBBOWN. The presoiption 

— wasfurrished tiira in such a providea- 
WKXS — tial manner that he cannot conscien- 

— tiousiy I'efose to make it known, as it 
CKXS — has curt d ever\ body wlio has used it, 

— never having failed iu a single case It 
FlXii — Is equal y sure in cases of Fits as of 

— Dyspt^ps a, and the Ingredients may t>e 
rCXti — obtaiucc fTom any Drjggist. 8«>b( 

— fr*e to all on receipt of nve cents to 
FXX#— prc-pav postage, «.c. Address Dr. O. 

— PUELPiBKOWN, No. JU Grand St., 
g rXB— Jersey City, N.J. mylO-dfittatw 

Pianos a.t: .i^fVuction. 



E. 



C. rAIiXIKM, 



Attorney and Counselor at Law, 
HeywarA's Block, Third street. 



Office in 



All kinds of MARBLE WORK done *o ord«r. 

Particular attention given to CONTRACTS 

for large MONUMENTS, or any kind of FANCY 

or PLAIN MONCMKNTAL WORK. 
ALL WORK WARRANTED. 
Jl^ Now is the time to leave your Spring or- 
ders. 

O. 9. AKraiCB, 
febZS-ly Axent tor the Compaay. 



We will sell at. faction, on Wednesday, May 
2lth, atllo'c'ook. 

Three Ne-w "7 -Octave 
ROSE%VOOI> MA3VOS, 

One made by dickering & 9ons,one by Groes- 
tceo & Co., and one by Uayes & Elder. Also, 

One Second-hand 6K-Ootavo 

PIANO, 

ICade by Gilbert. 

One New 5-C«tave Prince Melodeon. 

Wc would call I he attention of persons in want 
of good instruments to this Fale, as itwiUbe pos- 
itive and the in^t rumeats all warranted. The in 
strum^nts will b < on exhtbitijn at the place of 
8al<<, in Mackubii '» Block, on Washington street, 
after Monday th« 22d cf Mav. 

TxRHHer Sale— One hilf.'Cash; the balanoe 
approved t>antatle paper, at sixty days. 

«. k J. M. WARNER, 

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CLOIK EmBLISHMEIIT. 

. la addition to oar large general itoek of 

i> R, "if ooor>s 

we have fitted up an lextcnsire 

(I0.1K AND mm itOOIH 

where always can be found a 

FULL ASSORTMENT 

S A CJ <^ XJ E S, 
O IgR, C U L A R S , 
BA.S<^XJETIIVES, 

FRENCH JACKEXS, 

Alio a full assortment of 

SdUcMiieM' and dkildretf** 

cloa.k:s, 

BUGLE 0IINAM:EXT8 

And a full line of 

SUMMER SHAWLS. 

Which we are prepared to sell at aa 

LO\^r PRICES 

as they ean be parchas<!'l lt« tWa dtj. 

Q-ive us a Oall. 
E^L. F E L T»S. 

M ay 8, 186«. ' Utp.iB2-2ia 



7-30. 



7-30. 



IMMIEBTSE tSAJLES 

or THE ORKAT] 

U. S. 7-30 LOAN 

AT THE 

Finst National Bank, 



The Be§t and Safest Investment 

FOR 

CAPITALISTS, GUARDIANS, SOLDIERS, 

and all who have moneyto rpare.' 

Interest Payable Semi - Annnally. 

No Taxes on this Investmerit. 

Notes in Fums cf Fifty Dollars and upwards. 
Bonds sent by Express free of charge. Payment 
to t>e made in National Currency or Eastern Ex- 
change. Interest allowed on one and twe years 
five per o^nt notes io exchange for Seven-Thirties. 

t. K. XHO.HPSOM, Agent. 
mlO-tf-lstp 

HUMANHAIR 1 




Sridse Square, St. Paul* 

Wig Maker & Importer of 
HUMAN HAIR, 

Wigs, Braids, Bands, Curls, &c, 

MAKUFACTURED BY HIMSELF, 

And warranted of the Best Material and Work- 
manship, at PRICES WHICH UEFl COMPE- 
TION. 

Orders by Mail or Express will receive prompt 
attention. 

Privste rooms for Ladies' Hair Dressing, Frlx- 
zinir. Shampooing and Dyeing. 

The only U BO WN DlElnthe world applied 
and for sale. 

N. B.— Gentlemen's Hair Cat with Jadgnent 
and taste. 

BRIDGE SQUARE. ST. PAUt 

ap<»-ly-lst1f 



farm: EK.S 

Don't order until yon see the 

WOOD^S 
Self-Rake Reaper! 

A!fD 

WOOD'S 
I»PIIZE ]WCOW»]R. 

They are like General Orai\]^ 

Victors in Every Contest. 
BIttELOW, MURDOCK & CO.. 

ecmanal Agr«nt*« 

mohl5-l7-lst11 

tBim i»m. Mm h." DomrauiT 

On^ SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL 

DENTIST, would respectfully Inform the cdti- 
xsns of St. Paul, that ne has opened an offioe la 
iiogers' Block, over the Express OlBoe. New 
and Improved artifloial Teeth Inserted on Vuloan- 
ite Plate, which for biaaty, comfort, dniability 
and cheapness far excel anything now In ns«, 
Ti^th also inserted on Gold and Silver and war- 
ranted to give satisfaction. 

Extracting, AUing and all operations on tbe 
Teeth done tr a superior manner, with Uttle 
pain and on mL-d>>rate terms. 

The Profession supplied with Teeth from the 
Iwst manufacturers. apt ly 



THE VERY LATEST 

€loth§, Cassimeres, Testings, 

GENTS' FURNISHING [GOODS, 

HATS AND CAPS, 
ATT CJOST! 

For the Next Sixty Days, 

This is nohambug, as the goodsmnstbe soldia 
order to raise money. The public will do well to 
eiU and secure bargains before tbe best selections 
are gone. 

B. Eokiord 

Third Stneet. 
Vext door to Ingersoll'a Hall, 
mO-«w-lst p Near the brldy 

flxperienoed "Woolen "Weaver*, 

AT THX 

NORTH STAR WOOLKir MILLS. 

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•■>«■• -.-DAILY PRESS-By mail. 



por .nnam;or"$l.'(»per*m<>nt»>. i^iariabty in ad- 
for »ix month*; #1.75 for three mouth*. 60c. f«r 

" W^KMY PRESS-Onecopy. one ye.r. $2.50; 
,U month.. $l.Z5; dub, of f"" Jf P»r.«^ °°« ^.^ 
«9 00; Club* ot ton ooples. one>fe«r, »-'0.00, clnM 
of twenty cop»e«, one year, #40.00. 



THE ASSASSINATION TRIALS. 
The Secret Session of Friday. 



A Synopsis of the Evidence. 



STA-RXLINGS- UISGLOSURHS 



KKVrS ITBaiS- 



Proceedings of Wednesdav and 
Thursday. 



—By official correspondence with Gov. 1 ^j^^ court-martial 
ndrew, Gov. Oftlesby has been informed pppgjdent'u asssss 



Andrew. 

that jQst previous to the cfiptnre of Rich 
mond, and when all was confusion in the city 
a pristmer of war, by the name of John F. 
Locke, private in company E. 39th Massachu- 
setts volunteer infantry, olh army corps, went 
nto the office of Mnjor Turner, in the Libby 
prison, seized some Union tlags that were 
hanging there as trophies, and going to the 
third storv of the building, next to the Libby, 
flung the Stars and Stripes to the breeze, 
while the rebels were rapidly leaving the city 
in the street below. Locke took the tlag to 
Governor Andrew, and the Governor writes 
that the flag belongs to some Illinois regi- 
ment and will be sent to Governor Oglcsby 
upon his order. Thus the first Union flag 
raised in Richmond was an Illinois tlag by a 
Massachusetts soldier. 

It is estimated that the quantity of 

cotton held in the South, subject to the twen- 
ty tive per cent, tiix, is two million bales ; that 
not less than half a million bales will become 
the property of the Government. It cannot 
immediately be brought to market ; and it is 
thought that no very largo proportion of it 
will be received before next fall or winter. 

— In the House of Lords on the 4th 
inst. Viscount Sidney, the Lord Chamberlain, 
and in the House of Commons Lord Probythe, 
Comptroller of the Household, brought up 
her Majesty's reply to the addrcsain reference 
to the assassination of Fresident Lincoln. 
which was as follows : "I entirely participate 
in the sentiments you have addressed to me 
on the assassination of the President of the 
United States, and I have given directions to 
my Minister at Washington to make known 
to the government of that country the feelings 
which you entertain, in common with myself 
and my whole people, with regard to this de- 
plorable event." 

-Tbe Houston Telegraph, of April iSth. 
published the speech of General Magruder at 
the war meeting the day previous. Magruder 
said he saw nothing discouraging in Lee's 
surrender it the people of the Trans-Missis- 
sippi would keep up the determination to 
fight it out. He closed by saying: "Come 
what may I shall sund by my country and 
never be a slave to Yankee power. I had 
rather be a Camanche Indian Chief than bow 
the knee to Yankeedom. I will only add that 
we have neighbors near at hand. I don't feil 
at liberty ^> say anything further cojceming 
the matter at present, but it may be that we 
may have, and from a source unexpected, 
and at a time when we least dream of it. 
Therefore, let us stand by our leaders and all 
will yet be well." 

— The PastatLya, editorially, that it has 
information from a trustworthy official source 
that a dispatch in cipher was fonad m Booth's 
pocket. A paper in cipher had been previ 
onsly found in Jeff. Davis' house in Rich- 
mond. This paper was not supposed to be 
ot importance until the one in Booth's pocket 
was compared with it, and by the use of it 
was read. The note proved that Davis was 
in [commanication with two of the men in 
Canada, for whom rewards have been offered. 
The subject of the correspondence was the 
assassination, which it is distinctly asserted 
Davis favored. 

— The Timts says General Ripley, of 
Rutland, Vermont, has in his possession an 
ingeniously constructed torpedo, made ex- 
actly to resemble a large lamp of coal, which 
was sent to him from Richmond by his son, 
Brevet Grigadier General E. U. Ripley, .and 
found in the private cabinet of Jeff. Davis, 
after his flight from that city. 

— The Times' special says : "Major 
General Franz Sigel has become connected | 
as leading publisher and editor, with the 
daily and weekly Baltimore Weker Staunct, 
a vigorous German Refjublican newspaper 
The new firm is Sigel & Schnauffer." 

— The Post says much excitement is 
caused in Brooklyn by the arrest ot a cart- 
man fur dumping in a vacant lot a load ot rags 
which emitted a foul stench. It is said a 
number of persons had been taken sick with 
spotted fever in the vicinity where the rags 
were stored in New York. On inquiry at the 
Inspector's office it was found that two cases 
of the so-called spotted fever were reported, 
but investigation proved both cases to be ery- 
sipelas. 

— The following significant advertise- 
ment appears in the Raleigh, N. C, Standard: 
"Head'iuarters Military Division of the James, 
Bichmond,Va.,May 8, 1865.— S25,000 reward! 
By order of the Secretary of War, a reward 
of 925,000 is hereby offered tor the arrest and 
delivery for trial of Wm. Smith, rebel Gov- 
ernor of Virginian. 

— The WorUTs Washington special 
says : " It is rumored that Maxmillian and 
Kirby Smith have negotiated an alliance, and 
hints that oar Government is closely watching 
movemenbi in that quarter." The same spe- 
0t cial says : " Mexican emigration agents have 
al)andoned the system of newspaper advertise- 
ments and recruiting offices, and have substi- 
tuted a system of silent organizations all over 
the country, corresponding one'with the other 
and preparing secretiy means of forwarding n 
large number of emigrants to the Mexican 
frontier." 

— It is understood that President John- 
son has sent for the editor of the Raleigh 
Standard and other Union men of North 
CaroUna for a personal conference. 

— When Gen. Halleck learned that Gen. 
Howard was intending to march the right 
wing of Sherman's army through Richmond, 
he telegraphed Howard he should not permit 
it, and his guards would be instructed to for- 
bid their passage of the pontoons. Howard 
flanked Gen. Halleck by removing his guards 
and substituting his own. 

— The one hundred and sixty bounty 
jumpers and brokers, caught by Col. Baker 
at Hohoken, a few weeks ago and subsequent- 
ly locked up there, were released yesterday. 
Some of the jumpers are on parole. 

— The PosCa Washington special says : 
" A delegation of Methodist clergymen visited 
President Johnson the other day. Bishop 
Simpson made an address, which the Presi- 
dent responded to." 

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Until Saturday last the proceedings of 

for the tritl of the 

ms were private, but 

the National Intelligencer of Tuesday 

publishes certain portions to which the 



The epidemic of Sudden and 
Tiolent Deaths. 

Almost an epidemic of sadden and vio- 
lent deaths seems lately to have prevail- 
ed. That of M. de Morny, of Pari8,was 
followed by that oL Mr. Lobden on this 
mde; then comes the assassination of tb 
Bussian acting secre'r \ , t \ "«tion 
Paris ; then the dean ' 
beir to the Russian cto>»i., and 
that of Mr. Lincoln. At the 



e 

at 

u youthful 

finally 

_— same time 

the public have been surprised by several 

renutrkable suicides, among which the 

most prominent have been two that were 

anuoL'nced the day before yesterday, 

namely those of Admiral Fitzroy, the 

well jEno\ ^ tind indefatigable head ol 

the meten ^ologieal <lepartment of the 

board of tra. ^> ** t^* "ge of sixty-ore, 

and Mr. Pres, **<?"» '*>« wealthy London 

baiiker, at the . ^* of sbc^-five. In ati- 

ther of these cas*. ^ ^'^ ^^^'^ any known 

cause other thao a B»orbid state of health 

frhich had been for t '•'°* ^'""^ pomipg on, 



njunction of secrecy need no longer be 
upplied. We make a synopsis of the 
important part of the evidence: 

IIKNRY vox STIENWCOER. 

Henry Von Steinacker. who had been 
on the staff of the rebel General Edward 
Johnson, as a Topogra^ihical Engineer 
Ollicer, testified that oa his return from 
Pennsylvania, after the battle of Gettys- 
burg, in July, 1863, he was riding alone 
near Swift Run Gap, when he was over- 
taken by ibree citizens, with whom he 
became acquainted, and found they were 
Irom Maryland. The name of one of 
them was' Booth, and that of another 
Shepherd. Bein^ shown the photograph 
of J. Wilkes Booth, he said he thought it 
was the sauje person, but that the man h^ 
rode with looked fuller in the face than 
the photographic representation. He 
was in company with Booth and his friends 
eighteen or twenty hours. They talked 
(reely, and Booth asked the witness what 
he thought of Confederate prospects. He 
replied that they looked rather gloomy. 
Booth replied, '* That is nonsense. If 
wo oJily act our part right the Confed- 
eracy will gain their independence ; old 
.\be Lincoln must go up the spout, and 
the Confaderacy will gain their independ- 
ence anyhow." Being asked by the 
Court the meaning of "Go up the spout," 
witness replied : ** It was a common ex- 
pression, meaning he must be killed." 
Booth said that as soon as tbe Confeder- 
acy was near giving out that act would 
be tbe final resource to gain its independ- 
ence. His conpanions seemed to agree 
with him in sentiment. On arriving at 
the rebel camp a secret meeting of rebel 
officei 8 was held, to which witness was 
not admitted, but Lieutenant Cockerill, 
of tbe 2d Virginia regiment— tlie same 
regiment to wLich Beall. afterward exe- 
i-uted, belonged — told Liiu a few days 
later that the purpose of th*^ meeting was 
to send certain officers on detached serv- 
ice to Canada and the border, to de iver 
prisoners, to burn northern cities, and 
finally to get af.er thi' members 
ol the Cabinet, and IJ'l tb« Pres- 
ident. That was the nain purpoae. 
He bad heard it more than a thousand 
timts, but bad considered it a mere b^g 
gadocia. He had heard thi plan men- 
tioned in the streets of Richmond, among 
those connected with the rebel Govern- 
ment. The latest declaration of the kind 
was after the battle of Chancellorville. 
when a General — he believed General 
Kilpatrick — was on a raid near that city . 

MRS. M.\RY HCDSPETH, 

of Harlem, New York, in November, 
1864, was riding in the Third Avenue 
cant. New York city, and noticed two 
young men m tbe car, one of whom wore 
faUe whiskers, whom on being shown 
Booth^s photograph she identified it as 
being him. The other^s name was John- 
son. Boorh was very angry because it 
bad not fallen on him to go to Washing- 
ton, and because be bad been sent else- 
wbiire. One of the men left the car at 
Twenty-seventh street, and shortly after 
witness' daughter, who was with her, said 
she had dropped a letter. [The witness 
had some letters which she was taking to 
the Post Office.] Afterward she found 
that the letter she had picked up did not 
belong to her. It must have been drop- 
ped by one of the men, for she saw them 
exchange letters. There were two letters 
in one envelope. The letters were then 
presented and read to the Commission 
as follows : 

••De.\r Louis: The time has at last 
come that we have all so wished for, and 
upon you everything depends. As it 
was decided before you left, we were to 
cast lots. Accordingly we did so, and 
you are to be the Charlotte Corday of 
the nineteenth century. When you re- 
member the fearful, solemn oath wbi(5b 
we have taken, you will leel that there is 
ro drawback. Abe must die, and now. 
You can choose your weapons. The cup, 
tbe knife, tbe bullet. The cup failed us 
orce, and might again. Johnson, who 
will give this, has been like an enraged 
demoi/ since the meeting, because it has 
not fallen on him to rid tbe world of such 
a monster. He says the blood of his 
gray -haired father and bis nobfe brother 
call upon him for revenge, and revenge 
he will have ; if he cannot wreak it upon 
the fountain head, he will upon some of 
the blood-thirsty (nnerals. Butler 
would suit him. As ciir pUns are all con- 
cocted and well arranged, we have sepa- 
rated, and as I am writing — on my way 
to Detroit — I will otly say that all rests 
upon you. You know where to find your 
friend. ' Your disguises are so perfect 
and complete that without one knew your 
face, no police telegraph dispatch would 
catch you. The English gentleman — 
Harcourt, must not act hastily. Remem- 
ber he has ten days. Strike for your 
home, strike for your country ; bide your 
time, but strike, sure. Get introduced, 
congratulate him, listen to h is stories ; 
not many more will the brute tell to earth- 
ly friends. Do anytbina; but fail, and 
meet us at the appointed place within thu 
fortnight. Enclose this note with one of 
poor Leenea. I will give the reason for 
this when we meet. Return by Johnson. 
I wish I could go to you, but duty calls 
nic to the West. You will probably hear 
from me in Washington. Sanders is do- 
ing us no good in Canada. 
"Believe me, ycur brother in love. 

"CHARLES SELBY." 

St. Louis, October 21, 1964. — Dear- 
est Htuband: Why do you not come 
home ? You left for ten days only, and 
now have been from home more than two 
weeks. In that time you only sent me 
one short note — a few (old words — and a 
check for money, which I did not require. 
What has come over you? Have you 
forgotten your wifo and child? Baby 
calls for pap until my heart aches. We 
areso lonely without ^ou. I have written 
you again and again, and, as a last re- 
source, yesterday wrote to Charlie, beg- 
ging him to see and tell you to come 
home. I am so ill, not able to leave my 
room ; if I was I would go to you where- 
ever you were, if in this world. Mamma 
says I must not write any more, as I am 
too weak. Louis, darling, do not, stay 
away longer from your heart-broken 
wife. Leknka. 

G. W. BUMCBR, 

clerk of the National Hotel, New York, 
testified that Booth was stopping at that 
hotel from Nov. 9th to 11th, 1864; re- 
turned Nov. 14th and left on the 16th; 
next arrived Dec. 12th and left Dec. 
17lh ; arrived again Dec. 22d and left 
Dec. 24th; arrived again Dec 31st and 
left Jan. 10th, 1865; arrived again Jan. 
12th and left Jan. 28ih; arrived again 
Feb. 22d and left Feb. 28th ; arrived 
March 25th and left April 1st; arrived 
again April 8th. During some of his vis- 
it* he was intimate with John McCuUocb. 
an actor, and J. W. Wentworth, ol Cali- 
lornia. Witness recognijted O'Laughlin 
~ho called irequently tQ pee 



was in Montreal last fall and saw Booth 
there. He recognized bim because he 
had seen him play ^ Springfield, Mfss. 
He saw him in Montreal talking with a 
man, who was pointed out to bim as 
oeorge Sanders. 

JOHN DEVKNY, 

of Washington, testified that he saw Booth 
talking with Sanders last fall in the St. 
Lawrence Hotel, Montreal, and saw them 
take a drink together at Dowley's saloon. 
He had seen Clay, Holcomb and Thomp- 
son in Montreal, and thought he had 
seen Booth in conversation with them, 
but was not positive. He was sure, how- 
ever, that he had seen him talking to 
Sanders. He himself spoke to Booth, 
and asked bim if he was in Canada as an 
actor. He said no, but that he was on a 
pleasure trip. He next saw Booh in 
Washington, on the 4th ol April, about 
5 r. M., near the Kirkwood house. He 
askvd Booth if he was going to play 
again. Booth replied that he was not. 
lor he was in tbe oil business. Booth 
shortly alter rode down the street on a 
bay horse. Witness was at Ford's . bea- 
tre that nighf. and saw the assassin leap 
from the President's box. He recognized 
him as Booth. 

LIKUTEXANT GKKERAL GRANT 

was the next witness called. He related 
how he met Jacob Thompson at Milli- 
ken's Bend in 1863, under a Hag ol truce. 
Thompjon saiJ be had declined a military 
position in the rebel service, and bad ac- 
cepted a civil commission as Inspector- 
General, with the rank of Lieutenant 
Colonel. The General was cross-exam- 
ined by the counsel for the defense as to 
the limits of the Military Department of 
Washington, and as to the operation of 
the civil courts in the department, but 
nothing of importance was elicited. 



the 



JOSEril 11. SIMON D3, 

Booth's business agent, testified in regard 
to Booth's oil speculations that he owned 
a third undivided interest at first in a 
lease of three and a half acres on the .\1- 
leghany river, near Franklin. The land 
interest cost $4,<>U0, on which bo paid 
$2,000. He also bought for .^1,000 an 
interest in an association owning an un- 
divided thirtieth of a tract. He never 
realized a dollar from these investments 
—they were in fact a total loss. He con- 
veyed all his inter^t in these purchases, 
on the 27th of September, 18(34, to his 
brother Junius Brutus Booth and to the 
witness, nominally with, but in reality 
without compensation. 

SAMUEL p. JONBS, 

a blind man, who resided in Richmond 
during the war, testified that it was a 
common subject of conversation among 
tbe rebel officers in camp that a reward 
would be paid to anj one who would 
go North and assassinate the President. 
They were cautious when any person 
came iK-ar not regarded as sincerely zeal- 
ous for I lio Confederate cause, and would 
gercrally change the subject, lie had 
heard a citizen make the remark that he 
would give $16,000 from his private 
purse, in addition to the Conlrderate 
amount, to have the President assassin- 
ated — to bring him to Richmond dead or 
alive, for proof. The witness, on being 
asked what was meant by "Confederate 
amount,'' said he only knew that it was 
a common phrase. He judged there was 
any amount of trashy paper offered by 
the rebel authorities to assassinate any 
official, or even citizen, who was hinder- 
ing their cause. He knew of a Ken- 
tuckian named vVebster. who was at 
Richmond ostensibly to buy goods, also 
was arrested and hanged as a spy, and 
possibly the phrase might have been 
usttd in connection with his death. He 
had frequently heard rebel officers, whde 
sitting in their tents, say they should 
like to see Lincoln's head brought tbeie 
dead or alive, and they should think it 
could be done. Witness had also heard 
such things stated as they had certain 
persons undertaking it. 

S.\MUEL K. CUKSTER, 

an actor, testified that he had known 
Booth for several years ; that in New 
York city last November, after some pre- 
liminary and evasive conversation, about 
a great speculation that Booth wanted 
witness to go into, the former said there 
was a large conspiracy to capture the 
heads of the Government, including tbe 
President, and take them to Richmond. 
He invited the witness to join in it, prom- 
ising him two or three thousand dollars. 
Witness refused, but Booth continued to 
urge him for twenty or thirty minutes. 
Witness still refused. Booth then said 
that at least he would not betray him, 
adding that he dare not do so ; the pavty 
were banded together and could hunt 
down any one who would reveal their 
designs. The part he wanted Chester to 
do was to open the back door of Ford's 
Theater, hi-cause some one must do that 
who was acquainted with the building. 
He said evertbing was in readiness; sai l 
between fifty and two hundred persons 
were engaged in the con-piracy. Booth 
never mentioned auy connection of the 
rebel Government wi h the plan. After 
conversation as late as last January, be 
wrote to witness urging him to join him 
and sending bim $.')0 to pay his expenses 
to Washington. Witness still refused. 
He had burned all the letters he bad re- 
ceived from Booth. 

Booth again camrf to New York and 
continued his entreaties. He told witness 
that he had tried to secure the services of 
another man named John Matthews, but 
Matthews was very much frightened and 
refused. Ou the Friday previous to the 
assassination Booth was in New York, 
and exclaimed to witness: "What an 
excellent chance I had to kill the Presi 
dent, if I had wished, on inauguration 
day." He did not explain what his chance 
was, only saying that he was very near 
Mr. Lincoln. On his last previous visit 
to New York — which was in February- 
Booth had remarked that their associa- 
tion was just then very short of funds, 
and that either he or some of his friends 
must go to Richmond, to obtain means 
for carrying out their designs. 

On the cross-examination the witness 
said that Booth told him in February 
that he had abandoned the idea of kid- 
napping the President. It was on the 7th 
of April that he mentioned his chance for 
killing him on inauguration day. In con- 
sequence of abandoning the kidnapping 
plan, he had sold off some horses which 
he bought to further it. He had furnish- 
ed witness with no details additional to 
those already given. 



Detective Lieut. Baker, published 
day after Booth's capture. 

During tbe recital of tbe incidents of the 
capture and death of the assassin, the 
Commission md audience listened with 
almost breathless interest. Conger's 
statement enchained Harrold, who seem- 
ed to be again going over the terrible 
scenes in which hetookparit; also Payne, 
who looked the picture of savage enjoy- 
ment when Conger came to that part of 
tbe testimony where Boath fell bleeding 
upon the iloor of fhe barn. 

Conger was asked if Booth made any 
other statement after he was shot than 
those witnesses had testified to, and he 
answered, • 'None." So this disposes of 
the often repeated report, given us up- 
on the authority of Col. Baker, that the 
dying assassin made certain confessions 
which it was not permitted to give to the 
public. When Conger stated that Booth 
called Harrold a coward, that prisoner 
seemingly smiled, and twisted about in 
bis seat. He seemed to take comfort, 
however, when it was proven that Booth, 
whilst at bay in the barn, referring to IL, 
said he had nothing to do with it — mean- 
ing the assassination, as it was supposed. 
Boston Corbett's name was ne.xt called, 
which produced a sensation. All eyes 
were turned in the direction of the door, 
rom whence the man who shot Booth 
was to enter. Corbett took the stand, 
tbe observed of all, esp6cially of the 
prisoners, who surveyed him with con- 
siderable interest. Corbett is a small 
man, about five feet four, and apparently 
about thirty years old. His hair is parted 
in the middle' of the head, and combed 
smoothly down. His voice is full, and 
his articulatifii very distinct. His atten- 
tion was called to the simple account of 
the actual capture, and be told his story 
ingeniously and modestly. Much sur- 
prise was produced by his statement that 
be proposed several times to his superior 
officers, that if they would permit him to 
go info the barn, he (Corbett) would 
take Booth. Up to this time we have 
hcatd no intimation of such a proposition 
Irom any of those who have given ac- 
counts of the capture. Corbett's sincere, 
artless manner in t^e presence of his 
hearers, with the truthfulness of his state- 
ment as ,^ witness, effectually removed 
the bad impression interested parties had 
endeavored to create against bim, by 
making it appear he acted entirely with- 
out authority and recklessly, and shot 
the assassin in the face of au order to 
take him alive if possible. It would ap- 
pear Irom Corbett's sworn statement that 
he was placed in the position be occu- 
pied, with instructions to watch the 
movements of the assassin, and fire when 
there was fear of his doing harm, and, as 
a witness in military parlance expressed 
it, the assassin drew the fire, and he shot 
the wretch, whom he believed was about 
to shoot some of his companions. Surely 
none of these men should have been 
sacrificed simply to take the assassin 
alive. 



Mike, bat learned from bis mother tb&t 
he had gone out with yoa, and had not 
returned. I concluded therefore, he had 
gone with you. How inconsiderate you 
have been. When I left, you stated we 
would not meet in a month or so, there- 
fore I made application for employment, 
an answer to which I shall receive durmg 
tbe weSk. I told my parents I had ceas- 
ed with you. Can I, then, under exis- 
ting circumstances, come as you request? 
You know full well Government is sus- 
picious something is going on, therefore 
the understanding is becoming complica 
ted. Why not lor the present desist for 
various reasons which, if you look into, 
you can readily see without my making 
any mention thereof. You know any 
one can censure me for my present course. 
You have been its cause, for how can I 
now come after telling them I had left you. 
Suspicions rest upon me now from my 
whole family, and even parties in the 
country. I will be compelled to leave 
home acyhow, and how soon I care not. 
No one was more for the enterprise than 
myself, and to-day I would be there 
had you not done as you have by 
this mean manner of proceeding. I am, 
as you well know, in need. I am as you 
may say in rags, whereas to-day I ought 
to be well clothed. I do not feel right, 
stalking about without means and from 
appearances a beggar. I felt my de- 
pendence, but soon this was forgotten, 
for I n as one with you. More proposi- 
tions will arrive yet. Do not act harshly 
or in hailo. I would prefer your first 
way.' Go and a»e how it will be taken in 
R.'D., and ere lorig I shall be better pre- 
pared to again be with you. I dislike 
waiting, and would sooner verbally make 
known my views, yet you know waiting 
causes me thus to proceed. Do not au- 
gur a pause from this. Weigh all I have 
said, and as a man and a friend. You 
cannot censure, for you have made my 
conduct. I sincerely trust this nor 
nought else that should or may occur will 
ever obliterate our former friendship. 
Write me to Baltimore at B. 

Ever. I subscribe myself your friend, 

SAM. 

Wm. H. Wells, the colored-servant of 
Mr. Seward, Sergeant Geo. F. Robinson, 
bis nurse, and Major Seward, his son, 
gave their testimony on Thursday as to 
the attempted assassination of Mr. Sew- 
ard, and identified Payee as the assassin. 
The details differ in no respect from those 
already given to the public. 



CA-TTTION BTROM THCB5 

AMERICAN WATCH CO. 



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It having c3ina to our knowledge tluit imita- 
tions of the American Watch have been put upon 
the market in great number, calculated by their 
utter worthlcssness to Injure the reputation of 
our genuine prodncte, to pratect oar own inter- 
ests and the public from impasition, we again 
publish oor trade marks by which our Watches 
may invariably t>e known. 
We manufacture four styles of Watches. 
The first ha* the nama. 

"AMBKICAN WATCH CO.,Wallham,Ma88.," 
engraved on tbe Insilde plate. 
The second has the name 
"APFLETON, TRACY ft CO., Walthtm, 
Mass," engraved on the inside jilate. 
The third has the name 

"P. 8. BARTLETT, Waltham, Mass.," en- 
graved on the inslda plate. 

All the a)>ove styles have tbe name American 
Watch Co. painted on the dial, and are warranted 
in every respect. 
The fourth has the named 
•• WM. ELLEKV, Boston, Mass.," engraved on 
the inside plate, and is not named on the dial. 

All the alKivf degcril>ed watches are made of 
various sizes, and are sold in gold or silver cases, 
as may be reqalred. 

It is hardly possible for ns to accurately de- 
scribe the numerous Imitations to whicli we have 
alluded. They are usually in'cribed with names 
so nearly approaching our own as to escape the 
observation of the unaccustomed hnyer. Some 
are represented a) made by the "Union Watch 
Co. of Boston, Mass."— no such company exist- 
ing. Some are named the "Soldier's Watch," to 
be sold as our fourth, or Wm. Kllery style, usu- 
ally known as the "Soldier's Watch." Others 
are named the "Appleton Wateh Co.;" others 
the"?. S. BartLKY," instead of our "P. 8. Bart- 
lett ;" besides many varieties named in such a 
manner as to convey the idea that they are the 
veritable productions of the American Watch 
Company. 

We aUo caution the public, and particuUrly 
soldiers, against buying certain articles callkj 
watches, so freely advertised in illustrated pa- 
pers as "Army Watches," "OtBoers' Watches," 
"Magic Tine Observers." "Arcana Watches,' 
»c.,the prices ot which are etatod to be from 
seven to sixteen dollar?. A gcod watch, intliese 
times, cannot bo afforded for any such money, 

A little attention on the part of buyers will jro- 
tect them from gross Imposition. 

BOBBINS A APPLETON, 

AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN WATCH CO., 

182 Broadway, New York 

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ProcoediBsra of Tkaradax the 19tli. 

TiiK Oldham Letter -Davis Implicat- 
ed IN A Conspiracy to Burn North- 
EKX Cities and Steamhoats— Sam. 
Arnold's Letter— the Assassin of 
Mr. Seward Idkntiped in Court. 
Rev. Mr. Rider, of Chicago, testified : 
I visited Richmond in the month of April, 
remaining Irom tbe 13th to the 2 let, and 
picked up in or near the State House a 
letter signed " W. J. Oldham, February 
11, 18G5. 

THE OLDHAM LETTER. 

The following is the full letter mention- 
ed in Mr. Ryder's testimony : 
•• His Excellency Jeff. Davis. President C.8. A.: 
'Richmond, Feb. 11, 1865.— When 
Senator Johnson and myself waited upon 
you some days since in relation to the 
project ol annoying and embarrassing the 
enemy by means of burning their ship- 
ping, towns, &o., there were several re- 
marks made by you upon the subject, 
that I was not fully prepared to answer. 
but which upon subsequent conference 
with parties proposing the enterprise, I 
find 1 cannot apply as objections to Uie 
scheme. First, the combustible material 
consists of several preparations, and not 
one alone,, and can be used without ex- 
posing she party using them to any dan- 
ger of detection whatever. The prepar- 
ations are not in the hands of Mr. Dan- 
iel, but are in the hands of Prof. M jCuI- 
lougb, and are know but to him and one 
other party. 

"As I understand it there is no neces- 
sity for sending persons in the military 
service into the enemy's country, but the 
work may be done by agents and in most 
cases by persons ignorant of the facts and 
therefore innocent agents. I have seen 
enough of the effects that can be pro- 
duced to satisfy me that in most cases, 
without any danger to tbe persons en- 
gaged, and to others very slight, we can 
first burn every vessel that leaves a for- 
eign port lor the United States ; second, 
we can burn every transport that loads 
in tbe harbor of New York or other 
Northern ports with supplies for the ar- 
my of the enemy in the South ) third, 
burn every transport and gunboat on the 
Mississippi river, at Vil as devastate the 
country and till the people with terror 
and consternation. 

"I am not alone in the opinion, but 
many other gentlemen are as fully im- 
pressed with the conviction as I am. I 
believe we have means at our command, 
it promptly appropriated and energetic- 
ally apphed, to conquer the Northern 
people in a very short time. For the 
purpose of satisfying your mind on the 
subject, I respectfully but earnestly re- 
(]ue8t that you will have an interview with 
ijen. Harris, formerly member of Con- 
gress from Missouri, who, I think, is able 
by conclusive proofs to convince you that 
»hat I have suggested is practicable. I 
hope for the success of our cause in this 
struggle, with the conviction of tbe im- 
portance of availing ourselves of every 
plan of defense. This must be my ex- 
caac for writing and rcqtiesting you to 
invite Gen. Harris to see you, if you 
F/houlcl see fit to do so, when it will be 
convenient for you to sec him. 
I aux, rcsp'y your obt. servant, 

W. 8. OLDHAM, 



A great many side hits are being made at the 
PlanUtion Bitters, by a score or two of disinter 
ested fViends who have endeavored to imiute or 
countarfeit them. It's all of no use. The people 
won't be long Imposed upon. The Plantation 
Bitters are increasing in usa and popularity every 
day, and "that's what's the matter." They are 
in sime siacd bottle, and made just as they were 
at first, and will continue to be, or we shall stop 
making them. 

The Plantation Bitters purify, strengthen and 

invigorate. 
They create a healthy appetite. 
They are an antidote to change of water and 

diet. 
They overcome effects of dissipation and hite 

hours. 

They strengthen tha system and on e 

mind. 

They prevent miasnutio and ent fev. 



NEW FERFUIHE 

FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. 



era. 
They purify the breath and acidity of the stom* 

ach. 

They cure Dyspessla and Constipation. 

They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Mor- 
bus. 

They cure Liver Comp'alnt and Nervous Head- 
ache. 

Thej make the walk strong, the languid brii; 
llant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer 
The Recipe and full Circular are around each bot- 
tle. Clergymen, Merchants, and persons whose 
sedentary habits induce weakness, lassitude, pal- 
pitation of the heart, lack of appetite, disvress al- 
ter eating, liver complaint, constipation, Ac, 
will find an trnmediate and permanent rAlet in 
these Bitters. But above all, they are recom- 
mended to weak and delicate fomalcs and moth 
era. 

They are sold by all respectable merchants. 
See that each bottle has our private United 
states Stamp over the o rk,and steel-plate side 
laben. 

Beware of refilled Dottles. See that the stamp 
has not been tampered with. Any person pre- 
tending to sell Plantation Hitters by the Gallon 
is a swindler and imposter, and should be imme- 
diately reported to us. 

I». H. DRAKJE 4c CO., 
21 Park Row, New Turk, 
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A ITIowl Kxqni«ile, l>rliciile nnil Frn- 
Krnnt IVrfiiiur, Di-lillrd from llio 
Hnre niiil Ilrnmifiil Flower from 
vrliirh it liikra ilM name. 
Manufactured only by Pli AI.OIV Sc SO^. 

^"Beware of Counterfeits. 

A/il! for I'htitoii's—Titlo- iin olhcr» 
Sold by dmsKifts Kfurrally. 

anSd&w3m.«n. 



The sale of the firs : series of $300,000,000 of the 
7 30Loanwasoompl)tedon the 31»t of March, 
1806. The sale of the seoond aerlaa of Tliree Hun- 
dred MiHions,, payable three years from the 16lh 
day of June, 1885,' wi J begun on the 1st of April. 
In the shoH space of thirty days, over One Hun- 
dred Millions o/ thU series have beAt sold— leav- 
ing this day less tha a Two Hundred Millions to 
be dispose! of. Th« interest Is payable aemi-an- 
naally in currrency >n the 16th of December and 
15th of June by ooupona attached to each note, 
which are readily « shed anywhere . It amoants 
to 
Owe CABS p«r ilmy •> m fftO ■•••. 
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$1- " »* " f»,000 " 

More and More Desirable. 

The ret>ellion is s oppressed, and the Govern- 
ment has already lidopted measures to reduce 

xpcnditures as rapidly as possible to a peace 
footing, thus witud rawing from market as bor- 
rower and purchati'r. This is 

THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET 

Now offered by th ! Goyemment, and constitutes 
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The Seven-Thirl y Notes are convertible on 
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OOLD-BBiLlLZNa BOZffDS, 

Which are always worth a premium. 

Free F::oin Taxation. 

The 7-30 notes i*nnnot be Uxed by Towns, 
Cities, Connties oiJSUtes, and the interest Is not 
taxed unlets OH a urp'.us of the owner"* Income 
exceeding six hundred dollars a jear. lliU fact 
increases their va' ue from one to three i?er cent, 
per annum, aocorc ii g to the rate levied on other 
property. 

Subscribe Quickly. 

Less than $JOO,iiOO 000 of tlie Loan authorized 
by the hist Congiass are now on the market. 
This amount, at t;ie rate at which it is behog ab- 
sorbed, will lie subscribed for within 
two months, wben the notes «111 undoubt 
edly command a i remium, as has uniformly been 
the case on olos ng the subscriptions to other 
Loans. It now si 'ems probable that no consider- 
able amount beyond the present series roiU be of- 
f erred to thepuhl c. 

In Older that •-.itisens of every town and sec- 
tion of the counti y may be afforded facilities for 
taking the loan, tie National Banks, State Bank* 
and private Baniers throughout the ooantry 
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THET.WILL 8KLL AT THE 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

Those who want Dry Goods should be emn and 
call at 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO.'S 



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Rally the System. 



After a disease hai been conquered, there Is 
still the wcikness that it leaves bohiud it to be 
removed. Coavalescenco is a tedious affair. If 
ths enfeebled and flaccid muscles, the shattered 
nerves, the thin and watery blood could speaR; 
they would cry aland for help In too many cases 
such help as is given them ik not of the right k ind- 
The fiery stlmuUnts of commerce do harm. They 
kinale a temporary flame, which ij a mockery. 
Their effect passe*, and the la-t state of him whj 
uses them is worse than the ttrst. 

Not such Is the effect of HOSTETTER'S STO- 
MACH BITTKK8. There ii mi drawback to 
thalr toning properties. Ba!eamic plants and 
iMirksandtoots contribute their restorative juices 
tb render this eoothlngand stiengthening prepa- 
ration a raoiKf-TivK and kkmu'IAL agent. 
Its ta is is the only pure stimulaut which has 
ever been produced oontalniog no fu/itl oil or 
any other deleterio is elem nt. Tlie most care- 
ful and skillful chemists have analyzed the Bit- 
t?r«, and pronoutice them harmless. 

This is sclentlflo testimony; but the tcsJmony 
of the hundreds of ihousindnwho h\ve experi- 
enced the preventive and curative effects of the 
Great Vegetable Tonio and /l»«ra<»8« of modern 
times is still more ooiciufiva. In fever and a ?ue, 
dyepppsla.blilloufineds, nervous C3mpliliile,gpn 
eral debility, and chronic complaint<, it is as 

early infallible as anything in this fallible world 



MULLINEHY 

AND , 

SXK<A.^W GOOI>S. 

Mrs. J. B. LYGO 

Begs to inform her Iriends and the public gen- 
erally tliat she is now receiving the latest 
UKSIONHl AND PATXERNS, 
and is now ready to supply the very latest c tyles ol 

HPRI5rC} ASr» SU.TlMEIt «OOD«, 
at the very lowest prices, consisting of 
SILK, CRAPES, ' BKLlIJfG, 
LACE8, CHENILLES Hair fc Straw BONNETS 
BONNKT RIBBONS, Silk * Crape " 

TaiMMIXG " HEAD DRESSES, 

VELVEr " HAIRNETS, 

QUILLED " VAILS, 

Bonnet A hat FRAMES, Bonnet ORNAMENTS, 
SAKS, CLOAKS, 

FEATUKRS, MANTILLAS, 

FRKNCa FLOWERS, MI AWLS, 
AMEBICAN " CAP TRIM-MINOP, ftc. 

N. B.— Mrs Lygo, having a large assortment of 
Goods, Is now ready to supply 

WHOLESALE DEALERS 

as low as Chicago prices, saving time and expen- 
ses to custotrerit, and receiving goods daily, of 
the very latest etylt s. 

iriuting! rUatlng ! 
The Ijest quality and lowest prices. 8pr26-tf 

St. Paul, April a4, 1805. 



SUBSCKIPTI0>8WII.L BB KBCKIVKO by the 

First National Bank of St. Paul. 
Second National Bank of St. Paul. 
First National Bank ol Winona. 
First National Bank of Hastings. 
First National Bank of Minneapolis 
National Exch inge Bank of Mioneapolis. 
First National Rank of New Ulm. 
VliBi National Bank of Rochester, 
mayl2tl-agi0. 



teptl-ly 



ST. PAUL. WNIf . 



NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES ! 
Oj^THCART & CO . 

Are receiving by Express 

Large Additions to their Stock, 

consisting of all the novelties in 

Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods. 



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canto. Sold everywhere. 



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as a man 
bim, 

WM. ■. WHKBLqS, 



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^w9€«*MMgm»t ITcdaeaday tta« lllh 

MOKK TR0UBLK60MK EVIDK.NCK FOR DK. 
t MUDU COKBKTl OX THK WITNESS 

STAND — INTKRESTING KACfS DK\'EL- 

OPED. 

We have, in the testimony of this after- 
noon, the proof of Booth's long prepara- 
tions (or the assassinatiotT. 

Among other things his purcha-" of a 
horse upon which one of hi- • tny r-^de 
on the night of the assas in^'ija, — . .be 
fact that this horse was ^turcbased upon 
the recommendation of Dr. Mudd, who 
accompanied Booth in November last to 
a neighbor's house, and was present at 
the sale. When tbe proof came out the 
prisoner, Mudd, was visably affected, his 
face becoming very red, bis eyea betray- 
iog great uneasme^s, and his general ex- 
pression denoting consternation. The 
guilt of Mrs. Surratt was also much 
clearer, to some extent, but she did not 
seem to be much excited by what trans- 
pired, bhe keeps her face turned gener- 
ally toward tbe wall to her right, in an 
opposite direction to the witness stand, 
and seldom scrutenizes the audience. 
Harrold's active participation with Booth 
was also proved by several witnesses, 
and especially by the detective CoDger, 
whose eTidence was substM^^all/ that 
wUob WM e«br»c«4 w ik9 H^teatntof 



THE INDORSEMENT BY DAVIS. 

On the back of tbe letter are the two 
indorsements, tbe first being : 

" Richmond, Feb. 12, '65.— Hon. W. 
S. Oldham: In relation to plans and 
means of burning the enemy's shipping, 
towns, etc. Preparations are in tije 
hands of Prof. McCuUough, and are 
known only to one party ; asks the Pres- 
ident to have an interview with General 
Harris, formerly from Missouri, on the 
subject. Secretary of State, at his con- 
venience, please see Greneral Hams, and 
see what plan he has for overcoming the 
diffi.'ulties heretofore experienced. 

" Rec'd Feb 17, 1865. 

"20lh Feb. 1863. J. D." 

J. T. OWBN8. 

Owens testified to knowitig Professor 
McCullougb for twenty years. He was 
distinguished as a chemist ; was Profes- 
sor of Chemistry in Princeton College, 
and Professer of Matbeoaatics in Jeffer- 
son College. Va., where the witness lo- 
cated, and in 1839 or 40, Assayer in tbe 
Mint at Philadelphia. 

A gentleman who had been connected 
with the rebel War Department swore 
positively that th3 endorsement was in 
the handwriting of Jefferson Davis- 

THE LETTER OF "8AM." 

HooKSTOWN, Baltimore Co., March 
22, 1865.— Dear John:—Waa bosiness 
so important that you could not remain 
, in Baltimore until I saw you, I came iq 
aa soon as I coold. and found yoa bad 
gODoto Wa«l)i9ftoo, I o«|U«4 »li9 (Q »*^ 



Relief in tkn JLiNUTKe. — Bryan's 

Pulmonic VITafkrs. — The most certain and 
speedy remedy ever discovered for all Diseases ot 
the Cfiest and Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Consumption, Bronchitis. I nUuenza, Hoarseness 
DilBcult I'.ieathing, Sore Throat, 4c., Ac. 

These Wafers give the ra(»t instantaneous and 
uerlect relief, and when persevered with accord 
Injt to directions, never fail to effect a rapid and 
Ustingcuie. Thousands have been restored to 
perfect health who have tried other means in 
vain. To all classes and all constitutions they 
are equally a blending and a cure— none need den- 
pair, no matter how long the diseaisa may have 
existed, or however severe it mav be, provided 
the organic structure of the vital organs is not 
hopelessly decayed. Every one afflicted should 
give thorn an impartial trial. 

To Vocalists and Public SrEAKKRS, these 
Wafers are peculiarly valuable ; they will in one 
day remove the most severs occasional hoarse- 
ness; and their regular use for a fewr days will, 
at all times, increase the power and tlexiUility oi 
tiie voice, greatly Improving its tone, compass 
and clejirness, for which purpose Ihev are regu- 
arlv used bv many professional vocalists. 
JOB MOSKS, Sole Proprietor, 

27 Cortland-»t..New York. 

Price 28 cents per box. For sale m St. Paul by 
Biggs ; Sims, Vawter ft Rose, and Combs. 
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"Ml-L^l^I rv E R. Y. 

Be it known to every lady In the State that we 
have a Ktock of Mil inery such as cannot be found 
in any other house in the City. We think we 
can afford a little to every iamily in Minnesota, 
and at prices that must please the buy rs, having 

Purchased Before the Late Advance. 

Wc have a choice stock of 

I>»Y GOOI>S 

just opened. 

Our Oloak Department 

is well supplied with ihe latest designs. 

XJress and Cloalc Trimmings, 

very new ; 

ifcAD DRES3BS AND HKAD ORNAMENTS, 

the newest, with all those Fixings and fancy Ar- 
t cles kept in a first c'ar-s Millinery and Ladies' 
KUKNIoHiNU KTuRE. W« will not hir 
her enui^ra'e. Give ns a call, or send your or- 
d^r'. Our new stock is in C*thobc block, second 
bli ck below the bridge. Our German ctistomers 
will be glad to hear that we liave obtained the 
s Tvice^ of Miss Zimniermaun, who will be happy 
to wait on them in ihe future. 

Mrs. J. J. DUGAN. 
St. Paul, May 10, 1865. 



1865. SEEDS. 1865 
Seels ! t!^eeds ! 

OAUDEN, ORWSS AND FLOWER SEEDS I 

DAY &~JENKS, 

DRXJGGItJXS, SAINT 1>ATJI:., 

DBALEF8 IX ^ 

GBASS SEEDS— Timothy, Clover, Red Top 
Hungarian, Blue Grass, Orchard and Lawn 
Grass, 

GARDEN SEEDS— By the Pound, Box, or Pa- 
per, in great variety. 

FLOWER tJBHDS— The largest and best assort- 
ment in thii! State. 

R^TA BAG A und TURNIP SEED, Wholesale 
and ReUil. ap<l-dftw.tm 

WAJiTCas— Agents in every county, to In- 
troduce •-he lollowlng new and popular 
works : " I he 1 ie of Washington," "Sacred Bi 
ographyand Hi tory," "Christian Home," and 
"Musenm of t\'onderful Adventures and Kx- 
ploits." Agent i are making fpl^did reports 
ftom twenty to thirty orders per day. 
For terms cal on or address, with f tamp. 

O.B. GIBBS, 
131 Cla-k St., Chicago, lU P.O. Bo" 308- 
mal6 3m 



Having made oar parctiases nnder the most 
favorable circnmstanoes, we are enabled to offer 
a line of goods which will be attractive to all who 
seek lor the New, the Beautiful and tha Good. 

Tendering our thanks for the lil)eral patronage 
bestowed upon us in the past, we would respect- 
fully solicit a eontinnanoe of the same— with the 
assnraace that it shall be our aim to make all 
business transactions both pleasant and proflta^ 
ble to the bnyer. 

Remember the "Old Honse," 

No 1313 Xhtrd St. 

St. Paul, April 6, 1865. apl-ly 




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The NiDth National Bank 

OF TU 3 CITV OF NEW YORK. 
CAPMTAX., #1>*!<H>,000 PAJID HT. 

FISCAL AGE!fT OF THE UNITED STATES, 
AHD Special aoBRT foe Jay Cooke, E'jb- 

(CBIFTIOS AGENT, 

Will d4>liv«>vT*30 If •!»• rr«>« of cbarir* 

by express, in all parts of ihe country, and re- 
ceive in payini'nt checks on New Vt"-if. Phila- 
delphia and Uoaon, current bills, and all At; per 
cent, interest i otes, with interest to data of sub- 
scription. Orc.crs sent bv mall will be promp'ly 
filled. This B»nk receives iheaccounts ol B«n«f 
and Bankers on favernble terms; also of individ- 
uals keeping N 'W York accounts. 
J. T. HILL Cashier. J. U. OUVIS. Prce't. 



BE A.TJT IFXJLl 



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National Bank of St. Panl. 

This Bank is nowl^illy organized with a paid 
up capital of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, 
and is open for the transaction of a general Bank- 
and Exchange business. Collections upon 



Ing 

all accesslDle no 

made and remiited for on day ot pavment at cur- 



alfaccesslble points in the Northwest will be 



rent rates of exchange. Highesi Market Rates 
paid tjT Gold, Oliver, and Foreign Kxohange. 
1 his Bank is an agent for subscriptions to the 
popular United ^Utos 7.30 Loan, and these notes 
will at all times be kept on liand for sale In sums 
of from Ifitly Dollars upwards. 

E. S. EDGERTON, President. 
JOEUf HiCQLS, Vice President. 

D. A. MONFORT, Cashier. 



"rilKllfc IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL." 
Tarrant's Compovincl Kxtriict 

CTXJeEBS & COI»A.IBi%. 

Is a sure wrtain and spe .'dy cure for all diseases 
of the Blitdder, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, 
either in male or female, frequently perforniing 
a Defect cure in the short srace of three or four 
divs und always In I^ss time than any other 
preraration. lntli« u e o'. Tarrant's Crmpouud 
Extract of t'ubeb's and Co; alba there is no need 
of comlinement or chang-^ of diet. In its ap- 
proved foim of a paste, it is entirely t»steles», 
and causes no unpleasant senfatiou to the pa- 
tbnt, andnoixp sure. Ills a-iknowledjied by 
the most learned In fic profession that in the 
abaveciassofdisfa-es. Cub bsand Copaiba are 
the only two remedies known that cjn be re.lea 
upon with any certainty of success. 

Tarrant's Compound Kxtractof Cubebs and Co- 
paiba NKVK.R KAILtil 

Manufactured only by 

TARRAKT * CO., 
278Gieenwiohgt., NewYork. 

Sold by Cruggists all over the World. 

myi7-ly 



F'AMlT.i-X Q-ROCKRY tJTOJtK 

WE have just opened In Messrs. HofTman a 

Halford's old Bland, on the corner ol Seventh 

and Olive Stn'ets, an entire New Stock oJ 

rAaiALY SROCBRIBA. 

We will keeji on hand a fhll assortment of the 
very best goods to be found. We solicit the 
trade of the oM firm and the public generally. 

We also koc; > on hand a full stock of Produce , 
which wo will sell at the lowest mmrket price. 

LINCKfcBRO. 
n}v so amo. 



SPRIHG DRESS GOODS, 

PRIPTTS, 

TVmT RBCKKTED BY KXPBBSS*. 

AHD WILL BE 

Sold at Panic Prices, at 
L. C BURT'S. 

deoll-ir 




G-ROCE]*IE8 & PROVISIONS 

Have fallen uiitirit would>eem that they have 
reached the luittom. We will continue to fell at 
the lowest fig ires until they make another start 
lower down. We have on hand a nice stock of 
TEAS, SUGARS, 



DIRKOTORQ: 



JOHN NICOLS, 
J. II. STBWABT, 
B. PRESLEY, 
C.U.SOHURMEISB, 
V, BBK&KY, 
{, C. UKORQB, 

E. 8. SOQUBTON 

et.ra«l,AprUiotb, IMS. 



D. DAY, 

N. B. UARWOOD, 
J. B. BRADKN, 
JOSEPH DAILEY, 
F. R. SMITH. 
i8AAC srA^LES, 



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The Lar<;fist Collar Mannfaclory 

IN THE NOKTIIWEST. 

Bigelow'8 Satin - Enameled 

BYKOISr COLX-AHS. 

A new article of invenMon. This collar exceeds 
all other paper collars for comfort, nf atncss and 
economy. Also a Urge assortment of 

Satin-Enameled Garrotes, Linen Pa- 
per Byrons, and Linen Paper 
Garrotes. 

Ladles Satin U-nameled CoUars and Cuffs; a 
neVand convenient article. The trade suppUed 
at the lowest marjtet P'^^^-^j^o W A CO., 

Manufacturers, 
Ifiay7-3ra n LaSalie stieet, Chicago. 



COFFES, 

< anncd Frui ts, 

Oytters, 

Carbon Oil, 

Cheete, 

l'otat'>»'S, 

Corn Meal, 

Baskets, 



Dried Emits, «^olden Syrus, 
Sugar H. Syrup, 



Pickles, 

Eggi, Butter, 

Ai'ples, Oi'ions, 

Turnips, ^ lour, 

Buckw. I< lour. Tubs, 
Brooms, Pulls, ac., Ac. 

Remember he place— on .Tackaon street, oppo- 
site the Big Clock, where Wimbish kept, 

DUGAN RUNHETIEACO. 

St. Panl, A jril 25, 1866. marI7-yl 



BAY AKD X.I91B. 



^tTTESTCHESTEB HOUSE, 

Comer Broome-St. and Bow«»yi 

NBW YOaK. 
On tha Baropean piaa^AoooBUDOdatltu for tVQ 

|«tt.|f J, W, 04mOW, r?«»r|ttor, 



WOO» 

O. A. PRESCOTT, 

[Successor to PENNY k MEAGUAM,] 
, Whi'lesale and Retail Dealer in 

Wood saw id, split and delivered in any qnantl 
tity. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 

OfQce and 'I'ard, comer Fourth and St. 
streets, 
aprl6-3m 



.Peter 



C. A. PRESCOTT. 



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JTAIBBANK'tt 

STAHDASO 



or AI.T 

AIM. WamhouNTraolti. LaCMt 
PrMsei,ko.,a)Ot 
VAnmASK8,0B«BirLlUUr ft oo., 
\n Laka fi tMat.oUMM. if or taia ta •*• Vi«t 

>i«nNfkite»«7oaiftiiamitMi au 



J. L. FOREPAIGH & CO., 

Tliompison's Bloclt, 3d 6treet, 

Soiiiat Paial. IMLinnesota. 

THE ONLY EXCLUSIVELY 

WHOLEmE DRY GiDS MM 

In Minnesota. 

WE ARE JUST RECEIVING OUR 

n:ew spring stock 

and would call the attention of buyers to the tkct 
that having made our purchases at the time of tha 

I^aCe Grreat Becliiae 

and principally fh>m the large 

Auction Sales at New York, 

we can offer our customers BETTER BARGAINS 
than they oan get in any market wort 
of New York. 
Our assortment of goods is very extensive, and 
comprises all varieties in 

jyiEt^Y <3^ o o r> s 

AMD 

Yftnlceo NotloniB. 

We respectfully solicit an examination of our 
oods and prices. 

J. I.. FORKPABGH. 

ai. AUEBBACU. 
St. Paol AprU 22, 1865. sp23 ly 

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One Good 8ecoi&ci-II<an<l 

1^ X Jl N O 

WITH IBON VBIME, FOB SALE CHEAP 
▲t MTTM^GSR BRO.'S. 

Q-ood 5-Octave Melodeoi^ 

BSOONDBASD, rOB B4LB C9SAP. 

M Mu»t«v aro*'it 

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THE SAINT PATJL DAILY PRTO8. TTJESDAY, MAY 23, 1865. 



TTALUABLE LANDS FOR SAL^. 

By direction of' the Hon. Secretary of the 
Interior, the undersigned will receive sealed 
bids for the purchase of any or all of the 
lands hereinafter described, they being 
among the choicest and best fanning land in 
Minnesota. 

Thc<e lands comprise what arc known as 
the Winnebago TriiSt Lands in the State of 
Minnesota, and will be sold to the highest 
and best bidder ia tracts not exceeding one 
hundred and sixty acres each, under the pro- 
visions of a treaty concluded with the VVin- 
nebago Indians, April 15th, 1859, and an 
act of Congress, approved February 2l8t, 
1863, entitled " An act for the removal of 
the Winnebago Indians, and for the sale of 
their Reservation in Minnesota, for their 
benefit." 

No bid will be entertained at a rate less 
than two dollars and fifty cents per at^re. 

In case a bid is accepted, the party making 
the same will be notified as soon thereafter 
as practicable. If within thirty days after 
Buch notice the party shall fail to make pay- 
ment to the undersigned, the land for which 
such bid was made will be subject to sale to 
any other person. 

Patents will be issued and transmitted to 
purchasers a< soon after payment as the same 
can be prepared. Payments may be made 
either in cash or in the certificates of in- 
debtedness of the Winnebago Indians, issued 
by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for 
the debt of said Indians, and secured to be 
paid out of the proceeds of the sale of said 
lands by the third article of the treaty above 
mentioned. The right to reject any and all 
bids is expressly reserved. All bids must be 
pealed and addressed to the undersigned, 
Washington City. D. C, and indorsed " Bid 
for Winnebago Trust Land." 

As heretofore mauy persons have bid up- 
on thestt lands, and after the awards have 
been made to them have failed to respond, 
the Secretary of the Interior hereby directs 
that all bids herealter submitted must be ac- 
companied by a deposit of a sum equal to 
ten per cent, on the amount of each bid, 
which, in case the land is awarded and the 
balance not paid, will be forfeited by the 
bidder, »heuld the bid be rejected, the sum 
deposited will be returned to the unsuccefs- 
ful bidder. 

"DESCRIPTION OF LANDS." 
Nw (| s-* q i<t>c 6, lots 1 and 2 aad dw q ne (|, 
lots 3 and 4 sw q, sw q sec IS, lot I an'l s* q n <i, 
lot-" 1 •-' 3 nw q 80C I'J, sec ;!ii,'town UXi rang't i1. 

Nw q sec 6, n h do q, 8W ii, 8 h nw q ^ec 7, B** q 
B h «e q, w ti !i»»c IS, w h aoil fc q »e qr, w li ami 
•e q «w q «ec lU, e h SW q sec 30, town lur range 
23. 

W h ne q, so q, eh and sw q sw q, e h nw q 
»cc.U,to*u 10s. range v;3. 

S h sec i1, sections 20 and 27, a h sec 2-*, c h and 
nw ^ sec -".I, sections 30 to 36 indue ive, town 10»>, 
Tangt> '.'t. 

Ne q, se q i« q, w h sw q, w h nw q sec 1 ; w 
h se q, n h, ne q sec J: e li and sw n ne q tec 3; 
e h ne q, w h anJ se q sec 5; eh nw q, n h sw q 
sec i> ; w h n<' q, nw (| se q sec 7 ; e h, ne q and »w 
q nw q sec 10; w h ne q, w h and ne q se q, w h 
sec 11; e h neq, e h sw q, nw q nw q sec i2; w 
h ne q, se q, nw q, n h sw q, >f>^ 11 : n h bw c|, fe 
q nw q sec lO; s n nw q ne q, s !i and nw q se q, 
»e q sw q, nw q seo 29. town 107 ran^e -4. 

Lot 2 ue q. sw q, e h and ew q aw q, eec 36 
town ICM ran^ti 24. 

We h sec 25; sections 2<> to 20 inclusive; neq 
■ec 30; w h sec 31 ; lot 1 ne q, sw q, lots 2 and I 
and nw q nw q see 32 ; eUtec3;}; Seots31,35and 
36. fJwn loti, range 2''. 

« » q, 9 h ne q sec 1 ; w h and sw q ne q, n h 
ae q. s n and ne q nw q sec 2, town 107 range 25. 
b h neq, nw q sw q. sec 32; se q sec :U; e h 
neq. w h sw q sec 34; nwqtecSj; e h neq.seq, 
lot 4 sw q, lov 1 and e h nw q, sec 36, town 10», 
range 25. 

fie q 8w 1, »w q swqspc 1 : nw q sec 2; s nana 
ne q ne q, sr q sec 3; nw q nwq tej 0; se q sec 7 ; 
• h ne q eec 10: nw q sec 11; w h sw qsec 13; sw 
qsec 15; » h sec 1»>; wh sec 17; sections IS, 1'.', 
l.>Oand 21 : w h sec 22; n li ne q sec 23; e li ard 
nwq i<ec 2 1 ; e li and s w q sec 25 ; sections 2«) to 
36 Inclusive, town 106 range 26. 

8w q »e q, w h sec 3; se q sec 4; s h seo 7; e h 
and nwq sec ■<; n h sec 0; nw q sec 10; sw <| si-c 
12; neq sec 13; gwqsec 17; a h sec it*; e li sec 
19; sw q, « h nw q sec 20; se q sec 22; n h nw q 
aeo 26; s h nw ,; 27 : n h se n. e h and nw q nw <i 
«ec 28; n h ne q, DW q sec 30; s h npq sec M; s h 
Be q, se q, nw q eec 32; ne q, e h nw q sec 31; u 
ll sec 33, town i07, range 26. 

Ne q, se q se q, nw q sec 35, town 10<*, ranKe2fl. 
Sw q uw q sec 2 ; e li and j w q nw i j j-ec 4 ; gw 
q, w h and se q nw q sec 5; e ii h, sw q sw q, e h 
nwqseoi; w h sw q sec 7; sectons 12,13,14; 
n t> se q sec 15 ; se q see 17 ; e h h sec 20 ; e h, e h 
8w q sej 22; sections 23, 24, 25. 2il; e h ^w q. e h 
and ne q nw q sec 27 ; » h sec 29; ne q sec '■*! ; n 
h sec sec 32 ; sw q sec 33 : s h ne q, ge q, se q n w 
q sec 34 ; e h s w q seo 35 ; sec M, town ltd, range 

2'- 

W h ne q. se q, ne q sw q, hw q sec 2; w h nw 
q sec li ; e 1» ne q sec 1 1 ; se q 12 ; ne q, ce q nwq 
sec 13 ; w h and se <( se q sec 17 : n h sw q, s ■» q 
aw q sec Ii<; e h ne q, se q sec 20; sw q, s h nw 
q ssc 21 ; sw q sw q sfC 24 ; ne q s w q sec 2't ; nw 
q sw q seo2S; ne q ne q, sw q se q, sw q, 8 h nw 
q, »ec 21>; w h and se q sec 30; w h and ne q ueji, 
whseqsecSl; ne q, uw q sec .32 ; shseqsecSS; 
s h sw q sfc :!o, town 107, range 27. 

Lots 1 au>d 2 ue q, lots 3aDd 4 and nw q se q, 
se q nw q sec 31 ; se q se q sec 35, town los range, 
S7. 

Bids will be rec»iTed as atwve invited until the 
1st Day of June next, at which tia:e all 
bids then received will be examined and acted 
■pon. 

Washington City, D. C, April 10th, 1865. 
W. '. U.JLK, 
Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 
tuesapr IS-oawOw 



AV 



and first class stock of new 



A ri'Li^ 



BOOTS&SHOES 



Which w« are selling at 



REDUCED PItlCES 



By the case or dozen. Merchants are urged to 
call and receive the advantages of a 



WHOLESALli: HOUfeE. 



"Wm. 

mch-23-ly 



J. Smitli Sc Oo. 



DOCTOR BIGELOW. 

Ofllce 179 South Clark Street, ' 

Corner uf Monroe, CXTXC^aaO^ XZ^^ 
Post Offloa Box. IM. 



All Chronic and Sexu- 
al Diaeasea of a Private 
and Delicate Nature, 
treated with nuparal- 
leled success. Pr.Biite- 
low's Guide to Health, 
for ladies and gentl«>. 
men. Is published 
monthly. Send (or it if 
joa think the writings 
of a physician whose 
reputation eztenda 
throughout the entire 



Weet should be worth 
reading. It is sent in 
plain sealed envelopee, 
free of ch.trge. Almoat 
every case can l>e treat- 
ed by mail. Medicines 
sent to any address. 
Lad lea, (end for descrip- 
tive Circular of /*j»an« 
Rrmede, the latest and 
best preventative of 
conception known. 



Rooms Separata for Ladies and Gentlemen, 

COir8tri.TATIOH AT OTTIOB. TBXB. 

^ Omca Hocms :— From 9 a. m. to 8 r. m. ^ 

BpennatorrhoMk or Nerrous Debility, a cure 
warranted. 



PRPoSALTFOrM 



OrriCK oFCHisr Quartkrmastkr, 

Dl«TRI T OK MiNNKSOTA, 

Saint Paul, Minnesota, Hay 12, 1865. 



Sealed Proposals 



In dapUoate, will be recelTed at this offlce anttl 



13 o'clock. M., 



ivtA.Y »4, iseo. 



For the delivery of 



FIFTY TONS 



OF GOOD 



Merchantable Hay 



In the GoTcrnment SUble In this City. 



The hsy to be delivered on or before the 2ith 
da.' i)f .lone, 1S65. 

The Hay to be eubject to such inspection as the 
undr rsigned may deem necet*ary to determine 
its qaality, and to be weighed at the expense of 
the rontractor. 

A iir-nted copy of this advertisement will be 
enclosed with each proposal. 

A bond with Rood and satisfactory security 
will be required from thu person to whom the 
contract may be awarded. 

Bidders will give their names and address in 
ftill. In case of tirms, the precise name and ad- 
dres.x of ech member, with the name of the lirm, 
will \}e stated 

All contracts are subject to the arprov4l of the 
Quartermaster Genera, of the United States Ar- 
my. 

All bids must bi accompanied by two guaran- 
tees. ThP responsibility of the guarantors must 
be shown by tlie official certiiicate of the Clerk of 
the nearest District Court, or the U. ii. District 
Attorney. 

FORM OF GUARANTEE. 

and , ol the 



We 



i» County of — — 
zdKnntee that- 



State of Minnesota, do hereby gi 

is able to fulUll a contract in accordance with his 

proposition : and that should his proposition be 

accej.ied, he will at once enter into a contract 

in accordance Herewith. Should a contract be 

awatiled lUm, we are prepared to become his 

securities. 

Pai-ties to whom awards are made must be pre- 
pared to ea»cate contracts at once, and to give 
the r<>q>iired bonds for the faithful performance 
of the same. 

Contractors will furnish the necessary Revenue 
stamps lor bonds and contracts. 

Biil.-i from disloyal pet sons ;from those who have 
heretofore failed to complj with their proposi- 
tiont or contracts; or from those who do not 
comiflv with the above requirements, will not be 
considi>red. 

Tho undersigned reserves the right to reject 
any and all bids not deemed satisfactory, 

Bhiders are invited to l>e present at the 
opening of the bids. 

Proposals to t>e endersed "Proposals lor fur- 
nishiug Uay," and addressed to theundemigned, 

H. L. CARVKB, 

Cspt.and A. Q. M., 
mal2-lot 



^ttjiurance, &x. 



INSURANCE AGENT. 

AI<3tt*opolitn.ii, W©-w- Y"oirlc 

Capital t:;oo ooo. 

iiurplus 4500,000. 

Xjorillarcl, Ne>v Yorlc, 

Cdpitul jiDUO.UOO. 

i> u rpl u :i «-'50,000. 

Homo Iiisui'anfo Oo. 

Capitol * jOO.OOO. 

burplus. $175,000. 

>Xutun.l Beiieiit X^ite. 

Assets $7,000,000. 

OFFICK: 

19 1 Third street. St. Paul. 

aplMy 

FIRE AND MARINE 



BTRST orvisioN 

ST. PAUL & PACIFIC R. R. 

Ob and after MONDAY, NOySMBi<:s 7tb, 
Passenger Trains wil run as follows : 

eomMCi WEST. 

MO&NIMU. 

Leaves St. Paal S.oo «,», 

Leaves St. Anthony h :46 a. m , 

Leaves Manomia U:10 a. m. 

Leaves Anoka.. 9:45 a.m. 

Leaves Itasca 10 :06 a. m . 

ArriTe at KlkbiTer 10:25 a.m. 

EYKNING. 

LeavM St.Paal t-Mr.tt 

Leaves St. Anthony 4 :80 p. a 

Leaves Manomln. 4:45 r. H 

Leaves Anoka f ...S:XS F, M 

Leaves Itasca S:4S p. ii 

Arrive at Elk River «:06p. « 

«)01ir« MAST. 

MORNIKO. 

Leaves Elk River 7:45 A. m 

Leaves Itasca 8:06 A.M. 

Leaves Anoka 1:36 a.m. 

Leaves Manomin 9:10a.m, 

Leaves St. Anthony 9-M a.m. 

ArlveatSt.Paal 10:25 a.m. 

EVENING. 

Leaves Elk River S:25p.ii 

Leaves Itasca S:46 p. M 

r^eaves Anoka «;lup. t. 

Lesves Manomin 4:45 P. s> 

Leaves St. Anthony 5:15 p, a 

Arrive at St. Paul 5:55F.ii! 

TICKETS must be purchased at the Stations, 
or an extra rate will be collected by the Con- 
ductor. 

l»AU.1f niMICllX'r TRAIMS. 

ClOulf( JJA8t •••••••••••••••••aaeeeee* ••••••• Ai «V| 

Going Vfett pm. 

aplB-tf ■*. »■ PBliAMO, Snpt. 

^fca J^JJBSJ jrfl^B^^^ MjjaiitMHjH fi& 

New Boute East aud South 

VIA 

Rochester and Winona and St. Peter 

RAILROAD. 

A Passenger train leaves Rochester daily at 7 : 
■.iO A. M . arriving at Winona at 5 o'clock, r. m., 
oonnecting with the 

Minnesota Stage Co.'s Line 

for La Crosse. 

Returning, leaves Winona at :30 p. m., arriv- 
ing at Rochester at 10 p. m 

Past'cngi^rs by this route stop over night at 
Rochester and make the same time to and from 
3t. Paul as by the Kiver Route. 

For Tickets apply to the Minnesota Stage 
COBpany's Office. 

JOHN NBWELL, 

deolStf llap«riBteBd«nt. 

FUftST DIVISKOH aV.PAVX. AMU 
PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Labd Dkp't, Maik and Brahch LlHlU, ) 
St. Paul, Sept. l«, 18«4. ( - 

NOTICE 
TO SETTLERS ON R.R. LANDS 

All persons clainllng land at Government pric e 
who reside in the 1 ownships named below, are 
hereby notilled that the Company has acquired 
the fee to the Railroad lands located in said 
Townships, and they are hereby required to make 
proof of their right to the lands occupied by 
them, and make payment therefor according to 
the laws regulating the same. 

Range, 

Towns SI, 32, 120 21 

Towns .11, .12, !»,120 22 

Towns 31, 32, 33, 34, 119, 120 23 

Towns 31. 32, .Y3, 34, 35, 118, 119, 120, and Se« 

Oons 1,5, and?, of Town 117 24 

SecUons 1, S, 6, 7, 9, 11, 15, 17, of Town 117 25 

And whole Towns 1 18, 119, 120, 121, 32, 33, 34, 

35 26 

Sections 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, U, 13, 16. 17, of Town 

117 2fi 

Sections 1, 11, 13, 23. 2.5, 35, of Down 118 26 

Sectional, 11, I.t, 23, 25, 35, of Town 119 26 

Whole Towns 120, 121,33, 34, 35 26 

Sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, of 

Town 117 27 

Whole Towns 120. 121 27 

GEO. L.BECKER, 

■«i>»«-tf I>and Commissioner. 



SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 
SWAfN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 



ghe J^aitrt f»ri fyw> 

. ... "- - - - ■ — — _ — -^ 

PUBUaHKD DAII.T,TBI-WEBKI.T ASD WBBKLT. 

-.A-djoininC the Srids*. 



Office 



The following persons are aaUtlKiaed to aet lU 
Agents for the PRBSSt 

P. McAbe, Minneapolis. 

W. W. Waies, St. Anthony. 

Vr. C. WUIiam% Monticeuo. 

J. M. Rosenberger.St- Cloud. 

Joshua Smith, Hudson, Wisoonsial 

T. S.Scvmour, Hudson, Wisconsin. 

M. H. Thomas Afton. 

W. W. Morga, Lakeland, 

A. B. Easton, Stillwater. 

H. Kiedell, Faribault. 

fi. Jenkins, Jr., Nurthflel 

D.H. Frost, Norlhlield. 

W. H. Wads worth, Owatonna. 

L. L. Twichell & Co., Hastings. 

J. M. McKce, Prescott, Wisoont 

Dr. A. U.Jones, Ked Wing, 

W. J. Arnold. Wabashaw. 

T. J. Duffy, Shakopee. 

D L. How 

J. K. Moore, St. -Peter. 

C. H. Slocum. Mankato. 

8. Eaton, Albert I..ea. 

Ray A Williams, Garden City. 

J. H. Welch, Winnebago City. 

C. J. Shortt, Austin. 

H. W. Mone, Belle Plaine. 

J. £. Albaugh, Cannon City. 

J. Goward, Freeborn. 

C. D. Adams, Morristown. 

C. H. Hclntyre, Red Wing. t 

J.H. Allen, Princeton. 

E. S. Bailey, Stanton. 

A. McHench, Henderson. 

Hill, Dustin A Co, Blue Earth aty. 



The Conduct of the War. 



Mrcrvtwrv StanlON EadwrsMl by l.l«iit. 
0«n. Cirtai t Mnd Ci«B. !II*»d<t — Ova 
Baaba' Bed River Cailare— Seaa. 
Butler wad Bnraelde Kxaaerated— 
finm. Meade Cbarg-ed wish IiSick ef 
Coafldeace. 



CURTIS & ETHERIDGE, 

191 ThirdiSt.. St. Paul. 



Tlie aggregate capital of Fire Insurance repre- 
sented by us amounts to 

$13,600,243.56. 

Ail losses la the State are settUd by as as soon 
as proois are prepared. 

Goods a^id Merchandise 

INiURED WaiLE IN TRANSIT, 

Both on river and lakes. We hope, by prompt 

attention to every branch of the insurance bu-^i- 

oess, to merit the conUdenoe and patronage ol 

the pn!>lic. 

Ctirti^i Sc Stheridse. 
oct 2gd'y 

BROOKL,Y]¥ 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

MmUaijue StreU {near Court), 

BROOKi:.Y>r, NKW YORK, 

Aad 1-&1 Broadway, Mew York. 



A healthy tonic, gentle stimulunt and unequalled 
morning app< tzer. Preinred in ripe old Bour 
boa. Being now used to the exclusion of all 
other Bitters in more than tifly United States 
Army tIospitaI;>, and miiliiin'4 o'' private fami 
lies, and is the uiil> pupulai inedlbliie which has 
been especially kxkmi'Tkh kkom st.amh t.\x by 
the United sitates Koveramcnt, on the ground ot 
its having r-een adopted as a standard kkmkut 
by the me;}ical profession. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

aarThey are made of ingredients wellknovra 
and approved by the medical profession, ac hav- 
ing poweriui tonic properties, are both jiaiutable 
and pltBnnpt. with sumcient strengtneuiug pro- 
perties to ci'rroct the bilious denuigement of the 
system, and act like a charm when taken accord- 
ing to direction, as a remedy fi)r the following 
diseases: — Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, 
Liver Affections, Loss of Appetite, Lowncss of 
Spirit, Sallow Cumplexiot. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS.^ 

FOR 
Headache, Costiveness, and kindred diseases, 
arising from a disordered condition of the Stom- 
ach, Liver, or Bowels. Let every one try these 
agreeable Bitters ; once tried and used, they will 
recommend them with conhdence to all others 
who are in need of a wholesome, agreeable and 
elTectnal tonic. The rapidly increasing demand 
for these Bitters has induced me to give them 
publicity, so that thousands who have not i-'sed 
them, may try them and be convinced of their 
efficacy. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

t^ l^adies, who nave tried and found most oth 
cr "Stomach Bitters'' too bitter, unpalatable and 
•oo highly medicated for their delicate taste, 
please irive these, a trial, and you will not be 
without them. They will give tone to the stonr 
ach, und strength to ihe whole system. 0g- li 

SDur drugxist or tradesman has not got these 
fitters, have him send for them. 4^ Remem- 
ber tho name, and take no other. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

4ar*Tue composition ui ur. hwaln's Bitters, 
having been made pu >lic toroueh the columns ol 
Medical Journals, and havini;i>een anopted as a 
standard ri-medy by the Medical t'rolession, are 
by the decision of the CommiMsioner ol Iniemai 
Revenue, EXEMPT FKUM STAMP DUTY. 

BB. C.U.S^rAAM, Proprietor, 

nmrwa — \ '''' Broadway. New York. 
UFFICM.- I 3^ g^^j^ Water-St., Chicago. 

C. A, COOK, Crneral Agent for the West, OfDcel 
26 Market Street, Chicago. 



WvsHiNGTON, May 19th. —The follow- 
ing testimony haa just been elicited be- 
fore the Committee on theCondu:t of the 
War, and is lurnished by them for publi- 
cation : 

TESTIMONY OF MAJ. GEN. MEADS. 

You have been in the army almost 
since the war commenced, and have bad 
intimate connection with, and knowledge 
ol the Army of the Potomac as a Gener- 
al, and for that reason I desire to place 
on our record your answer to the follow- 
ing inquiry : In what manner has Mr. 
Stanton, Secretay of War, performed his 
duties in regard to the supply of the army 
and the support of the military operations 
under your charge ? 

A. S^o far as my knowlerlge extends, 
and I have many relations with the War 
Department, I can most cheerfully say 
that everything that I ought to have, and 
everything I thought ought to be done, 
has been promptly attended to by Mr. 
Stanton as the head of the War Depart- 
ment. 

Q- What do you say of theialent and 
ability with which Mr. Stanton has coo- 
ducted his Department? 

A. I consider that the Department has 
been conducted with grevt ability. There 
may have been some matters in which I 
may have differed from Mr. Stauton, and 
mlrrht have ciiticised bis operations. 

Q Speak of the general management 
of the Department. 

A. As to the general management of 
the War Department, I consider that it 
has been managed with great ability. 

TKSTIMONY OV I.IEUTKNAXT GENERAL 
GRANT. 

Q. You have been Lieutenant General 
commanding for the past year or more ? 

Q. I wish you to place upon record 
your answers to the following questions : 
In what manner has Mr. Stanton, Secre- 
tary of War, performed his duties in the 
supply of armies and the support of the 
military operatioMS in your charge? 

A. Admirably. I think there has been 
no complaint in that respect — that is, no 
general complaint, so far aa he is con- 
cerned. I do not think there has been 
any ground of complaint in that respect. 

Q. lias there been any misunder- 
standing with regard to the conduct of 
the war, in any particular, -between you 
and the Secretary of VVar, since you 
have been in command ? 

A. Never any expressed to me. I 
never liaJ any reason to suppose that 
jtny fault was lound with anything I had 
done. So far as the Secretary of War 
and myself are concerned he has never 
interfered witii my duties, never thrown 
any obstacles in the way of any supplies 
I have called for. He has never detailed 
a course of campaign to me, and never 
inquired what I was going to do. He has 
always seemed satisfied with what I did, 
and has heartily co-operated with me. 

A CHANGE* OF TUNE. 



aBttnteniE^ woltttiiti* 



18 6 5 



'y^ WOULD BESFECTFULLT 

oall tba attantlOB of o* old oastoaars, aad Um 

p«bUog«a«nUy to tha f oUowlac adTartU«maBt, 

ooasprlslng some of the leadlnc artiolaa, whloh, 

(wftbtnorvaMd CMiUttos,) w« oflto to th« tnde: 

»•• bhls. Bflotlfled Whisky. 

!•• bbls. Old Ry« and Boorboa Whisky. 

lO btls. Holland Oia. 

•• bbls. Neatral SplrtU. 

!• pipes and eighths do. Cogalac Bnady.! 

a* H pipes Cherry, Madeira and Port Wtao. 

•• baskets Champagne. 

•• oases Claret and Saaterae Wlaa. 

••• M oholoe brands Clcus. 

>•• oases Cove Oysters. 

M> oases X and X Sardlaet. 

»• packages Pnutea. 

!• bbls. Zante Con-aats. 

»• hogsheads Brewn Sagar, 

••• bbls. Keflaed Sugar. 

— packages Molasses and SyraptJ 

Vk bags Pepper and Sploa. 

boxes GovemMeat do., assorted. 

MQ.D.Caps. 
lOOOscoksSalt. 
IftOOeibs.Bar LmmI. 
X09 boxes Babbitt's an'd Oe Luid's 
kegs of Nails and Spikes. 

boxes assorted Window OtaiSal 
W oases Flasks. 
••• ooUs Manilla Bopa) 
!•• dosea Bed Cords. 
M pairs assorted Blooks, . 
•• bales Oakaas. 
!• barrels ntob. 
1«<N> packages Wagoa Gear. 
!•• barrels Carboa OU. 

••• dosen Painted PaUs and Tabs. 

1*0 barrels Dried Fmlts. assorted, 

••• paokages assorted Teas. 

Sft sacks Bio Coffee. 

104> barrels Qronnd CoSee. 

•• saoks Old OoTemment Java CoffM. 

SO« packages, assorted brands, Plag Tobaooo. 

••• barrels Pine Cut Smokiag Tobao 

«• kegs Oold Leaf Tobacco. 

»»• boxes Soap. 

Doxes assorted Candles. 

S ^ ]M I> LE S" 

Of the above articies our fMends will always 

find us ready and wUllng to 

shew thorn. 

J. C. & H.C. BXTRBANKft Co. 

Obraer of Lower Levee and Sibley street, 
BSTtl-tt St. Panl. Minnesota. 

186«. 155^» 1865. 

'Winter Ajnra,nironkeitt. 

VUNNESOTA STAGE COMPANY. 



c t 



COOLEY, CARVER & CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 

IMPORTERS ANT> r>£IAXiE:RS IN^ 

FOREIGN AliTD DOMESTIC UQ [JORS, WHTEB 

CIGARS, &0., &C. 

•Jackson Street, bet^reen ILsevoe and Xliiird^ 



|aal-tt 



SAJONTT P.A.T7I:.. 



No. ISO TmiEtT) STJREET, ST. FAXJI-, 

AO-BNTFOR 

Dupont's Celebrated GrLapo-wder. 

Blasting, Rifle, Diamond Grain, and Ihck Sporting, 

30 KEaS HOLLA-ND IIERRIlSra, 

2S 'Bbls, Cider, 

Hungarian, Timothy, and Clover Seed, 

40 SACKS lAVERJPOOMi OROUMII' BAM/W, 

Oranges, Lenaons, Eancy !Pr\anes^ I'^igs* 

AMES' SUGAR-CURED HAMS; DRUiD BERF. 
DA.TKS, SOIZBMIi^jr PS./i.R8. 

"fork State" 



ti Barrels New Dried Apples, 
and Oh'o growth. 

*» Boxes W. K. Cheese. 

20 Half Boxes M. K. Raisins, New. 

itO Boxes Layers, New. 

A large lot of New Garden Seeds. 
400 ifoxRn li^ncy Cand)b 
900 boxes New Canned Fruits. 

1ft Kegs New Prunes. 



as Bales best Nsvy Oakum. 
IS Barrels Mew Uomlny, 
2d Kegs New P< arl Barley. 
i Barrels New Split Peas. 
ftO Bushels small White Army Beans. 
30 Half-barrels White Fish, new. 
30 Barrels and lialf-tMU-rels Mackerel. 
,30 do do do Ueriiag. 



.A.xid every article usually kept by a Grrooer. 

ISO Tliird gJt., St. Paul. 



B. PRESLEY, 

mohl^lm 



CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 



HAVB ESTABLIBHKI) A 



WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE 

la thlsolty, ia oonneotloa with their 

PA.PER AULiL., iwr ST. AurraoiNTY, 

Aad desire to oaUthe attentloa of bayers ta thalr 

Immense Stock cf 

LBTTKK, HOTK AND CAP PAPER. KN i^LOPKS, BOOK AND NEWS PRINT, PLAT AMD 

ALL KINDS OP WRAPPING PAPERS, PRINT£R8' A!(D WRTTIMQ tSKB 

AND FLUIDS, 1 £NS, PENCILS, *0.. *0. 

Agents for 

GREENLEAF & TAYLOR'S MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

We will sell as low as Eastern Jobbers wLth Freight added 

THE HIGHEST MARKET PEICE IN CASH PAID FOB 
PAFEB SAGS, BOPE, GUNNIES ft OLI) NEWSFAFEB8. 



pimltaiiyrintfo 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 



FAST FREIGHT . LINE I 



We wonid again oall the attention of Mer- 
ohants to the inducements offered by this well- 
known Company for the 

Transportation of Freight 

NEW YORK & BOSTON 

TO THE "W^BJST. 

Banning Their Own Cars 

orer the entire roote, aad 

Hi?IN6 THEIR OWN AGENTS 

At all polau of trans-shipment, they are enabled 
To Make Better Time 

than any eoaipetlng ronte, 

While their Rates are Always as Low 

AS AHT 

"ALri-RAIIL. LINE 

CAM OFTKB. 



It Is a mUtaken idea that this Company Is aa 
"Xxprets" Company, charging " ExpreBt" 
rates. By a oomparison of their printed tariffs, 
It will be seen that their rates are the tome as the 
regular Sail Koads.'^ * 



GROCERS 

Will find it the I>e8t ronte by which to ship their 
FIRST A SECOND-CLASS GOODS, saving 
both time and wastaga arising f^om 
improper handling, an annoyanoe 
which is no small item to 
business mm. 
AU over-ekarget and claims <f every kind are 
settled on presentation at our olOcc, thus Mving 
Merchants the trouble and delay oi a reference 
to Eastern Agents, who are proTerbially dilato- 
ry, if they even respond at all I 



IMnBiBCIXAJVTS 

Will do well to oall at either of oar Eastern offl- 
CCS before making oontraots elsewhere. 



ootl-tf 



Offi.o« l«ro. SSao T'liivd- St.. St. Paul. Ihliaa. 



FASSENOEB U^. 



The London Times on Presi- 
• dent Lincoln. 



j»Uli*iy ''-^ * 



TEA! TEA! TEA! 



IN THE 



ST. PAUL TEA STORE 



sepZOly S30 Tbird Hsre** . 

' yuTiCE. 

TO THE STOCKHOLDEBS OK TOE 

1st Div. St Paul k Paciffic R. R. Co. 

The annual meeting of the Slockh»lderg of the 
1st Div. St. Paul and Padflc Railroad Company 
will be held on the secosd Tuesday In June, being 
on the Mth prDx , from 9 o'clock a. m. to 2 v. M., 
at the office of the Compary, in the City of St. 
Psu'.fjr the purpose of electing Directors for' 
the ensuing year. 

Dated St. Paul, May 13th, 1805. 

SAML. 8. BRKED, 
ial2-lm Secretory."? 

LBKACM A CO 
• Manufacturers .of superior 

SOiVP A1VI> CA1VX>LES, 

Eagle street, near Upper L«Tee. 
HIGHEST MABKET FBICE PAIC FOB 

' Lttird. Tallo'W and Grease 

i..i«a*rH Haul Ivlfcw' *. w. vit*»»Boif. 

^ - 

BlbAMK SOOKS 
Of avsry de«ariptiaa fior Bceordi or A* 



CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 

OM THK nVJTCTAI. PX.AM. 

Ki^hty per cent, oftlje profits go to the 8Hi<ored, 
1 he direclorrt of vhi^ souud and reliable inxti- 
tutlon are composed if the moHt Hubslautial i iti- 
«»'im of Br-jOklyo ani Jifw York. Kxtra induce- 
ments are otfen'd by this Company for those 
seeking Life Insurance. 

CHRIS I'lAN BOCCK, President. 

Ki(-iiARi> Ii. Hakdlno, Secretary. 

It CiOnnO^. Gen. Agent for Mtnnevota. 

A. Ci. BRIl»ng:SE, Medical Examiner. 

.St. Paul, March 9, l«A5. mchIO .'hn 

HAIINT PAUL 

T^IKK AND MAR INK 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 



SOLD IN ST. PAUL BY 



(•ZVlTir A-, ann 



B. U. BieciS, Druooist. 



St. Paul, ]>Xiunesota. 



DIRECTORS : 

.J. O. Burbank, President 

PETER BEBKEY, 
W. K.DAVIDSON. 
AV. P. MUBUAY, 
WILLIAM lEK, 
E. ¥. DB\K£, 

FAftvVELL. 



DAVID DAY. 
J )HN-NICOLS. 
JNO. L. MtBBIAM, 
JOHN 8. PBINCE, 
THEO. 80BUP, 



U0KACETU0MP30NGB0. L. 
STOCKHOLIiRRSa 



♦••«*«■ 



■atfa to ordar la the bast ntaaaar, at ths 

.^ "raia8">nf»ii7. 



DarW Day. 
.lohn L. .tierrlam, 
K Blskely. 
J. ('. KiirKank, 
T. V CIiMrritree, 
Krank H. I-'arwell. 
'■•eorge L. Far well, 
W.IU ra I ee, 
r. K. McQuillan, 
Aijthony Kelle?, 
A. H. W il.ler. 
H. C. Burbank, 

A. J. Goodrich, 
Morris Lamprey, 

B. Iltaiipre, 
P. H.Kellev, 
D. D. Merrill, 
Tlieo. Borup, 
<;. M. Dalley, 

C. D. Strong, 
Geo. H. Edgerton, 
B. Pre8le> . 



John Nicols. 
.John H, Prino". 
IIorraC'4 Thomp'on, 
J E. Thompson, 
W. B. litan, 
Peter Boikey. 
Wm. hhodeti, 
Wm. F. Davidson 
P. S. Davidnon, 
W. P. Murray. 
W.L. Mo 8, 
Wm. A. Spencer, 

C. K. Mayu, 
J..C. Raguet, 
K. F. Drake. 

D. C. Oreenleaf, 
8. K. Putnam, 
N. K. Champlin, 
Joitep"! Dally, 

C. W. Carpenter, 
Lorenzo Alli8, 
A. H Cathcart. 



The above Company is now prepared to issae 

Fire and 9£ai*ine Poliotew 

AT C(JRS£MT BATES, 



fct rolcum , ©U^ampisi, &f . 

JUST KECKIVKU! 

BY EXPBE.SS, 
THa K08T PKRFKCT Afll>lCOMPACr1 

Ii^erotsene X.<aiitojrn^ 

Ever brought to this mat let. 
l^liolesale au<l rCetail, 

—A T— 

MARVIIH^S 

Crockery Importing Hon^e, 

l^O Ac 191 Tlalrd-St. 

sept 10 

BORUP Sc OAJS:^^, 

Bankers and Exchange Dealers, 

GOODBICH BLOCK, THIBD ST., 

SAINT PAUL, MINN» 



Establislaed in ll^fSl. 

1» 

Collections payable in the City made<r«eof 

ooBt and throughout the State iVee of charge be- 
yond actual expenses Incurred. Kemittances 
msde the diy after collection attbcIoMreci rati- 
of Exchange. 

Orders for Land Warrants, State Warrants, 
United States Bonds, County and City Bonds 
promptly executed at the lowest rates. City, 
County and State Taxes paid. State aud United 
States Couponsj^id at our Counter. 
References : 



Dollner, Potter A Co., 
New York. 

Kl'^^am A Co., N. Y. 

Kochn Bros. & Coffey, 
New York. 

Drexel A Co, Philadel- 
phia. 

Exchange Rank. Bost'n 

Spencer. Vila A Co., 
Boston. 

Brown, Shipley k Co,, 



Johnston Bros. A Co., 

Baltimore. 
Butter, Kndicott ACo., 

Chicago. 
Bank of Ualeaa.Galena. 
Allen, CoppA Nesbitt, 

St. Louis. 
Statp Savings Ansooia- 

tlon, St. Louis. 
Frans Uch, Schlnter * 

Sohn. Hamburg, 
Ai Uarovard A Co, 



The London Times of May 5th, says 
the reception of Sir Frederick Bruce by 
President Johnson augurs well lor the 
future relations of the two countries. It 
was a formal act, but it was accompanied 
'with cordial expressions on both sides 
which divested it ot formality and justi- 
tied it j being regarded as a fresh earnest 
of amity. The Ttmea says the language 
of the President was pacifie and states- 
manlike, and Americans may feel sure it 
will meet with a response in England. 
The article conclutles as follows : 

"Time, which, in the words of Wash- 
ington, 'changes men as well as things,' 
is ever busy in erasing the records of past 
animosities, and a beniiicent natural 
law works a perpetual amnesty of that 
whii-h is be»t forgotten. The truth is 
tl.ut i!i!i y ft those sayings which have 

iv, n iiinst pain to the English or Ameri- 
can public ought nevjr to have been re- 
peated beyond the audience to which 
they were originally addressed, still 
less to have been telegraphed in a mutil- 
.ated form, without their context, to 
those who would least realish it. Great as 
the advHii'ages of modern publicity are, 
it has some drawbacks, and one of them 
is the univers tl currency which it gives 
to a hasty expression. 

"Everything thit an American Minister 
or fientral may say to a boisterous crowd 
of patriotic serenaders reaches our ears 
with cruel precision of detail, every loose 
idea of an English member of Parliament 
respecting the origin and objects of the 
war is reported without explanation at 
New Vork. A great deal of mischief has 
been <! >"« in this way, and the well-con- 
siiivn-d (!i.<patcbes of the Governments 
hr.ffor that reason received less than 
ih ir due share of attention It would 
t)t; too much to say that nothing will be 
found id tho^e o( our own Foreign olHce 
which wc ctiuld now wish to modify, 
for the sam*^ marvellous course of 
events which c.irried President Abra- 
ham Liocoln with it, and of which 
Pteaident .Johnson owns himself the pas-' 
sive instrument, has deeply influenced 
t'jc views of European observers. Upon 
the whole, however, we have no reason 
to be ashamed of the tone in which Lord 
Rusie!l ba's conducted the correspond- 
ence, and no reason tt complain of that 
in which Mr. Seward has represoted the 
interests of America on trying and crit- 
ical occasions. We earnestly trust that 
a like dignity and courtesy may conllnua 
'o characterize all commnnications be- 
tween tlie two governtyents, and as for 
what " IfHtoricus" calls "idle words of 
provocation employed by" irresponsib' « 
persons." let us take his wise advice, '^nj 
suffer them to b-; buried in the gra .^ oi 



The roads are well stocked with llrst olasi 
aorses. Concord Coached, with oarefnl and ea))» 
rlenoed drivers, all under the oontrol of oonq>e* 
tent agents. 
■oHaDUiacor DarABTvass raoMaaniTFAbtA 

For Hastings, Bed Wing, Lake City, Reed's 
Wabaehaw, Minneiska, Winona, and La Crosse 
at 6H o'clock ▲.«[. 

For StlUwater— DaUv, at • a. x. 

For Shakopee, Jotoan, St. Lawreaoe, Bella 
Plsln, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse dfl 
dloux, St. Peter and Manka*«— Dally at 4 o'olook 
a.M> 

For Boseaoant, Castle ->ouc,Ntrthfleld. Caa 
non City, Faribault, Medloru Ctlntuii Falls aad 
Owatonna, oonnecting at Owatonna, t&r Wilton 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Ageucy aud Mankato t 
AUo torJUoe Lake, Olarvmont, Waaiola, Man^ 
torTtUe,Soohester,Cbacfield,and WlnooB-Dally 
at4 A.K. 

For Indastriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando 
Montloetlo, Clear^rater, St. Angusta and St. 
Cloud— Dally, at 7 A. m. 

For Sauk Bapids.Uehe Prairie, Fort Bipley and 
Crow Wing— Mondtys, Wednesdays and Frl> 
days at 7 o'clock a. m 

For Bichmond, Sank Ceotr^, A>exandrli 
Chippewa. Pomme de lerro Bn^jrliiMge, F 
Aberoromoie, Mondays and. Thur<'tn.y3 at T 
o'clock A. X. 

For Little Canada, Colnmbas, Snnrlse City- 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at7o'olook 

A. M. 

For further partioulars Inquire at the Oeaeral 
Offloe on Third Street. 

J. C. BUBBANK ACO. 
apXl-dly Proprietors. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

» 

^nd. T^ixinesota. Ho8]>ita.l* 

ESTABLISHED 1850, FOR THE TRKATMEMT OF 
DTSBASES OP TflE URIKAIiY AND SB.\C^AL SYSTEMS, AND IN- 
COnPOnATET) BY THE LEGISLATURE IN 1881. OFFICE IN CON- 
CERT HALL BLOCK—ne/ir the Post O^rt. 

Dit. WILtilAM.'<, the'Conculting Surgeon of ttie above Institution, has 
junt published a Slanual of Sexual Diseaeeo, alaige book of 350 pages, and over 
100 engravings. It is the onlv book ever published which gives a truthful de- 
HCription of Spermatorrhea, Venereal Dit'cases, Kcmale Complaintu, and all dis- 
eases ol the urinary and reproduitive organs of nen and wom^n of whatever na- 
tuTH, Including the solitary hab ts of both sexts, and their deplorable conse- 
Quenceo on the mind and body, Impotence, loss o f power, and the secret infirmi- 
ties of youth and manhood, the physiology of msrriage, Ac, with new and guc- 
cesflful methods of treatment for all the above lases. Mailed in a plain sealed 
wrapper for one dollar. 

j^- Descriptive Circulars containing valuable information toths afflicted who wish to avoid 
quackery, mailed in a sealed envelop on receipt of ID cents. Also a pa nphlet for ladies, price 5 cents. 
■' Aii communicatious conlidentiai, a'<d will reach the consulting surge >n by addressing 

THK OAI.K1IIC XMHTff'TVI'E, Saint Paul, Minnesota. 



B. 'vr. iiiKi.i.Am, supt, 

BulIUo, N. Y. 

jA. H. liIVAMCilSXOM. Agent, 
IK Murray St., N.T. 

«. «. KXnDEB, Agent 

7» Washington Street, 
Bcston, Mass. 

J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A CO.^ 

AoEHTs, SAiirr Paul, Mlna. 
ntchio-am 



CHEROKEE CURE 

,• l(n)'!i K THB 6RBAT 

IliDlAN MEDICINE 






fSrIa, 
Fori 



BXJ"y YOUK. TIfcUlNI£8 



FBOM THE MANUFACTUREB, ARD 



Save Freight & Store Profits 1 



tl 



po 



B THB CABS 



Oar Omnibasses will mn to and from the prln 
alpal Hotels and Boats In connection with th« 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAIX.BOAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for la 
tad war to orders left at the American, Intemai 
tlonal and Merobants, or at our otnce. 

iyl J.C. BUBBANK A CO. 



Ckro^ex- Sc IBeiUer'm 

CBLKBi:.iTKD HIOHES*- PHKMIVM 

SEWING MACHINES 



THERE AKB MOBB OF THEM IN 

THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 
IN THE WORLD I 



USE 



Taok, 



They will Stitch, S=am, Hem, Felt, 
Braid, Bind, Cord, and Quilt, and are 

rrhe Onljr ACachitie 

THAT WILL 

Embroider Beautifully' 

Call aiid see them, at 

260, Grcienleaf's Block, 

THIBD STREET, ST. PAUL. 



C. I* R O A. IL. 

HAS OFBRKD A 

TRUJSK MANUFACTORY! 

ASD IS ALSO KAKIKO TO OBOBB 

Buggy, Carriage &, Team Harness, 

A Large variety always on hand. Also 

Valises and Traveling Bags ! 
MLITAHY SADDLERY! 

AQ-«NT? FOR 

Henry and Ballard Bifles 
and Cartridges. 

j^RKPAIBINO of all klncii on TRUNKS, 
HABNKS.S, ac, neatly and promptly done. 

Having commenced manufacturing all my own 
work, i would respectfully solicit a share of pub- 
lic patronage. My material Is bought direct from 
the first hands, and made up, by good workmen 
under my own management, and hence I am 

?repared to work low and make the best of work, 
have also constantly on hand 

WHOLESALE & BETAIL, 

and a largo assortment of 

Siiddlery Hard-ware 

49- Bemember, 

UNION BLOCK, Cor. THIBD A ROBERT Sts 
]an20ly 




GREENBACKS ARE COOO,' 

BUT KOBACK'S ARE BETTER. 



STOMACH BITTERS. 

Ten thousand bottle* 
sold In one month. The 
most popular Stomach 
Bitters in use. 



ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Good for all derange- 
ment of the Stomach, 
Biliousness, Liver Com 

ilaint. and General De* 

ility, 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

They possess wonder- 
Ail tonic properties, giv 
ing tone to the appetite 
and digestive organs. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

DeblliiatedXadies. and 
ledentary persons will 
~nd in them an excellent 
tonic. 



koBj^ck'S bitters. 

A wlneglassful )efore each meal will remove 
Indigestl )n and all liver diseases. 

ROBi^CK'S BriTERS. 
They are l)etter tl lan all Pills, Powders, aad other 

nauseous, disagreeable compounds. 

ROBiSCK'S BITTEEIS. 
They can be take a without regard to diet. As an 

appetiser they have no equal. 

ROBiS.CK'S BITTERS. 

They are prepared by an old and skillful physl- 

dan from well known vegetable remedies. 

ROB^.CK'S BITTERS. 
Wherever known they have become a standard 

family itrengthening remedy. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Try and jouone bottle, will always use them and 

recommend them to ot hers. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

O. W. KOBACK, Compounder of Stomach 
Bitters, Blood Pirifter, and Blood Pills, and Dis- 
tiller and Manufiicturer of CaUwba and Swedish 
Brandies and ill kinds of the finest dotoestlc 
llouors. which are sold wholesale or in any de. 
sired quantltv: »t No8. 56, 58, 00 and 62 East 
Third-st., Cinciinati, Ohio. For salebyDrug- 
sists and Dealer s in Medicine everywhere. 
" mch22-ly 



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BOOTS. BARKS AND LEAVES 

An anfUltng core foe Sperm.atorr?iaa, Brmtnal 
Weakne-is, Nnctumal Kmistimu, and all dl*<>s*et 
csai«d by Self-T\>lvUon, such as Lou ^ Memory, 
Univtrial Lasritude, I^int in tit*. Back, Dimmat o) 
Yition, Premature Old Age, Weak Nrrvet, IHffivultg 
of Breathing, Ti-emUing, Wakefiilrui$, Eruptioni 
on the fhcf, PaJf. OunVnafKV, Insanity, Omtump- 
tion and all the direful complaints CAUied by d»- 
parling from the path of nature. 

jgg^ This medicine Is a slaiple vegetaMs extract, 
and one on which all can rely, a* It hat been used 
in oar practice for reanr years, and with thousands 
treated. It has not failed In a stngle Instance. Its 
curative poKers have be«n sathcient to gain vlo- 
tory over the most stnbbom case. 

t»^To those wfeo faav« triced *nlh fKnr eoritti. 
tuiitn^ anlU thfy thick themselves bryond the 
reach of medleal aid, we would say, pbspaib sot I 
IheOnEROKEK OURE wUl restore y<ou to health 
and vt(^r, and Alter all quack doctors have failed I 

fg^ Price Two Dollars per bottle, or three bot- 
tles for rive Dollars, and forwarded by Express te 
all parts of the world. 

Pamphlet sent by mall free of postage, bj 

DR. W. R. MERWIN A CO., 

68 Liberty St.. New York, Bole Proprietofe. 



6LAD NEWS FOB TUB DNFORTDNATK. 

Tlie Loii£ son£lit for Discorered at Last 

Owes in from om 





aXiXa xcinds of 
MAOHINE WORK 

done, ar ,d satlsflM^on warranted. 

Silk T liread. Coil. «fec.. 



w 



OOSS-lT 



For Sole. 

S. £. OEK, 
Oeni Agent for Minnesota. 



Q»"<">A«* 



wwvmv. 



President Lincoln. 



♦ « ♦ « » 



—The Burlington (Vt.) Tim- ^^^j^^h^ 
flfty-five thonsand deserters, an- .gf p^g of tho 
last proclamations of Presiaer /LiQ^jp^ ^^^^ 
within ten days past emlgr^d ft^ Cwada, 
reported at C»p«. Glpwoy, ^^^^ Mdrelunit 
A M lerricO) 



AXSU &> DIVERSY. 

BREWERS 0>| 



HATMSY dk SAMKKB. 

R K i^ Ij KSTATHJ, 
— Aien— 
Ck>naxxii8sion Am^-oXm. 

Third .Street, Bridge Blook. 



GS^neral 

Offloe 



ORAB. T. WHITSKT, 

Notary Public. 
a««-l 



ISAAR A. BANKKK, 

Surveyor A Engineer 



A CAIIA» XO IMVAXKUS, 

A Clergyman, while residing In South America 
as a raisslonar-, discovered a safe ana simple 
remedy for the cure of Neivous Weaknes*^, Early 
Decay, Diseases" of the Urinary and KemMuU Or- 
gans, and the whole train of disorders brought 
on bv baneful ai d vicious habits. Great nambers 
have been aires dy cured by this noble remedy. 
Prompted by a < [exlm to benefit the afflicf ed and 
unfortunate, I vill Hend the receipt for preparing 
and using tliis medicine, in a »e..led envelope, to 
any one who nesds it, Fbek ok Chakgk. 

Address 

JOSEPH T. INMA;^. 
Station D, Bible House, 

mohl4-ly NewYorttClty. 



CARRIAC^lilS & UttHT WA«ONS. 



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le. 



^RJ|5 AND PROWN g?9P^' 
rQ» HAU; BT 



MINNESOTA 

HEALTH INSTITUTION, 

At St. Anthony Falls, Minn. 

This splendidly located house, late the Cheever 
Hoase, is now open by the Minnesota Health 
Association for the reception of guests and in- 
vaUds. 

Z. P. GLASS, M. D., 

Miss M. AUGUSTA FAIBCHILD. M. D., 

Physician*, 

B. W. PLUBJMEK, of Maine, President. 
R. M. S. PEASE, Secretary and Svperiniend't, 
febt4-!>i* 

LKOMARD dk BHSIBK. llMiMora.— 
Shop In old Baptist Church Building on Fifth 
street, near .Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter 
work done to ordej-. 

MBBBimS, ArcM*«c«.— Office In the 
f same bnlldlng as Leonard A Shetre'a Oar 
>nt«r Shop. on mh itreat, ■jw«'?^««' ,P«- 

aNfflptioa, pr^«rt4 ob itertBOttw. 4Mf> 



B 



We liave tit sale a good assortment of; 

U O G I E 8 , 

Open, Top and Sido Spring, 
KXraESS WAOOiNS, 

Also, light one horse LUMBER WAGONS, with 
'half.8pringB. 

ma- Terms lew, for cish only. We a^ «": 
sUntly mauutscturing HR.ST-CLASS WOKK, 
have every IkMIity; ase the best of fcastem 
stock ; and respectfully ask a share of paUonage. 
N. B.-RKPA.I RING IN ALL ITS BBANCHE8 
attended to promptly, at reasonable rates. 

*»-Factor» < n Bobert street, St. Paul, Minn. 

f^^ QUIMBY A IJALLOWELL. 

■Pie 8ubscrl1>er proposes to keep a SALES 
STABLE at tte stand recently oocnpled by wo. 

Gruber (the Farmer's Home,) 

ON K)UETH ST., NEAR ST.ANTHOlrt ST., 
FOK THB 

I>urot^a80 ftnd Sale of Korfco*. 

»i£^' .: u.sMa. 



to three days. 

CHEROKEE REMEDY 

CHERO KEE ^N JECTIOnf 

Clom|^imded£roin Boots, Barks and Leavea 

OBEROKKE REMKDT, the great Indian DlirrrUe 
cures all diseases of the Crlsary Organs, such as 
Incontinence of the Urine, Infia-mmation of the 
Bladder, Injtammatinn of the Kutnei/i, SUme m the 
Bladder, &rxdur», Oravfl, Gonorrhea, Gleet, anl 
Is especially recommended In those cases of Flimr 
AUnu, (or Whiles In females,) where all tbs old 
nauseous medicines have failed. 

Mf- It Is prepared In a highly coaoentrated 
form, the dose only being f^om one to two teaspoon- 
fuls three Umes per day. 

l^T' It Is diurttxc and alterative In Its action : 

EarifylnK and cleaostn)? the blood, eaasloft It to flow 
I all of In original purity and vigor ; thai remov- 
tag tnm the system all pemicloas causes which 
have Induced disease. 

OHEROKBB INJTKCTIOIV Is Intended 
as an ally or assistant to the Clkeroke* Rcin- 
edy, and sboald be used bi couJunctUn with that 
medicine In all cases of Gleet, Gonorrhea, Fluor 
AltQS, er Whites. lUeffecU are heallni?, soothing, 
and demulcent; removing all scalding, heat and 
pain. Instead of the burning and almost unendurable 
pain that is experienced with nearly all the cheap 

quack Iniectlona. 

Kg- By the nse of the OHBBOKEE RFMEDT. 
and CHEROKEE IMJEOTION— the two medicines 
at the same time aU Inaproper dlscMarcea are 
removed, and the weakened organs are speedily res- 
tored to full vigor and strength. 

f^- Price, Clierokec Reme^ly. •> pei 
bottle, or three bottles for %h. 

fST" Prlee, Clierokee Injection, %i per 

bottle, or three bottles tor SS. 
•oo* by Kzpreaa to any address ea reedpt of prto*. 

tar Tlse CheroMe* Remedy, Chero- 
kee Injection and iCUerokee Cnre>. are 

sold by ail enterprising DrugglsU In the dvlHied 
world. Bome anprlnclpled dealers, however, try to 
sell worthless compounds la plaoe of these : those 
which they can purchase at a cheap price, and make 
more money by selling, than tbev can on theet ined- 
Iclnca. As you value your health, aye, the health 
of year future offspring, do noi be deceived by such 
nnprUielpled Dru^idrts <uk for iheuv^di^taud 
take no Mbmrs. If the DrugglsU will net boy tbem 
for vou, enclose the money In a letter, and we will 
send them U you by BipreM, securely sealed and 
sacked free from obaerraUon. 

Ladies or Gentlemen can address us m perfect 
eonSdence, stadng fully and plainly their diseases 
and symptoms, as we treat all diseases of a chronio 
nature In male or female. Patients ne«l not \esltaio 
because of their InablUtor to visit us. as we have 
treated patlenU successfoUy In all portions of the ctv- 
Ulied globe, oy corresponJ'-nce. 

PatlenU addressing us will please state plainly 
all the symptoms of their oomplalRts, and write Posl- 
omoe, County, BtaU and name of writer, plain, an* 
Inclose portage stamp tor reply, 
dri' '^d^SSr^r^lSS'so^J^^csn; 
the proprietory. ^ ^^,^^„, ^.00^ 
^ Ho. as Ubarty s««», »•» «o»»- 



KXCMIB, 

Sole Wholesale aadJtotaU ^f«*;^J|^'^^ 

to whom aU orders must be addresaM. 

Jyia-lydAw w ffcsm ^^^^^^^|„— 

Sahid aid PrtatMlu^* 
tiM "niBSt" Job rrUMM 




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THE SATNT PAUL PEBSS TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1865. T 



TliE CITY. 



Death of J A. Peckliam, Bsq.— 

This communitv wu stArtled by tbe an- 
nouncement, which was rapidly circulated 
about the city Sunday afternoon, of the 
audden death of John A. Peckham, Esq 

Mr. Peckham has never been in first 
rate healtb since his residence in the city, 
but has always been able to attend to 
business, and has been regarded by those 
not intimately actjuainted with him as a 
well man. Last Thursday evening he 
left Borup •!& Oakes bank, with which he 
was connected, not feeling quite as well 
as usual and on Friday and Saturday he 
was too unwell to attend to business and 
remained at home. Saturday evening he 
was much better and came up town as 
far as the International. 

Sunday morning he walked to the 
Merchant's hotel, and returned home 
with the intention of attending church. 
but feeling more unwell upon arriving 
there, he told his family, who were just 
starting for church, that he would remain 
at home. A short time after twelve his 
wife returned and found that he had un- 
dressed himself and lain down upon the 
bed. He was insensible and appeared 
to have had spasms. Drs. Murphy. 
Wharton and Williams were summoned 
as speedily as possible, but medical aid 
was of no avail, and he died, at 2 v. m., 
without having been restored to con- 
sciousness. Tbe pbysiciaos pronounced 
his disease neuralgia of the heart, 

Mr. Peckham was a native of New 
York, and was forty-seven years of age- 
He came to St. Paul in 1857, from New 
York city. The following year he enter- 
ed Borup & Oiikes' banking house a» 
bork-keeper, which position he retained 
at the time of his death. He was also for 
a time. Secretary of tbe St. Paul Gas 
Company. 

Mr. Peckham was arespected and pub 
lie spirited citizi^n. He was elected to 
the City Council from the Fifth Ward in 
1863, for three years, and has been Vict 
President of that body since his connec- 
tion with it. Last fall he was chosen 
member of the House of Beprcsentative« 
of this State, and faithfully fulfilled the 
duties of that office. Upon the occasion 
of th^ late funeral of President Lincoln 
he was sent to Springfield as a delegate 
from the City Council. 

Mayor Prince called a special meeting 

of the Council yesterday morning, and 

after roll-call the following message was 

read : 

Mr. Preoideiit and Gentlpmen of the Common 
Council of the City of ^t Pal: 

Gentlemen — I have deemed it to be my duty 
to convene the Council in order to announce 
toyou otticidlir the sudden and unexpected 
death, on the 21st inst , of .\lderman John A. 
Peckham, of the 5th Ward, that snch meas- 
ures may be adopted to evince the respect fur 
the memory of your late honored and la- 
mented as<ociate^ as may by you be consid- 
ered appropriate to the occasion. 

The sterlinjt qualities of the deceased as a 
citizen, and his etticiency a? a member of ihp 
City Council, are so well known to you that it 
would )>e superfluous in me to dwell upon 
them. His dcaih will be deeply I'clt by the 
community at large, and the warmest Vym- 
pathy extended by all to his bereaved and af- 
nicted family . 

Very respectfully, 

JOHN !>. PRINCE, Mayor. 

Aid. Murray offered the following res 
olutions, which were unanimously adopt- 
ed: 

Resohed. That the Common Council has 
received with profound sensibility, the com- 
munic-.ition irom tbe Mayor, on the death of 
our late associate, John .A.. Peckham. who was 
long an active, useful and distinguished mem- 
ber of this body. • 

Reiolted. That the Common Council will 
manitest its resp ct tur the memory of the 
deceased, and its sympathy with his liereaved 
family by wearing crape on the left arm and 
caJ^ing the Conncil Chamber to be draped in 
mourning for thirty days. 

Resohed, That the Common Council as a 
body will attend the funeral of the deceased, 
and that the Mayor and members of the City 
Government are requested to participate with 
us in the funeral obsequies of our late associ- 
ate, and that the offices of tbe city be closed 
through the day, 

Rtsotred, That the Mayor be requested to 
make these resolves known to the family of 
the deceased. 

It being thought necessary to have the 
funeral with as little delav as possible it 
took place at 4 r. m. yesterday. 
He was a prominent member of the Ma- 
■onic order and had reached the rank of 
Knight Templar. Several Masons from 
St. Anthony and Minneapolis were pre- 
sent, and joined with their brethren of 
of this city who took charge of the bur- 
ial ceremony. Ashe was a member o 
tbe Pioneer Hook and Ladder Comany, 
tbe firemen of that and the other com ■ 
panies in tbe city joined in the processionf 
The City Council and city officers were 
also in the procession in accordance with 
the request of the resolutions above. 

The Episcopal service took place at 
St. Paul's Church, afler which the pro- 
cession was formed, headed by the Great 
Western Band, and proceeded to the 
Cemetery. Here the Knight Templar 
•ervice took place conducted by Sir 
Knight Geo. L. Otis, assisted by Sir 
Knights Geo. W. Prescott, S. Y. Mc- 
Masters and Dr. Amea of Minneapolis. 

Mr. Peckham leaves a wife and three 
daughters to mourn their great and sud- 
den loss. They have the sympathy of 
numerous friends, who kiiew and respect- 
ed the deceased, in their hour of bereave- 
ment. 

It is a singular fact that Mr. Peckham 
bad two insurance policies upon his life, 
one for $2,000 and the other for $1,000, 
the latter of w hich would have expired 
at noon yesterday, if he had lived and 
failed to renew it. 



7r.^testant Orphan Asylum.— 

We are glad to notice that a movement 
it on foot to establish a Protestant Or- 
phan Asylum. The Catholics are already 
doing a great work in this direction and 
it is a reproach to the Protestants that 
they have as yet taken no active part in 
such an enterprise. The field is broad 
and there will be found abundant work 
for aU who can be secured to labor in the 
cause. 

In order to organize sn^S „n institution 
the Udies of St. Paul, . „,r.ito 

denominations, are invi... ... ^^et at tbe 

lecture room of the First Presbyterian, 
(Mr. Mattock's) ohurch, at two o'clock 
to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon. 

There should be a full attendance in 
order to place (he institution on a firm 
•od permanent ba«is. 



The First National Bank of this city 
.ubscnbed last week for seven-thiities, 
one hundred thousand dollars, and yes- 



^Oeological Survey.— Prof. Henry 
f^mea. State Geologist, accompanied by 
his brother Richard Eaaies, who is also 
an accomplished geologist, leave this 
morning for Lake Superior, where they 
will spend aboat five months in making a 
geological survey. They contemplate a 
journey of about seven hundred miles in 
prosecuting the work. 



Vandalism- — St. Paul like every 
otlier town, is cursed with rowdy boys 
who delight in wanton mischief, just for 
the fun of the thing. Some of these 
scapegraces have been throwing stones 
through the windows of the St. Paul's 
Church, and by a notice in another col- 
umn it will be seen that the vestry offer a 

reward for their detection. 

»«» — 

Personal- — Lieut. Wm. Colter of the 
Heavy Artillery reached home yes'erday 
morning on a short furlough. The head- 
quarters of tbe regiment remain at Chat- 
tanooga. The health of the regiment is 
not good, measles and summer complaint 
being the prevailing diseases. Mark Hen- 
dricks is sutler of the regiment and is dc- 
ing a thriving business. 



Tex Doll.\rs Reward I— The Vestry 
of St. Paul's church (Episcopal) otfer the 
the above reward for the detection of any per 
■on or persons who have been engage*! in 
throwing stones at, and breaking the stained 
glass windows in the atxjvc named church. 
A large numl)er of glasses have been broken 
lately, and the Vestry are anxious to detect 
the perpetrators. Anyone lodging informa- 
tion with any of the vestrj-, or the undersign- 
ed, leading to the detection of the perpctr.-i- 
tors, will be promptly rewarded. 

J. S. CONDIT, Clerk of Vestry. 

May 22d, 186.5. 

MiNNKSOTA River. — Tbe Steamer Ot- 
ter, Captain C. Bisson, leaves for New Uuin 
this (Tuesday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. For 
treight apply on board. 

Real Estate. — We hear of some 
Kood indications as to the motion of real 
estate at St. Poul. Gira'rt Hewitt, Esq., of this 
city, dealer in real e.itate, has within a few 
days, among other sales, disposed of the hand- 
some brick house on Lake Como. to William 
P. Warner, Esq., of St. Paul, for cash $4,.500. 

\/A II block 7, Rice &. Irvine's Addiliun, 
to Chas. Nichols, Es<i., for cash, $350. 

.\nd some outside property, in which is the 
sale ot 2, 1 to acres in Fillmorj county for ;J4 

per acre* 

— ■■■ ' 

TuK advertisement of Rice Brothers 

of Milwaukee will be found elsewhere. They 
announce the running of a regular steamer 
between Portage Lake and Superior City. 



Pianos — Attention is directed to the 
great sale of Pianos at auction by R. & J. M 
Wiimer. This is a rare chance t d obtain a 
tine instrument. The sale takes place at Mack- 
ubm's block, at 11 \. m., Wednesday, 2-lth 
ult. V 2t 

— «•• . 

Cbangk op Time. — The La Crosse 
Line of Boats will leave St. Paul on and after 
Saturday, S pril 29, at Ten o'clock a. m., mak- 
ing close connections at La Crosse with the 
Express Train the next morning. 

Through tickets to ail points East and South 
can be had of ". Thompson, Agent. 

Lmportaxt to Travelers — One of 
the Splendid Passenger Steamers of the North 
Western Line, leaves St. Paul, every evening 
j.t six o'clock, making direct connections at 
Prairie du Chin and Dunlieth, with Express 
Trams for the East and South: tim3 tin a"'ft, 
and fare as low as by any other route. Bag- 
gage checked through from Prairie du Chin 
and Dunleith. — Time guaranteed— Ticket 
office on Jackson St., one door from Levee. 
JAS. J. HILL, Ticket Agent. 



KIVKR 9i£WS. 

Port of St. Panl. 

arrived— SUNDAY. 

Keokuk, La Crosse ; 
Key City, Dubuque; 
Mollie Mohlcr, Carver. 
depabted. 
Same. 

ARRrVED — MOXDAY. 

McLcUan, La Crosse ; 
Diamond Jo, Dubuque ; 
Mollie Mohler,Carver ; 

Otter, St. Peter ; 
Davenport, St. Louis; 
Nortkem Belle, La Crosse. 

DEPARTED. 

Diamond Jo, Dubuque; 
5IcLellan, La Crosse; 
Uavepport, St. Louis ; 
Mollie Mobler. Carver. 

Stage of Water — Tie rain of Sat'- 
nrday night was a "l>!g thing" both for the 
Mississippi and Minnesobi rivers. The Mis- 
8iS|Sippi has risen a foot, and is still rising. 
A'jote the Lake there is from four and a half 
to Qve feet of water, four and a half in the 
most shallow places. Below the Lake it is, of 

course, still higher "the Minnesota has 

excelled her largersister, having, since Satur- 
day night, risen a foot and a half. There is 
three feet of water on the rapids, 
and the fleet of boats which lias been running 
above lluit point will now come through with 
their loads. From a gentleman who came 
down on Sunday, we learn that the fall of rain 
along the river was immense The first show, 
er, of half an hour's diuation, raised the river 
two inches. 

MisCKLL-VNEOUS. — The arrivals and 
departures for the past two days were the 
bo Its of the regular lines. Considering the 
nn tnber of trrivais the receips were light. The 
Di renport from St. Louis, did not arrive un- 
til 7p.m .yesterday and being several hours be 
hii id, she returned as soon as she could dis- 
chirge. The Northern Belle arrived at 8 p. 
M. as she did not have to wait for any train at 
La|Cro8se. On her Saturd.iy trip down she 
rai^ around ta Stillwater and was fortunate- 
ly ;here when the heavy storm occurred 

The MiNNESOT«a.— Ihcngh the boats 
hafe continued to run on the Minnesota it has 
»^m with great difficulty, and for some time 
oait no boat has run below the rapids, except 
th I Mollie Mohier. The recent rise will re- 
vii e business greatly on this river, and the 
ho Its will now resume their trips between St. 
Pail and Mankato, thereby saving the delay 
of reshlpmem at the rapids. "There is better 
pri «pect for getting out the wheat now than 
ih( re has been before this season. 

icciDENT.- The Favorite met with an 
acddent during the storm of Saturday night. 
-Sh I runs tietween Winona and La Crosse and 
waion her way down, and when about 
tw< Ive miles above La Crosse the storm strack 
hei and partially blew down her chimneys, 
ant raised the new portion of her cabin eight 
lac les. She will be laid up for a few days 
lor {repairs. 

RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS. 

The following resolutions were adopted at 
the annual meeting of the Iowa Conference of 
Evangelical Association, held at Cannon 
,Minn., May 12th, 186.5. 

\ r^bereas a number of members of the Con- 
fe-« nee was conveyed by the Northern Line 
Coiipanyat reduced rates, and, Whereas, 
Caj I. J. W. Parker, of the steamer Davenport, 
and Charles T. Hinde, Clerk of said boa, 
shoved every possible attention, complied 
wlUi evey reasonable request and granted 
eveiy religious privilege, Therefore, 

R uoloed. That wo hereby tender our sincare 



the 
Cif 



thanks to the company and said officers for 
their kind treatment and christian courtesy. 

Resolved, That we will hereafter patronize 
the above line in preference to others and re- 
commend it to the travelling public. 

llesolred. That a copy cf the above resolu- 
tions be lorwarded to the al>ove named offi- 
cers, and that they also bo published in the 
St Paul Prf.ss, the Dubuque Times and the 
Muscatine Journal. 

II. DUBS, Secretary. 

GLKBNIX08 FROM OUR EXCIIAXORS. 

A Man Lost off a Ste.^mboat and Drown- 
ed. ivcr Iverson fell overtward from the 

steamer Itasca, while she was making her 
upward trip, and drowned. He wa.s on his 
wav from Stanton, Wisconsin, to Leon in this 
State, to purchase a farm, nnd where he pro- 
posed to settle. The lirst that was known of 
it, was when the p.issongers were nro-.iscd up 
«t Red Wine, for those who were cominir' 
here to get otf. His coat was found on the 
wood-pile on the l)oat, leading to th? conclu- 
sion that it must have been a deliberate act. 
Perhaps lie pot up in his sleep (for he was a 
deck passenger, and probably slept on the 
Acck with his clothes on) and after taking off 
his coat walked overboard; perhaps lie o'her- 
wise accident illv fell ovorbonrd^ It is proba- 
ble, also, that he wa.< drowned in Lake Pepin, 
for the boat was in the lake before bedtime, 
and Iverson was till right then. He w.ir .T2 
vears of ase, and le.ivcs a wife .nnd one child. 

A Wh vhfaoe Drcision. — The Supreme 
Court has decided that a city has no right to 
collect wharface of steamboats when they land 
at privat(^ property in the corporation. The 
case which brought out the decision was car- 
ried to tbe Supreme Court bv the city of Da- 
venport, which sued a stearalwat owner in 
ISfil for wharfage, which he refusal to pav 
because lie made his landing opposite Burrows 
h Pettyman's block, which was owned by in 
dividuals.i Judjre Dillon, of the 7th District, 
decided at that time in favor of the Captain, 
f>nd hi-" opinion is now atB-med. — Dubuque 
Times. 

STKAMnoAT CoMPKTiTios. — On Moiiday laj* 
cotnpeti lion between the Northern Line steam' 
er", and independent bnats. ran so high a* 
Davenport, that pas.«enger8 were taken to St- 
Louis at Sj per head, aud freight for tiftecn 
cents per hundred. — Ibid. 

Il*c«>ipt«- 

Per Key Cihj from Duhuque:-^J Akcrs, 
12 pk<j ; F, L Adams, 1 bx ; C Andregg, 2 bxs ; 
J B Braden. 41 pks; J Bonz. 25 do; II Brei 
dert, 40 do; B «t Kellv, 26 do; J F Bell & Co, 
1 bbl ; Bell & Bro, 1 bW ; Bigflow M & Co, 
.58 pks; J B Camhell, 1 hx; Cooley, C & Co, 
35 ca.ses ; W C Chamlierlain, 4 cases ; S Com- 
stock, 1 bx; J JDugan, 1 case; Dickman \ 
Boulton, 18 pks; Day & JenWs, '27 do; Lewis 
Eng'cs, 1 bx ; J L ForepauRh, 2 bxs : D 
Flvnn, 3 bxs; Gray & Bro, S pks; J Godley, 
7 do; H Neuman, 1 bx ; E Holmes, 7 cases; 
M W Kellogg, 2 pks: C Kalvalage, 1 bx; S 
R Saire, 12 trunks ; G Lane, 7 pks ; C R Mayo. 
19 do; Monger Bros. 1 bx ; GW Nichols, 16 
do; CPro:il, 1 bx ; Pollock D A Co. 1 bx ; A 
Paar, 11) bxs ; G W Penner, 1 bbl ; C H iS. v/ 
Pettit. 17i pks; II Roger & Co, 1 do; Lt Wm 
Robinson, 1 do ; J C Ra«net, 20 bxs ; J W 
Rosenberger, 1 case; R O Stronrr. 1 bx ; A 
Simmons & Co. 1 bx ; W J Smith tS. Co, 1 hx ; 
S W Sanford, 1 pk; Jno Steinkopp, 1 bx ; 
Rev C B Shrcldon, 2 bhis ; W Schimmel, 8 
n';.;; Tallwt, White & Co, 2 do; Vawter <"t 
Rose, 3 bxs; II F Vitt, 1 pk; Beanpre & K, 

5 b<lls. 

Per Xorthern BeVe fro •> La Crosse. — L 
Beach 1 barrel ; Beaupre & K 109 pks ; G Benz 

6 do; H Cochran. Fort Gary, 1 do, Fairehild 
& Co 2 do; W A Greanleaf, Greanleaf, I do; 
Jn<> Oetz 1 do; C Go;zian9 do; A He zbergS 
F Kelly. "Minneapolis. .55 do; Lee & Harden 
l)erg. St .Viithony, 2 do; M Winegar2do; 

5 K Putnam 2 do ; Peterson & S, St Cloud, 2 
do; J C Raguett '20 do; Casher Baberick I 
do; N Sinks 1 do; W J Smith & Co 12 do; 
R Tate, Fort Gary, 'i-i do ; W H & Co 1 do. 

Per Davenport from SI Louis. — J W Simp- 
son 100 bbis iime; S B Wait 180 do; J Bas- 
sett & Co 4 coils lath twine, 2 do rope and 78 
pks hoop iron ; Cutter, Seeomb & Co 2-) blls 
tow; C P Fruse 41 pks furniture, 1 iron safe ; 
W II Le n*ird & Co 5 pks nidse ; Coolev. Car- 
ver & Co 41 caddies, Skb.xs tobacio, 30 ball 
rope and 2 do nidse, 1 ox do, 2 l)l>ls do, 19 
bxs pipes, 3 do soap, .5 casks liquor; Thos A 
Slater I molotin; J C Reguet 40 bbls vinjtr; 
M S Willson 6 pks h h goods ; J J Shawbut 

6 plows, 6 gu.'ige wh!s, 3 rolng cutters ; J 
Dnnkley 1 obi pork ; C D Strong 10 bxs axes, 

1 bx j»kls, 3 dz picks, lf>^ dn stivls, 12 dospds, 
60 bxs w glass ; C H & W Pettis 26 kgs w 
lead ; D S Howe & Bro 82 bxs w glass, 4 do 
g ware ; E A .\ustin -5 cks btls ; Vawter & R 
31 demjns ; Day & J 228 bxs w glass, 41 do g 
ware. 

Per McLellan from La Crosse. — Beaupre & 
K 3'> pk; Krauphline M & S 1 do: A Kelly, 
Minneapolis. 10 do; J Lewis, Watertown, l ; 
Minn C R R 3 do; Mai McGintv 2-5 do: Pe- 
terson & S, St Cloud, 108 do ; J C Raguet & 
Co 44 do; Singer Man't'g Co Ido; Stone & 
M, Belle Plaine, 1 do ; J W Webb 2 do. 

rri KcuKuk jTum La vroise. — iJeaupre Hi 
K 20 pk mdse ; O W Belote 25 do ; W F Da- 
vidson 100 bbl salt; Krantzline Miller & S 

2 pk ; Kessler & R 1.5 pk mdse ; G Lewis, Wa- 
tertown, I pk; C Lucas, Minneapolis, 10 
stoves; D E Robin.son. Mankato, 1 bx H H 
goods; Stone & M, Belle Plaine. 4 pk; E M 
f obey, St Cloud, l pk mdse : L P Wait 40 pk ; 
J M Waldren, Minnjapolis, 2 carriages. 

Per Mollie Mohier, from Carver. — Beau- 
pre & Kelly 727 sks wheat, 2 bdis sks, 1 bl ; 
Wm Constans 60 hides, 2 buds do; Eastman, 
Gibson & Co 408 sks wheat ; i J Hill 208 sks 
wheat; Coolev, Carver & Co 131 sks wheat; 
CT Miller 39l sks wheat; Watson, Dens- 
more & Co 431 sks wheat; LB & C Oreig 51 
sks wheat; Eastman, Gibson & Co -520 sks 
wheat ; Eastman & Cahill 100 sks wheat. 



FOK Ff'S, Cl.OTlIS '"A'^PET?, fcc,, 



CEDAR CAMPHOR 



Use it tit <i>i'-« Moths whil^ rhrjtiali'lfi arc e.-o- 
nomi.-ally rj-.-troyed. Cedar Camphor is !<tinioe 
to insect life. AH Cru^gisis sell it dAKKI^ s. 
CUAPMAJf, makers, Boston. ni:i3 tu.thkslw 



Has Natjre an ardiJote for acquired 
diseases ? AU who fculTer believe they ought to 
^ud can be cured. The Plantation Bitters 
prepared by Pr. Drake of New York, have no 
doubt benefitted and cured more persons of Dys- 
pepsia, Nervousness, Sour Stomach, Lo«8 of .\p- 
petite, Sin«lng Weakness, Uvneral Debility, and 
Mental Ueapondency, taau any other article in 
existence. TUey are composed of th=» purest 
roots and herbs, carefully rropaff d, to b» tak'^n 
as a tonlo and gentle stimulaut. Thoy ere 
»^tedt3 any age or condition of life, and are 
CTTOnsively popular with aotherg and pcrfoni 
of sededtary habits. m:.::Mu,th s it-lw 

A Business for Sale. — Having made 
arraRgemenes to go into business in New York, 
wc offer for sale our stock jf Clo.hing and Q. nW 
Furbishing Goodsat lesj than the market price, 
Al-.o flxturcs and unexpTcd term cf lease. 

EASTWOOD & MORRISON. 

St. Paul, Rogers Block 
8 doors aboTt tho Bridge. 



i 



CA.RD. 

The undorsignod would beg leivo to Inform bis 
patrons ani the public generally, that he Ins dis- 
posed of the good will and tlxtures of Union 
Hall to Mr. Frank Pulle, who will hereafter car- 
ry on the bu8ine<4. 

In doing i<o ho would take the opportunity of 
returning his thanks for the liberhl psitronage 
heretofore pntended lo him, and sincerely hopes 
that the same 'nUl be extended to his successor, 
who U in every way worthy of It. 

He would further stato that ho has gone irto 
the Wholesale Liquor and Importing; butine js 
In ompany with Mr. V. A. Benz, well known to 
our cMizon-), under the firm name of G»o. Benz 
& Co., and would solicit in his new business a 
continuanse of the favors extended to him in bis 
old. GBO. BESZ, 

V-30— Mp«cial ^otlc*. 

The r-iO Loin ditel iSth June hii been a;i 
taken. 

The text, or third series, will bP!- " .• J; y 
15th, and this bank will pay fit '■'. > e 

at th J ; ate of 7-30 per cent, oi .t . .i bscriptlons. 
This, the last Iran, will, it ..-' supposed, l>e taken 
in sixty days. 

Bow U the lact chance to oabsctibs. 

FJRiT NATIONAL BANK ST. PAUL. 

M»yl7.48«. ' ml8-tw 



Meroutio |^id of his wound. 

"It loita not BO deep an u wtU, or aM wid« 

At a gate, but it u>ould do.'' 

Pi..vsTATitx BiT-rKKs wUl Dot raUe the dead, 

But they cute the sick, exalt the depressed, 

Add a rose tint charm to the social circle, 

And render life a thing to be Injoyed. 

Also, the thing itself ia quite enjojatle. 

Never was searching Tcnicia Buchpleasant shape 

Tender youth, declining age, the mind, 

U'er wrought by mxutal oir«, mostgentio females 

And the wreck ol men, all find these bitters 

TtiPi bilm of life aai source of health. 

Delay not a trial. Coaveaientl/ deposited 

In enrf town •vhoroTarclvillzUion extends, 

Itoju b3 oVtetued, trae, gina'aa aad sur.'. 

ttt,th,sawlw 



Milwaukee, April 21, 1866. 
/. O. George, Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paul; 

On and after Monday, April 24, the trains 
of the Chicago & Milwaukee and Milwaukee 
& St. i*anl Railroad connect at the same de- 
pot in Milwaukee. 

A. V. H. CARPENTER, 
General Ticket Agent. 

Travelers will see by the above telegram 
that they will not be subjected hereafter to 
the annoyance ofnomnibus riding through 
Milwaukee, making this route the shortest and 
most expeditious 'and plcasantest routes to 
Chicago and the East. Pi^sengcrs leaving on 
the 10 :30 A. M. boat will arrive in La Crosse 
in time to take the morning train, woich will 
land them in Chicago just 24 hours ahead of 
any other route leaving St. Paul same day. 
I. C. GEORQK, 

ap2 3-tt Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paul. 

New Ice Ckea.m Saloon. — Christian 
Schiller has opened a first-class Ice Cream and 
Eatixo Saloon lor ladies and gntlemen, on 
Third St., between St. Peter and Market, 
where he will bo always ready to ser^-o up in 
the best style. Ice Cream of all flavors. Water 
lees, Marcngucs, Soda Water, Cold Punches, 
Lemonade, French pastry and all kinds of 
cake. Families supplied on short notice. 

All kinds of Fmite in their season. 

Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate at all times- 

mal-3m. 

To WHOM IT MAY coNCEKN. — The per- 
sons who took the wagons from the farm of'G. 
.V. Brackett, or A Johnson's wagon shop in 
Minneapolis, are requested to return them im- 
mediately, and save themselves trouble. Iw 



§^ ^twx laghir'fi ®ohunn. 
C^ E A pT 



NoTiCii:. — Being about to make a 
charge in my business, I propose to sell out my 
whole, comptfti! ani well selected stock of To- 
IMCCO, consisting of 

150 bbls. Spanish Mixed aud other Smoking^' ■ 

•iOO bbls. Stems. 

SO Boxes Plug Tobacco, including the finest 
Natural Leaf in market. 

25 Kegs Snuff. 

25 bbls Fine Cut Chewing. 
All of which is offered at manufacturers prices— 
Ireight thrown in — my obiect being to confine my 
whole attention t3 tho manufacture and sale of 
t'egars, of whicli I have a largn supply on hand, 
which i» ofl^ered to the trade at low prices. 

O. GKRSTING, 
apt4-dlia Cor. 0th and Jackson St. 

MiNNE-H\-iiA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The only place ia the 
city, where a full and complete collection of 
Photographs of Minnesota scenery, Indians 
&c., can be had, of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Gallery, No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photographs of our late President 
at Martin's. tf 



Hall & McKinney.— Hall & McKin- 
ney serve up to-day. Mallard Ducks, Wild 
Geese, Count Oysters (best in the world) 
pheasants, ducks, turkey, (cold or hot) veni- 
son and porter bouse steaks, mutton chops, 
ham, pig's feet and tripe, the best cellery, 
mackerel and herring. 

Private apartment for ladies. 

Billiard Rooms attached, with six Phelan 
marble top tables, two four pocket (the only 
ones in the State), and carom (for amateurs). 

i/^^uort.^^piced rum punchc». egg nogg 
apple toddy, torn and jerry, sweet cider, ale 
imported, wines and liquors. 

novl4.lv. 



Resistance at An End. 

Great news of brilliant achievements is arriv- 
intrfrom every quarter. Heads that most turi- 
ously reb<!l against the Jaws of beautv. whether 
thoy be white iron gray, sandy, or glaring red, 
are everywhere 

hTKiaiNG THEIR COLORS, 
and a.Hsumingthe loveliest brown or the most lus 
trous and perfect black, under the swift opera- 
tion of 

CRISTADORO'S HAIR DIE 
w>iie>i trflnafliriir^a them tn ft f.iur f«A»non*-o. Man 

ufdetured by J. Cristaduro, No. 6. Aetor House, 
New York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by al| 



Uair Dressers. 



m:t dlwlm. 



LAlKOSSE&ST.l'AUL 

PACKET COMPANY 



Capt. W. F OAVIDSON, President. 

WM. RHODES, Rnrretary and (Jencml Agent. 

Cape. P. ti. DAVIDS .>N, Saperintendent. 



Thft Shortest and Most Comfortable 
Route to and from Minnesota. 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 



The LaCrosse & St. Paffl Packets 

are running 

A I>AILY LINE 

of large and splendidly fitted side- wheel steamers 
ftetwfcn 

LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL, 

as follows : 

M005KS MeLELLAN, 

Ja<. R. Hatcher, Master. 

NORTHERN- BELLE, 

J. B. West, Master. 

KEOKUK, 

Isaac Moulton, Master. 

One of these Steamers 

LEAVES IK CROSSE EVERY EVENING, 

upoB th<^ arrival of the It o'clock Express Train 
from Milwaukee. Thy niako close counections 
at the following points : 

with tho Winona and St. f cter Railroad for St. 

Otaiarlea, Rochvaser and southern 

~Hln«v«oti«. 

AT REED'3 LA-NDINGf^, 

with Chipp»wa River Dally Packets, 
lor Emu C'lalrci; 

AT VRESCOTT, 
with tho St. CroLx Diily Packo's, running to 
Hadaon, Ntill%vatt>r and Tmj- 
^ lor'a FulU. 

A/r HASTINTS, 
with Stages for VaribMnltand 0«rat«BMa. 

AT ST. PAUL. 

with th<4 St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, for Bt. 

ADthnM.T, .mnnewpolta, 4Bek», St. 

Clv.id, and ^orthem Minnesota, 

aud J)tag>*« for the Ked islver 

of the >orth. 

Also wit^ 

Daily Mlniipsota Kiver Packets, 

^or. SttAKopKK, Chask«, Carter, Bblle 

PLAlJtK, HB»IJKR.>^S, Lk SUKUR, ST. tX,- 

TEK, Mankato, Nkw Ulm amo 
Fort Riuoelt, 



One of the Above Packets 
UeeiveM St. I»aiil I>ally, 

.A.T lO A. M., 

on the arrival of tho St. Paul atd PaMflc train, 
making close ccfunections at La Crosse 

With the Mlomins Train 

KOR 

lMIt.-WATrKEE, CHICAOO, 

AND ALL POINTS E 1ST a^D SOUTH. 

Th's Company is also provided with a large 
ixumVr of LIGHT UKAl'Uk* r. Freight and 
> ow Uo^ts and Berges, which will enit L- them to 
du business «ith dispatch, whatever the stage of 
water may b?. 

Merchants Can Rely on this Line. 

TICKETS can be pi-ocured to all points, at the 
Company's 1 icket Office, comer of Levee and 
Jackson streets. 

CHAS. TUO^HPSUIV, 

Ticket Agent. 
JBOKVP * CIIAaiPl.lBI, 
Freight A gents. 

OvFicR or State Trrasureb, ) 
ST. Paul, May 15, 1865. } 

Sealed Proposals 

Will he rec<>lved at this office until June 1, at 12 
M, forthefu:nUhlng and delivery at tHe ttat« 
Capital of 

laS Oox-ds of Wood. 

Ihe proposals must state tho quality, kind, 
whether greea or seasoned woo J, proposed to be 
farni:ihed. To be delivered as required by tbe 
State Trtasurer. 

CHAS. SCHEFFER, 
maU-td TreMar«r. 



nunm 



H. KNOX TAYLaR 



Having been In New Yoik at Just the right tims, 
was enable! to buy his stock of 



mm m her am 



at the lowest figures, ani can therefore cell them 
to hi 4 customers 



At Very Low Prices. 



T H E 

ST. PAUL PRESS 

BOOK & JOB PRINTINBOFFIG 

▲ » D 

BINDERY, 
Bridgre Square, 

Cor. Wabashaw & Bench Sts. 



THE VANDEWATER 

SILVEFI MINING CO., 

. OF I-^EV^D^, 

OrganisBPd anderlhe La-ws of the 
Stato of New York. 



Capital $S ,000,000— 30,000 

•^ Shares. 



§ta (SiState, &c. 



REAL ESTATE. 
AIoi-8ra.li A JVfcClond, 

Aaents and. Dealers. 
SAHNTT FA.TJU, MIPTN. 

. EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION- 



We^beg to oaU the attention of our fMecds and 
the public to our extensive 



BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. 



Our facilities in TYPE, 8TEAM-P0WEB 
PRESSES and MATERIAL are such that we 
feel confident we can execute 



All Descriptions of Printing 



ATA8 LOW PRICES 

As any bouse In the W9Bt,[and In et}ic warrant 
ed to give satisfaction. 



CA.liDS, 



NOW IS TflE TliME 10 BUT, 



f'OT when we have to purchase again we shall 
have it get higher prices. 



WE HAVE A VERT COMPLETE STOCK OF 



DRESS GOODS 



Cloths and Gassimeres, 



Brown and Bleached Muslins, 



Ticking, Stripes, &c., 



Gloves and Hosiery. 



Yankee Notions. 



We also keep the celebrated 



♦'Duplex Elliptic Skirts," 



which we purchased after the 



(■rcat Reduction in Prices. 



We also have a splendid stock of 



Springr and Summer Sliatjls, 



Cloth Sacques and Circulars. 



-ALSO 



BASQUE T I ISTES. 



We shall receive In a few da) s a very fine stock of 



Black Silk Sacques, 



Black ^ilk Circulars, 



, Black Silk Basquetines. 



AU of which we otfer very low to enr custom- 
era for cash. 



BUSINESS, VISITIKG, k. FAKCY iX)LOREI> 
C^RDS,ln every variety. 



I^OSTEKS; 

la Blaok or Colored Inks, 

H A.NX)-BILLS , 

Of every slxe, 

PROOR^MMEB 

Of aU kinds. 

. BILL-HE^IDS, 

On any qnallty of Paper— prices acoordlngly. 

CEECKB, 

DRAFTS, 

INVOICES, 

BILL 8 LADING, 

DRAY TICKETS, 
and In Caot all deeortptiona of Mer%ntlle Printing 



Persons from a distance will find it lor their In- 
terest to visit the 



OKeap Cash Store, 



SIS Tliird Street, 



Saint -Paul, 3f!ti&ne8ota. 



IM 



PROMPTNESS 

* 

In the execution of orders, and moderaMon In 
charges, are the terms on whioli WIMBISH pro- 
poses to build up a permanent 

Oity Sxpreas Sixsiness. 
'Xf'tev at QfBoe la Stnk'i Grocery Store, 



BOOK PRINTING. 

Our Book Room Is well stocked with a fine as 
sortment of New Typo purchased this year. We 
have careful aud experienced proof-readers, and 

nr facilities for executing all kinds of 

Book and Famphfel FriDtins 

Ar« oomplete in every respect. 



County Officers 

will find us thoroughly prepared to do all kinds ef 

I*riiiting- & Binding- 

At as low prices as can be procured anywhere, 
while we warrant satisfaction as to quality 
work, &o. 



LAW PRINTING-. 

BRIEFS, 

BONDS, 

AND LAW bi^ANKS, 

rinted and tarnished to order >t the shortest 
notice. 



In addition to our Book and Job Ofllco, we have 
n connection with the same an extensive and 
omplotely f quipped 

BOOK BINDERY, 

And have In our employ a fkiU corps Ol oompe- 
ent workmen. 

We are now amply furnished with material for 
manuikcturing 

bl^in^k: books. 



Of every description lor 

INSURANCE COMPANIES, 
RAILROAD COMPANIES, 
COUNTY AUDITORS, 

COUNTY TREASURERS, 
MERCILANTS, 
BANKERS. 

MANUFACTURERS. 



i^nnvK»OT.a. river packet. 

THE STEAMER 

MLOLI^IK M:0HLER, 

Capt. H. "W. Holmes, 

W'U run to the Rapids, connecting 
with the Steamers Aitmuy, Ariel, 
StHila Whiiplc, En erprire, and 
Chippewa Falls, niakiuK daily tripi>, leaviOK ^t. 
Paul at 2 o'clock v. m. Leaving Rapids «t4 a. m,, 
connectinK with iStagosatfhakopee for all points 
on the Minnesota River. 

Freight r' c^-lved at all hours at Wharf Boat at 
footof Jackson street, for all points on Jlirneso- 
Ultiver. «JH A « LES i HOMING N. 

ap26-6m Agents, Borup fctuiAMi'LiN. 

NOTICE. 

TO TOE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE 

L. 8. and M. B. B. Co. 

The annual meeting of the stockholders of the 
Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad Compa- 
ny will be held on the FIR T MONDAY OF 
JUNE next, being the 5'U day of the mcnth, at 
lour o'clock In the afternoon, at the office of the 
Company, in the aty of St. Paul, lor the purpose 
of electing Directors for the ensuing year. 

Dated St. Paul, Minn., May fith, 1805. 

ROBERT F. LEWIS, 
■at-saft-oaw Uaae5 * Seoretuy 



D. W. FKNTf 'N, ot New York. President. 
D. JONES CB AIN, of New York. Secretary. 
SHM'L L. PR, JJjl,E, of New York, Treasurer. 



T RU8TKES : 

ADDISON L. P'GE of Nevada. 
THOMAS J. WHIPPLE, of .NPwHampsVre. 
GKoitGE JL FLANDEKS, sfNew York. 
D. W. Fh'.n r j'>i. of New \ork. 
bKNJAMlX KENTON, of New York, 
f AMUfcL .S11;cLa.iR. of New York. 
UEORUE U. Ul!.A,of St. Louis, Mo. 



The property ■>f this Company was located Sep- 
tember 10th, 1863, and is situated in the Washoe 
D'strict, in Lyons County. Nevada, 140 miles 
from Sacramen ;o, California, and llflecn miles 
from Virginia City. 

This mine is one of great richness and valu». 
It consists cf a vein of ore 2,000 fe t In length, 
and 15,'i fe-t In width at the top, increasing iu 
thickness as it descends. 

A tunnel 0>i laet high by 4>4 feet wide has 
been opened Int ) the side of the moutain, through 
the solid rock, luunicg a distance of 4bU feet, un- 
til it strikns the vein of ore .305 feet frjm the sur- 
face. 

Tho v'in at 11; Is point is found to be not only 
well defined, but of exceeding richne<»^and is 
believed by cxp !rlenc d miners who hive exam- 
ined It to bo at 1 last from thirty tj forty feet In 
thickness. 

baroplPs of tbo ore have been assayed at the 
Philadelphia Mint, and Mr. J. U.EckfiWd, United 
States Assaycr, certlflcs them to yield $1,344 to 
the ton, 

Thu!*, by means of the tunnel andthcMsayof 
urero^e spcclmi!D8 token at a depth of 3C5 feet 
from the 8urlac< , have been determined two eii- 
sentlal poiots: 

1st. Ihe Vance water mine is practically inex- 
haustible, 

2d. Its ores a;-e as rich as thosaof the famcui? 
Gould k, Curry, or any other of the mines of Ne- 
vada. 

A railroad track runs along the tunnel into tho 
mine; so tliat t^ic mine is fullyopcned, and ready 
tor worki^as eoonas the mills, &c., are erected. 

The machinei y for the Company, built by the 
Hope Foundry Company, Providence, R. I,, is 
now completed and ready for shipment, and is 
fully equal, if not superior, to any iu Nevada. 

'1 lie stock is uU paid and free from all assess- 
ments. 

Tbe par value oi shares is $100, and it Is confi- 
dently expected by the Company that (a:h, share 
will at hast be worth its face in gold within one 
year from this time .' 

The Compau) have written to the undertiigned 
that whatever i tock is desired in St. I'luil must 
be taken at ones, as funds arc so rapidly coming 
in that the amount of funds required for expen- 
ses &.C., « ill soon bo obtained, when no more 
stock will Ik' of ered for sale. 

It may with confidence be said that no safer or 
more profitable investment. i i offered lo the com- 
munity utprest nt. 

It is a f olid, tubstantial enterprise— as any one 
must admit wh > takes the pains to examine Into 
it" merits. ' 

Mr. Grain writes me as follows : "In regard to 
the gentlemen jomposing the company, I would 
fa.) that from my own personal knowledge, the 
Mess's. Fentor, who practically have the control 
and direct'on of the Company's affairs, are men 
of the most strict lutejirity andfirstrate business 
capacity. The;- are well known in New York, 
and snch peopl: as tho Miniums, and ohters of 
our most respec table people , have r' uch cod fi dence 
in tlifm that they are fre-.l,. buying the stock." 



Having bad t«B years' experience in the Real 
Estate Bu-sinoEsin !St. Paul, and having facilities 
for trannac'lng the business in every county in 
the htate through our corre(>pondent8. we ofter 
our 8' rvioes to bay and sell Property pav Taxes 
negotiate Loans, collect Rents, locate I^and' 
Warrants, and do all and everything o<,nnect«d 
with a general Keal Estate Agency. 

We invite attention to our Lists of 

w 

"CITY k COUNTRY PROPERTY'* FOR SALE, 

And offer EAROAINS In both. Among tbem 
The beft Business Corner In St. Paul. Alr,o 
100 feet on Third 3Ucet. 
150 feet on f^eventh street. 
Lots in all the Business streets. 

V'nmlshed Houses, tl.HOO, fiasco, and tis.ooo 
each. 

Houses and Lots from S.IOO to $25,000 each. 
Residence Lots in St. Paul and elsewhetB. 
Fsrms and Farming Lands. 
Mineral Lands. 
Pine lands, etc., etc 

Parties wishing to seU or pnrchMe are Invited 
to call, 

9fOR«AM 4c 9IcCI.OI:d. 

St. Paul, Feb. 23, 1865. 

feh2S- 1 v-411 



A limited number of Shares of the Compan}'s 
stock, 

r^9i3 I?er ^hare, 

lor sale by the undertignod, who will furnish all 
information It detail, by letter or jrersooal appli- 
cation. 

X. E. WABRK9. Agent. 

bt. Paul. Ma} 1 1 , 18<'>5. ml7-Iw 

I*ioiieer I«^OTanclry 

MACB INE° WORKS 

OF MJNNESOXA.. 



CHAIVCJE OF B^SE : 

Since the dustmction by fira of the Pioneer 
Foundry In St. Paul, in Jaly last, we have erect- 
ed a shop at 5! Inneapj0«, in order to avail onr- 
a-lves or the fasilities of water p iwerinour bne- 
ine«8. We exi eot to get in operation al)cut the 
15th of April, when we shall be preparea to do 
any kind of iniil machinerv or ottier casvingx 
thatmiy be called for. ISning practical iron and 
bra's founders and machinists of 25 years experi- 
ence (12 years in this Mate), we think we can 
give cur pUroi.s gooi fatiffaclion, both in qual- 
ity and price ot work in our line. We shall re 
able to furnish Ordinary Castings, cf nts rer lb. 
Bri-88 feasting-', 75 cents per lo. Babbit Metal, 
60 to 75 centf p^r lb. Lathe work and finishing, 
from $5 to $(i I er day. Patto' n Making, $4 per 
day. tf aviog 8U experienced Pattern Maker, we 
can m^ke any j attcrn tt at may be wanted Upon 
the opening oi navigation we intend to caftfvrr) 
day, Sundays eiiCop'Od, so that we shall tc able 
to furtilsh castings W:thout th* usual delay. Old 
iron, brass, co(per, lead, &c.. wanted. 

GII.M 4N * CO., I'ionfer Foundrv. 
Adjoining Perkins & Crocker's Grist Mill, 

Minntapolis, April 10, 1805. aplld&w-ly 



^egal ^otic^iS* 



ORI>»R 
TO si;Lt L 

STAlE OF 
HENNEl'IN- 
TKKM. 

In the matte 
Sarah, .Io*<n, a 

On reading 
B. Williams, p 
ing among ot 
minors are fc) 
esiate in the c 
ticularly de-orl 
and that it is 
sold ; and pni 
and every par 
court, fiom sa: 
sell tlie same, 1 
next of kin to 
ry of ihcni, ar 
estates, or any 
of this Court, 
A. D. 18 .5, at 
Hou-e in Minn 
pin, then and t 
b",) why a lice 
guardiau for th 
ujg to the praV' 

And it IS fu 
order ce publis 
newsp.iper p' it 
bt. t uul in th 
Slate of Minne 
said county of < 
day of lieaiiug. 

Judge of P; 
aprl 18-tues-5 



TO HEAR PEYATMOaM 

i>f)-> <»► MiNoft;- &<". 

ailNNE OTA-COUNTY OF 
IN I'RoBTECULUl— iPEClAL 

r of gua-dian hip of Philomcw, 
ud Maiia Provincial, niinn s. 
and Uling the relation of \V:lliEm 
lardinn uf »aid minors, reprei-eni- 
her things, that the ai'iresai'i 
aralely seized of <ertain real 
mnty of Cas', in said State, j.-t- 
t>ed and set foith insaia pe ill i>, 
jecessary tliat the sameshal. re 
.inj; for lie nse to sell .Uvsine. 
: t'liTiof ; and it appcai mg o lie 
dpi-titiin. that it is uices.sapv to 
t isordered and directed ihal tMe 
said minors, aud to each and ■ ve- 
d all p.-rstus interestivi m tiiid 
jfilieiji, appear bf fore the .JnJ^e 
>n 1 hursday, the "^'itli r'av of .May, 

two o'clock p. M , at the Court 
eap'lis, in said tourfy ol llenue- 
hereti show cause, (if .ny there 
isc should not b" gran'ed to said 
If salt' of said real estate, acco;d- 
;r uf said petitiou. 
rther orde.'Cd, that a copy ol this 
led in the St. Paul Press, a daily 
ited and published at the city i»f 

county of K<msey in said .State 
iota, and rirculat rg in the aforc- 
ass, for four weeks prior to said 

Dated April .3d. 18»i5. 

N. H.HKMIUP, 
olMte of Hennepin county, Minn. 
t 



STATE OV IHimrESOTA— niK- 
TKlcr COURT — .NKCOND JUDICIAL 
DISTRICT— RAMSEY COUNTY. 

Anna Herd against A(fam Herd— Summons for 
Reltel. 

' U. S. Revenue St<imp, | 
50 cents, cancelled. ( 
The State of Minnesota— cs. 
Defendant , 
eby summoned and required to 
plaint in this action, which is Bled 
lie Clerk of* he Court above iiaxed, 
copy of your answer to the said 
the subscriber, at his office, ou 
1 the city of .siaint PmuI, Minne- 
Irty days alter the service heie- 
tlieday of such service; and if 
A-er the said complaint within the 
the plaintlfl' in this action will 
lurt for the relief demanded in 



J>> Adam Flerd 
You are her 
answer the con 
in theotficeoft 
and to servo i 
complaint ou 
Third street, i 
sntd, within th 
of exclusive « 1 
you fall to ans 
time aforesaid 
apply to the Ci 
ihc complaint. 
D8t«^ April 



5, 18C5. 



aprlS-tu-s-fin 



R. B. GALURHA, 

Plaintiff's Attorney. 
Residing at St. Paul MIn. 



PRORAT 
lY— in li 
heartioy, d*c*« 

All p rsons h 
^ohn ti. Kearn 
undert-Uned, v 
18t\5, appointe> 
county, ik>mral 
a<l|ust, all clai 
again-t the salt 
aud alter s^id i 
iVrc'editors to 
aminalion and: 
th.>ttfstandfoi 
the nvxt six m 
office of Mo^cs 
St. Paul, Miuni 
our duties as si 

Dated ^prli: 



tues94t 



E COl'RT— R*MSEY COUN- 
e matter of the estate cl J^hn B. 
scd. 

avingclilms again«t tho e^txte of 
sy are ller^by not-fied ilut we tho 
•ere, ou tho I'Jih day of April, 
1 ty the Pn bate Court of sai t 
ssioners to receive, examine and 
ms and demands of ail pTtons 
1 decease 1 ; that six months from- 
ay hive bc'on allowed and limits d 
r res .nt their claims to us tor ex- 
illowance; and that w« will, on 
irth Saturdays of each month, for 
)cth8. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the 
Sherburne, Ksq., In tho City of 
'sota, attend to the discharge ot 
'cli Commisjioners. 
0;h, lt»d5. 

M. FHFRBURSE,) 
W. U. GRANT. i 

Commissioners 



Yovxc} inKsr aivo maioems, 
Lau<hlng Sirls and Spinsters— I hare some- 
thing that will please you all. Enclose a stamped 
nnveiope with yo'ir name written thereon. Send 
and you will n«t be sorry. Address 
nkU-3wd&w2t HISS ANNA, Detroit, MIoh 



FOR tlOAKS, 



FRENCH JACKETS 

At Camp's. 

SPKING iSHAWLiS 
At Camp's. 

BLACK AND WHITE BALMORALS 
At Camp's. 

At Camp's. 

Thomson's French Elastic Skirt 

At Camp's. 

Alexander's Kid Olo'ves 

At Camp's. 

LADIES' BLACK GAUNTLETS 
At Camp's. 

Ladies' Paper Collars and Cnffs 

At Camp's. 

AYHITE GOODS 

. At Camp's. 

BLACK ?ILK:S 
At Camp's. 

YiANKEE NOTIONS 

At Camp's. 

Cotton Goods of all kinds 

At Camp's. 

Everytlilner You "Want 

At Camp's. 

ALL GOODS CHEAP 

At Jolm H. Camp" 8, 

No. 1-iS, Third Streot. 

mch21 

Xli« X^adieM ol »t. I*atal 

i,KE RESPECTFfLt.Y IM'ORMKD Tll.Vr 

IIYGENIC Pn i'fclCIAN 

HAS TAKEN ROOMS AT Tl/t 

International Hotel, 

Where sho may bo found (ach 
"Wednesday from lO to 3 o'clock,- 
by thos") wishing to eibnsult a competent and ex- 
p8ri»nccrt Physician of their own sex, or by oth- 
ers who may desire the ger\-lces of a Physlc'an of 
t>ienygenic or Water-Core system. 5Trs. U.'s 
fuccess in treatment of disesfos of her sex, and 
indeed all diseases, has shown that »he merits the 
coRlidcnoe and patronage of her afflicted sisters. 

Her practioe In Ob.stetric8 has been e.xtensive, 
and her success remarkable. 

*orlhe fre^tmfBt ff Fevers. Diptheria, Els 
eases of Children, 'nflamator/ KheumHtism, and 
all Acnte a» well as Chronic DIseises, tbe system 
she prsc!lcos Isintlnitely eupezior to any and all 
others. 

Mr.<.?. R. Humphrey, M. D , and Dr. A. O. 
Humphrov arercsidennhysictans at the West- 
ern Uvgcian Home, formerly Window House, nt 
!"t. Aiithonv, and will attend cal s by lelcprapli 
or letter from .st. Paul or elsewhere within reacb. 
Char/jes from live to tf n dollars per day. 

Consultations always free. Pre«eriptli>osfrom 
one to live dollars — to the poor, gratis. iayl7*m 

JAS. J. Hiu:., 

Forwarding & Commission 

AGENT FOR THE 
NORTH WESTERN PACKET COMPANY- 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, 
MIL. AND PRAIRIE DU CUIfN RAILWAY^ 

FREIGHT CONTKACTED 
TO ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 
THE LOWEST BATKS. 
49- Overcharges and Damages promptly ad- 
justed. 

Oflice and Warehouse on the Lower Leve<>, Sti 

•I>5-tf 



Paul. 



J. H. FERBELL & CO., 

(OMMlSsfoFlflEilCHAIiTS 

yOK THE SALE OF 

Grain, Flour, Bolter, Eggs, 

HIDES, FURS. 

AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, 

Particular Attention 
attentirn given to etch department. < or aim I* 
10 obtain ih« Hlfrhest Pnoi's ar.d make qulik re- 
turns. Our location Is one of trie te.-f, i.ndjR^a 
res^cctfalyaskaehare of the trade olMiunei-ota. 

Especial Attention Given to the Sale 
ofGrain. 

Gonsif^nments And Correjli>ondence solicited. 
Oflloe ant* A*f**^ ** rui.»T.*»»» K»r^,»t, • 

ll-4l,tw&»1m CHKCAOO, MM.JL, 



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AAPBH UBUKA^aB. 



Bf erolmnt rFallor, 

Jwkion Street, between Third Sreet ftiid Ii«f«e. 
baint Paul, Minnesota. 
N. B.— Dyeing, desateg Silk aad Volrot goods 
Uid «U other goods. Pmrtloalar tttBvXnM n^id 
to the Steamboat tr»da, WiMlwy'' '" "'^ 
OBd lund ototblas. 



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8AIMT PAUL, MAT 24, 1886. 



TO aDVEBTISEBS. 
ThU paper fcaf a Dailf, Tri- Weekly and 
Wttkly circulation neMly Treble that of any 
other in Minnetota, ani there/ore pretenttin- 
meementt to advtrtittrt vMeh they will not find 



TiiK telegraph wire, which was down 
nearly all Mondaj, bad not got up last 
nigLt. We are promised a thorough and 
prompt reform in our telegraphic ar- 
rangements, whi^h have tried our pa- 
tience and that of the public till we can 
stand it no longer. 



BLI H EARTH C'OU.^TY. 



IX 



A meeting of ^tbe citiEens oF Blue 
Earth was held at Vernon, on the 12th, for 
the purpose, as was reported in the Man- 
kato papers — "of giving expression to 
the feeling of the people of this section, 
in reference to the late Indian raid and 
the inefficient means employed by the 
government for guarding our frontier." 
J. Miller was chosen Chairman, and M. 
B. Hajnes, Secretary. Speeches were 
made ard a series of resolutions adopted, 
the concluding one of which requetts 
this paper to publish them. Our space 
will only permit us to comply with the 
spirit of the request, by giving a con- 
densed abstract of the resolutions. 

The preamble recites the recent Indian 
outrages ; the exposed condition of the 
frontier for the past three years; the 
fact that the families of the border set- 
tlers are deprived of their natural de- 
fenders, in order to fill the national 
armies ; the general apprehension ot 
another Icdian foray in larger numbers, 
and new butcheries of women and child- 
ren ; and it is therefore, — 

Retailed, Ist, That the number of soldier!" 
placed on the t'rontier line ot stockades amount 
to no defense at all, as the soldiers and lower 
otflcers all afflrm. One company of men, 
scattered alonjt a line near 2l)0 mibs long, 
and some of the posts are so far apart that 
the Indians pass and repass just as they 
please, the soldeirs, themselves, being wit- 
nesses, any one can sec that this amounts to 
nothing. 

This hardly agrees with General Sib- 
leys statement, who says: 

Frontier posts, including Alexandria, con- 
stitute the new line, some of them from fifteen 
to twenty miles apart, but generally the inter- 
val is from ten to twelve miles. Detachments 
of fifteen or twenty men are directed to bo 
stationed at each, mostly of cavalry-, and daily 
communication kept up along the line. Be. 
sides these. Col. Pfaender was instructed to 
keep other cavalry parties in motion along 
the posts North and South of the Minnci^ota 
river to detect the passage of Indians, and fol- 
low their trail, and destroy utterly any Indi- 
ans who might be overtaken. A second line 
was mstriicti'd to be formed extending from 
Fort Abercrombie to the James river, to be 
held by trusty scouts in such numbers as to 
interrupt .ind drive hack any war parties who 
were on the border. 

The second of the Vernon resolutions, 
however, protests against the above 
statement of Gen. Sibley as a " misrep- 
resentation,^^ and accuses him of an " al- 
most entire neglect of our safety," and 
berates him severely for sending "a very 
small number of men from Fort Snelling'' 
to defend them from the Indian raiders, 
" when he had the means so amply at 
command to make the settlers entirely 
safe." 

We believe there are two or three com- 
panies of troops, in all, at Fort Snelling, 
prudently kept there for emergencies in 
other parts of the district. The rest of the 
troops which Gen. Pope has left in the 
district arc posted on the border for its 
defense. 

The third resolation demands the re- 
moval of Gen. Sibley, and accuses him 
of sympathy for the Sioux, and "a pecu- 
niary interest in the prolongation of the 
Indian troubles," which strikes us as very 
grea'ly in need of proof — and wanting 
proof, as too ridicaloas to be considered 
as slanderous. 

The fourth resolution characterizes 
Gen. Sibley's western expedition as "a 
miserable humbug" — which it unquestion- 
ably was, but to say "it was gotten up 
for the purpose of playing into the pock- 
ets of a few speculating men,^* is without 
a shadow of evidence or probability. 

The resolution concludes : 

If Brackett's Battalion had only been left 
here as liy all means it ouKht to have been, 
we mi^ht have kept back this Indian storm. 

Unquestionably we might — but as 
Brackett's Battalion was ordered away 
from the State against the emphatic pro- 
tests of Gen. Sibley, the complaint is 
hardly pertinent to an indictment of that 
offi cer. 

Retolred, -ith That Governor Miller, who is 
sworn to protect all his people in every part 
of the .'>late. ought upon the first rclialile in- 
telligence of the savages actually making for 
the settlement, to have provided that either 
Fcd-irtl or State troaps unier thorough com- 
mand wore sent to our reltef. But thus far 
bis conduct in the matter is highly blamewor- 
thy, T'lr this trouble ha"? been brewing tor 
months, ;»nd even last fill the people earnest- 
ly plead with him for better means of safety. 

As it happens that Gov. Miller was 
absent from the State at the time of the 
outbreak, and is now absent, he can 
hardly be coosidercd responsible for any 
tardiness in the relief sent to the frontier. 

The sixth resolution deplores the ab- 
sence of the six hundred men sent from 
Blue Earth county to put down the great 
Rebellion, and asks that they be immedi- 
ately sent home. 

The seventh expre«ses the opinion that 
the number of stockades on the frontier 
ought to be at least double, with fifty men 
in each fot, and " earnestly pleads with 
our rulers that two or three thousand 
soldiers be sent to our relief immediately, 
that the savages may be beaten back." 

Everything may be pardoned to the 
intense local excitement under which 
these resolutions were framed. The 
people of Blue Earth county had just had 
a palpable df-monstration of the meager- 
ness and ineffioiency of our frontier de- 
fenses, and of the tardiness with which 
succor reached them in their hour of peril ; 
and it was perfectly natural that there 
should be a general disposition to lay the 
whole respensibility for their troubles 
upon the officer in command of the Dis- 
trict and charged with the defense of the 
frontier. Now it is probable that Gen. 
Si'jley is not wholly free from blame ; but 
for that radical fault of our frontier de- 
fenses — for the want of sufficient troops 
to man a thorough system of defenses, or 
for the idiotic policy which makes it neces- 
sary to post sentinels along our western 
border to keep out Indians who should 
have been bung or killed long ago by a 



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vigorous offensive war, — we have good 
reasons to believe that Gen. Sibley is not 
in the most remote degree responsible. 

We are inclined to believe that with 
the small number of troops at his dispo- 
sal, he has done the b^st be could for the 
protc ction of onr settlers, and that it is 
not I is fault that the number of troops is 
not 1 dequate to their complete defense. 
We 1 inderstand that he has all along 
mad( the most urgent representations 
upon the necessity of more troops, and 
that :hcse representations have been re- 
peat* d recently with all the additional 
euipl asis which the occurrences in Blue 
Karti I county can give them, and we trust 
that they may now be effectual. 

Ai a commander in the field we do not 
thinl General Sibley is precisely a Sher- 
idan or a Sheiman ; but the very excess 
of caution and prudence which makes l:im 
a po'ir band to direct a fight, is invalua- 
ble ii 1 the organization and supervision of 
a syi tem of defensive outposts. He is a 
mau of detail and of system, and probab- 
ly .IS thorough and vigilant in his admin- 
istra ion of the business of his district as 
anv ( (ther General in the service. 



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Tl e last New York Evening Pott con- 
tains an article under the above caption 
in re >ly to certain strictures of the Indt- 
pend int upon its course in reference to 
ilitary trials at Washington, the 
of which agrees entirely with our 
to "Republican" yesterday on a 
r occasion, but the rebuke is ex- 
ith so much more perspicacity 
force in the Post that we copy some 
of it for the benefit of all those 
like "Republican" consider that a 
journal cannot be a "loyal paper*' 
"supporter of the Government" un- 
is content to be a mere retail ven- 
f opinions packed up at Washington 
abled with the imprimateur of t!>e 
nistration. The Post says : 

it coTOC to such a pass with the press 
United States that, like that of France, 
tioledu'v is discharged when it has re- 
and approved the acts of power ? Must 
everything that is done at Washing- 
pain of being accused ot enmity to the 



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istration ? Is there to be no frank, 

, independentdiscussion of the great and 

nant questions growing ontof the war. or 

that be confined to the four oe five orer- 

and very busy gentlemen who com- 

he Cabinet ? Is public opinion to have 

chhnnel of utterance .' Are the inquiries, 

stpdies, the reasonings of competent, wise, 

ous private persons to l)e shut np in their 

lest they expose thetcselves to the 

.sbtion of being enemies to the govern- 

of their country? 

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strange that the public, but particularly 
s tor the press, do not see the very pal- 
<listinction there is between that criti- 
' if a governinent which is intended to 
t riaht and that critiiisra which is in- 
to depose or overthrow it; or, in other 
, between the friendly criticism of its 
ntoiis supporters and the Lostile criti- 
an opposition. For our own part we 
object to either, iMcauso we believe 
-ireusoful. Even the severe and often 
; diatribes of an enemy are not always 
ieprecated ; in a free country, indeed, a 
iti^l op|.i)sition U to l>e invited; it 
a rt'straint upon the aouse of anthor- 
d keeps alive a wh>'L8onic agitation of 
n ; and much more advantageous are 
jmpered and well-meant reproofs of 
whose only purpose is to further the 
shment and progress of sound princi- 
Gcntlemen in ofllce and the dapper lit- 
ws who cling to their skirts, we know, 
like this remark ; they are very apt to 
f ittemess or bad feeling to whatever 
not suit their personal purposes; but 
tie statesmen, whose minds are cast in a 
mould, welcome such expressions as 
indications of public sentiment and 
guides t) practice. 



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CriARLRS A. Dan'a, Esq., formerly 
the a anaging editor of the New York 
Trib\ me, and late Assistant Secretary of 
has accepted a proposition to re- 
to Chicago, and assume the edito- 
rial dianagement of the Chicago Daily 
Republican, the first number of which will 
be issued on the 20th instant. 



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Frontier Neivs. 

Dibpatches from Col. Pfaender at Fort 
Ridgily, of the IStb, have been received 
by General Sibley. He writes that the 
lines of defense are now fully established. 
Rnm >rs of Indians having been seen 



reached him, but on investigation 
proved to be false. He designs to 



establish scout stations at Lake Shetek 
and Yellow Medicine, to guard against 
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chosen by the late murderous gang, 
pursuance of orders from General 
Sibley, C)l. Pfaender sent, on the even- 
ing o the 15th inst., an expedition of one 
hundred men, cavalry, infantry and artil- 
lery, to a point about five miles west of 
Wood Lake, where from information re- 
ceived, it is supposed the Indians who 
have been committing the recent depre- 
dations will rendezvous to consult upon 
furtbsr movements. Nothing had been 
heart from this expedition on the 19th. 
Private John Bicbardson of company 
L, se :ond cavalry, accidentally shot him- 
self ' rith his carbine on the 17th. The 
ball ] assed through his neck, inflicting a 
severe and perhaps fatal wound. 



STATE NEWS. 



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Whom 
Due." 

■n St. Psal Press : 

notice in your paper under the bead 
Hennepin County Items," an article 
ard to the arrest, Jcc, of the person 
stole the trunk from the stage on the 
evening of May 11. 

Tl e arrest was made by A. G. Gillett, 
on Saturday evening, about }0 o^clock, 
and I he prisoner held in custody by him 
Monday when he was delivered to 
Marshal Cleveland, and after the exam- 
ination was taken by Mr. Cleveland to 
Minneapolis, ta await his trial at the next 
Court. 

Mk Cleveland was notified of the ar- 
rest on Sunday by Mr. Gillett. 

TRUTH. 

— Hon. Charles J. Faulkner, of Vir- 
ginia! a notorious rebel, formerly a member 
of the United States Congress, returned to bis 
home in Martinsburg a few days ago and re- 
ported himself to the Provost Marshal. He 
hadn't got many steps from the Marshal when 
a thick-t>ootcd gentleman gave him a kicking 
that will make a sitting posture uncomforta- 
ble to him for some weeks to some. 

— The notorious rebel spy, Belle Boyd, 
has come to grief in England. She has been 
turned penny less out of her hotel, and the 
landlord reuined her baggage as security for 
his bill. She has also parted with her Jewelry 
and is in a state of great destitution. " The 
way of the transgressor is bard." 



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BLUB BARTH COUNTY. 
From the Maakato Union, May 10th. 

District CoOrt. — 1 he May term of 
the District Court, convened in City 
Hall, on Tuesday, and after a two days 
session adjourned. His Honor, Horace 
Austin, presided. There was but little 
business before the court. The calender 
contained seventeen cases, nearly all of 
which were continued. One jury trial 
was had, in the case of Underwood 
against the town of Shelby, an action 
broucht to recover bounty monies. The 
jury gave a verdict for the plaintiff, with 
$475.60 damages. 

AcCTDBMT. — Mr. Seeley, of Shelby, 
while riding in a wagon, received a se- 
vere wound in his left arm from the acci- 
dental discharge of his gun. The wound 
was so severe that amputation was per- 
formed by Drs. Cldtk, of this place, and 
Welcome, of Garden City. 

Another. — A son of Mr. Johnson, of 
Nicollet, was accidentally shot on i^un- 
day last, the contents of the gun lodging 
in his arm above the wrist. Dr. Clark is 
attending the case, and has hopes of sav- 
ing the arm. 

Struck by Lightning. — The school 
house in West Mankato was struck by 
lightning on Tuesday last, during the se- 
vere rain storm. The school was in ses- 
sion at the time, but we understand no 
one was injured. 

DiscoNTiNCKD. — The post offices at 
Vernon Centre, in this county, and Ve- 
rona in Fanbault county, have been dis- 
continued. This is a great injustice to 
the people in those sections. 'J be ofiSce 
at \ ernon supplied at least eighty fami- 
lies, who are now obliged to go toGarden 
City, or Liberty for their mail. 

Wa learn that the steam saw mill at 
Vernon was burned down Wednesday 
night. The origin of the fire is unknown 
as yet. 

Tit a County Board have offered a 
bounty of $200 for the scalp of every 
Indian killed in this county. 
From the Mankato Record, 20th. 

Blood Hounds. — At the last session 
of the cotlbty board an appropriation of 
$600, or so much thereof as may be nec- 
essary, was made to purchase blood 
hounds to be used in tracking Indian mur- 
derers and horse theives, prowling arouud 
our frontier settlements. The co-opera- 
tion of the adjoining counties has also 
been solicited, and a meeting of their rei>- 
resentatives is invited to take place at 
Mankato next Saturday. 

Ths residence of Mr. Matthews, 
South Bend, was destroyed by fire 
Thursday night, starting from a pile 
burning chips in the yard. Mr. Mat- 
thews and his daughter, a little girl, were 
badly burned — the latter so severely as 
to endanger life. 

ANOKA COUNTY. 

From the Sentinel, mh. 

Hurrah for the Lcmbkmen. — We 
learn from James McCann. Esq., that 
the great drive of logs on Rum River is 
coming along finely, and will surely get 
through. The greater part of the same 
being within thirty-five miles of here, 
with over one hundred and fifty men 
working on the same to good advantage. 

Immiorvnts. — Wagons containing the 
availables of these sojourners are passing 
through town semi-occasionally, bound 
to a residence in "western wilds." 

For thb East. — Hon. Thos. G. Jone.i, 
United States Collecior, will leave for 
Washington next wiek, on business con- 
nected with his office ; and expects to be 
absent until the laitt of June. 

Druwnrd. — We learn that a man 
named Harper, was dro«ned yesterday, 
while fording Elk River at Orino. 

FILLMORE county. 

A NEW mail route has been established 
from this place to New Oregon. Scbed 
ule not yet arranged nor service com- 
menced. The compleiiou of the Mc- 
Greggor Western Riilff ay to the State 
line will bring it within twenty-two miles 
of here, and most of the southern travel 
will probably go that way until the South- 
ern Minnesota Railroad is finished to 
Preston, which time is not far distant. 

Real estate in this place is in active 
demand, and we hear of frequent sales. 
The demand is mostly for building lots, 
by persons who intend to build immedi- 
ately or as soon as lumber and other ma- 
terial declines in price. 

A.MONG the victims of the Sultana dis 
aster we are sorry to learn was Thomas 
B. De Moss, of Noblesville, Indiana, a 
brother of Mrs. Dr. Redmon, of this 
place. He was in the military service, 
and is said to have been a very promising 
young man. — Prettun Bepublican, l^th. 

Accidents — We regret to announce 
that a bright and interesting little daugh- 
ter, seven years old and an only child of 
a Mr. Potter, who lives four or five miles 
north of this village, was burned to death 
on Saturday evening hst by her clothes 
taking fire from a burning straw pile. 
The tather^s hands were terribly burned 
in his endeavors to extinguish the flames 
on his child. The child lived three hours 
after the accident. Mr. Potter has not 
been long in this neighborhood. 

A Mrs. Brooks, who lives beyond the 
timber, had an arm broken by being 
thrown from a horse on Sunday last. 
The accident occurred in WestChatfield. 
— Chatfidd Dewocrat. 



a single school house. Is it not about 
time that measure were being taken for 
the erection of school buildings .' 

The area of land sown to grain in thi- 
vicinity is not near as large as it, has 
been in previous years. This is attribus 
table solely to want of labor. 

Mr. Donelly is finishing off bis resi- 
dence in Ninninger ; when completed it 
will bo one of the finest houses in the 
State. 



PEniC OAU CO URANT. 

Partlcalars of the Flight of Jeflf 
Davis. 



STEARNS COUNTY. 
From the St. Cload Democrat. 

Immigrants. — While passing down 
the stage road on Friday, we met be- 
tween this place and Elk River a large 
number of teams belonging to immigrants 
moving in this direction. They were 
mostly a well-to-do class of people, with 
plenty of stock and household goods. 

Un Monday when we came up, the 
stages contained several families going 
to Sauk Certre to locate. They did not 
feel any serious apprehensions with re- 
gard to Indians, notwithstanding they 
had heard in Iowa that people had been 
murdered toithin a few miles of St. Paul. 

Homestead Entries. — Withia the 
past month orer four hundred homesteads 
have been located at this Land Office by 
Rev. Conway for soldiers who will settle 
upon them as soon as their term of service 
expires. The homesteads are principally 
in Stearns and Benton counties. The 
claimants are said to be intelligent, indus- 
trious men — such as make good* citizens 
— and rank from Colonel to private. 

WASECA COUNTY. 

Lumber Seized. — We learn that large 
quantities of logs, at the various mill yards 
in the western portion of this county, hav 
been seized by the U. S. Marshal, of this 
State, as having been taken from U. S. 
Lands. People should be a little cautious 
how they steal, even from Uncle Sam. 

We are also told of one man who lost 
all his fence rails, the same having been 
taken from the Reservation lands. — 
Wilton News. 

DAKOTA COUNTY. 
From the Hastings Independent. 

We understand that lumber can be 
bought in this citv at ssxteen dollars a 
thousand. This is a great reduction on 
last yearns prices, and must give renewed 
vigor to building enterprise. 

School Houses. — It is a deplorable 
fact that Hastings, with from seven to 
•ight hundred scEbUrs enrolled, has not 



Nashviixe, May 19. — Paroled rebel 
officers contribute some interesting facts 
concerning the flight of Jeff. Davis. 

General Debrell, who commanded the 
escort, was engaged in a battle near Ral- 
eigh, N C, when he received intelligence 
ot Lea^a surrender, and at the same time 
Wheeler got a dispatch from Alton, dated 
Greensboro, N. C, calling for 1,000 
picked men to escort him and what re- 
mained of his government to Washington, 
(ii. General Debrell was accordingly 
dispatched with the required force, and 
after a march of three days, reached 
Greensboro, at which point he found Jeff. 
Davis, with his family, and Judah P. 
Benjamin, Secretary of State ; John C. 
Breckinridge, Secreury of War ; Sena- 
tor Burnett, of Kentucky; J. U. Regan, 
Postmaster General; G. A. Henry, of 
Montgomery Co., Tenn., and other rebel 
officers, some of whom had their families. 
Jeff. Davis and the rebel officials rode in 
front, followed by ambulances containing 
the women and children and the specie, 
which was currently reported among the 
officers to amount to $11,000,000. It 
was put in heavy iron kegs and boxes. 
The guard of 1,000 men, led by General 
Debrill, found this regal team at a point 
about five miles from Greensboro. They 
accompanied Jeff. Davis and family, tak- 
ing up their quarters in a house in the 
vicinity. Here the rank and file first 
learneiTthe object of their mission, audit 
was discussed with all the surmises which 
it naturally excited. The boys were ex- 
ceedingly anxious to know the destina- 
tion ol their Government. On the next 
day Jeff, visited the boys, with the rebel 
officials, and made a speech, adverting 
to the disaster which had overtaken the 
Confederacy, but giving every assurance 
that they were not irretrievable, and that 
all that was necessary to ultimate success 
was confidence in their Government, and 
the undaunted bravery which had charac- 
terized the Confederate army during its 
past career. 

Upon taking up the line of march they 
rode in the same ord ;r — Jeff. Davis hav- 
ing by his side young Colonel Johnson, a 
son of Albert S. Johnson, in whom he 
evidently reposed the most implicit con- 
fidence. They reached Charlotte, N. C, 
where they again camped, and Davis 
haratgued the men again, urging confi- 
dence in them, and speaking in glowing 
words of rebel patriotism. He appeared 
happy and cheerful, took the boys by the 
hands like a plebeian, aud even visited 
the pickets, and entered into social con- 
versation with them. He would praise 
their valor, and paid them other pretty, 
but not substantial compliments. While 
at this point they were joined by Duke, 
Ferguson, and Vaughn, with their bri- 
gades, which increased the escoit to five 
thousand men. After the new confers 
had mingled with the others, tbej soon 
learned the condition of things, aud they 
too had their conjectures and surmises. 
They were suddenly reminded that the 
Government was slightly indebted to 
them, and, as the treasury was near at 
hand, the idea of preseuting bills natur- 
ally presented itself to them. The men 
would congregate in groups, and their 
loud mutterings boded no good to the 
Government. Jeff, found it necessary 
to redouble his efforts to conciliate. 

The loyal men obeyed their marching 
orders, and followed Jeff. Davis and the 
specie to Abbeville, where they again 
baited, much fatigued and demoralized. 
At every stopping place the rebel offit^ials 
would repair to the best houses they could 
find, and take up quarters. On the 8th 
things began to assume a desperate fea- 
tu.e, and Jeff, found it polite to inspire 
his brave boys with more than words. 
The various commanders were ordered to 
send m full reports of their men, and all 
were paid off in gold and silver. It was 
intended to give each man $32, but errors 
in the reports caused most of them to re- 
' ceive less. None, however, got less than 
$26. It was chiefly Mexican dollars. 
None got over a United States half eagle 
in gold. In the evening, Duke sent his 
Assistant Adjutant General, Captain 
Davis, to notify his men who wished to go 
west of the Mississippi riv t to report at 
11 o'clock on the following morning. At 
the appointed time all the men reported, 
but Duke refused to take those who were 
without arms, and, taking the armed men, 
left the others to shift for themselves. 
They heaped curses on the base Duke, 
and, with heavy hearts, went to Washing- 
ton, Ga., where they surrendered to 
Gen. Wilson, together with the boys of 
Ferguson and Vaughn. 

The command of Debrell escorted Jeff. 
Davis to Vienna village, on the west 
bank of the Savannah river, and about 
twenty miles west of Washington, where 
the gr.v il •li'solution took place on the 
'.'th. v>' this point, Breckenridge, Ben- 
jamin, Burnett, and several others took a 
long and la^t farewell of Jeff. Davis and 
and his family. The parting occurred at 
the dead hour of midnight, under the 
clear and starry canopy of heaven, with 
the bright beams of a lull and resplendent 
moon shining on the calm and placid wa- 
ters of the beautiful Savannah. It must 
have been a sad parting, and the reflec- 
tions suggested can hardly be imagined. 

At the hour named, Jeff. Davis and 
suite crossed the river, and the other 
portion ol the rebel government gal- 
lopped ot'f, waving their bandker hiefs. 
This scene was only witnessed by the 
lonely sentinel, who patrolled the camp 
when it took place. A body guard of ten 
men \ccompanied Jeff. Davis, with his 
family .-cd friends. In the morning the 
CGI tniar.i.. were apprised of the fact that 
tLerGoverninent had deserted them, and 
that they were now left to follow the 
bent of their own inclinations. The men 
mustered themselves out witnout an hon- 
orable discharge, and marched to Wash- 
ington. 



The Great Conspiracy— How 

Details of tlie Plot Were 

Obtained. 

As everything relating to the great tra- 
gedy enacted at Washington is sought 
alter with interest, we give below the 
manner in which details of the conspiracy 
were obtained, as related by a Washing- 
ton correspondent ot the N. Y. Eeratd : 

"It seems that about three weeks 
before the plans were put in^o execu- 
tion one of the parties revolted at the 
part of the work which the leaders bad 
allotted to him on the eventful night, 
and at once manifested a desire to 
back out. He was, however, reminded 
of his oath, and every effort made to 
bring him up to the work. But the more 
he thought of it the more he became 
alarmed at the fearful proposition of the 
hellish schemes. After several days par- 
leying he succeeded in getting the con- 
sent of his associates to relieve him fr:)m 
all future connection with them, on the 
condition that h'j should leave the city 
and not return for sixty days. He left 
the city, and was somewhere within the 
limits of the Army of the Potomac when 
the news came there of the assassination 
of the President. He immediately repaired 
to Fortress Monroe aud gave himself up, 
and was sent to Washington, arriving 
there the next morning after the funeral 
services of Mr. Lincoln at the White 
House. When taken before the authori- 
ties he made a full confession of all that 
he knew ot the plot, as to where and 
when they met, and who were concerned 
in it. It is understood that the procla- 
mation issued during that day by Secre- 
tary Stanton, offering an additional re- 
ward for Booth, also rewards for Atzerot 
and Harrold, were based upon the con 
fession of this prisoner. 



PIANO & FINE FURNITURE 

ATT AXJOXIONI 

^Yo will soil at auction, 
«. ns very flue seemM-hand Piano, 
One rosewood, marble-fop, centre Table, 
One set of ea^n covered Chairs, 
Two do do easy Chairs. 

One do do gothio Chairs, 

Oni mahogany, marble top ^ide Board, 
Cno Relf rocting Crsdle. 

Gale this Wediesday morning at 11 o'c'ock, In 
Maoknbins' Block. 

It R. ft J. M. WABNRR, Auctioneers. 



Pianos at .<^uctioii. 



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The LouisviU Journal in an elaborate 

editorial, entitled "An open letter to the 

People of Kentucky," closes as follows : 

The time has come for at once cutting up by 
the roots the upas tree which for more than 
half a century has i)oisoneil our nrosperlty 
and retarded the growth ot that pnblic spirit 
which our full development requires. Let the 
people, therefore, cast aside the fossilized poll 
ticians who would impede tlieir progress in 
the broad path of destiny which opens before 
them, and to this end let them in August next 
elect a man to the General Assembly of the 
State, who will pledge himself to the immedi- 
ate and unconditional ratification of the con- 
stitutional amendment. 

— Among the interesting incidents, says 
a Richmond correspondent, which arc being 
related in connection with the evacuation of 
this city, is one which may be worthy of con 
sideration among the medical faculty. A col- 
ored girl, whose sight had long been defect- 
ire, became blind al>ont tive months ago, and 
continued so until the terrible explosion of 
the magazine in this city, which seemed to 
shake creation. Recovering herself almost 
immediately from her fright, she exclaimed, 
"Mother 1 can see." 



Wo will sell at Anotion, on Wednesday, Hay 
21th, at 11 o'clock. 

Three Ne-w 7-Ootave 

rose: WOOD pi^ivos. 

One made by Cbickering k Sons, one by Groes- 
teen fcCo.,and one by Hayes & Btder. Alio, 

One Second-hand OV-Ootave 

PIANO, 

Slade by Gilbert. 

One New 5-Octave Prince Melodeon. 

We would CiiU t)i« .ittontiOD of perton« in want 
of good inKtni3ieii»iito this >'alc, a< it will bfl pos- 
itive and thi^ In-^truniontg nil watran ed. Tli« In 
strum' ntij will ba on «'xhtbiti3n at tlie place oi 
sale, in Mackubin'n Block, on Washington street, 
afiPF Monday the 2^d cf Mav. 

T»K>is«FSALK— Onp n-IfCash; the balance 
approved bam able paper, at sixty days. 

K. t J. M. WARNER, 

malSlwlstU Auctioneers. 






Crockery Importing House 

Wll L falJ^L 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 

kit., le , 

A.t IBi&mtarn Prices, 

with LT8S than frelgbt added , A large stock of 

Xable Cutlory, 

Oarbon 4:>il Sc lLAinps, 
I^ookinic G>-la8se«a 

Britojuaia "WaE-e* 
Tea 'XVayei, Ac, 

fer sale at Uteit QOiD PRICES. 



189 & 191 Third 3tteet & Beach btreer, St. Paul. 
^eptlo 



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O T X C 11 



CLOIX ESTABLISHMEIL 



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IB laMlliaa to on large lenerai stoA of 



I>It,Y O^OODS 



W9 bST* fitted ap aa [extanstre 



aOAmNDiliHlVl ROOM 



(where always oan be foimd a| 



FULL ASSORTMENT 



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-or- 



Partles wishing to inake the trip overland to 
Bavfleld, Laku Sapettor, can And teams, tent', 
camping utfmih Ac. byappl ingto WEBB at 
DAILY a RVDBR'i ofBoe. may«l-lm 



/^OAT 



HAKKRS ITASTBD. 



Steady- Km]iloynxent G^iven. 

NONE BUT FIBST-R4Tifi ^EKI> APPLY. 
MlnDetpo.is, Ma; 2), isas. 
ma}31 Iw A.T.H4LEfcC0. 

(fi^rt A 3K09ITH.— 1 want Agentieveir- 
»P 4 \.' vtf re. at t'O a mnntfi. expenses paid, 
t,o 8 II Fifteen Article*, the best selling ever of 
fered. Hull part'cuiiTo free. Address oTIS T. 
GARBY, Biddeford Maine. m^Zl-dwSmo 



MONETABT 



ray Telegraph.] 
Haw Twrk Mwawr flt«rli«S. 

New YOBX, May 23— 1 :.■«) r. M. 
Gold closes at iZihi. 



Stages for Superior 
Mondfty, Wednesday, and Friday, 

At 7 O'clock, A. M., 

COKNECTUIO TUKBK WITH BOATS FOK 

Chicago, Detroit, and Cleveland, 

AND ALL POINTS ON THE LAKES. 

IHKM.^EflOTA ATJkOK CO. 

St Taut, May 331, 1805. ma24-2mo 



IMPORT AlVT NOTICE 



TUCHELT & HOFFMAN 

Would respecfully announce that they have Just 
received a very large stock of 

T OB ACCOS 

Chewing «fe Smoking. 

We confidently state that we now ha.e the 

Best Brand of Che-wing 
that U manufactured in this country or any other 

Our Stock of Smokine, 

tMth for extent and variety is n^t equaled In this 
city. \> e also make a specialty ot trade in 

CIGARS, 

Both foreign and domestic, wiilch we are now 
selling very low forthe times. 
Give us » call, try us, and eee lor yours»Ive8. 
49" Store at Tuchelt's old stand on Ihird St. 

F. W.IUCHELT. CHAS. HOFFMAN. 

mylO-St 

Bv the Load 



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A ■ T 



Six or XCieht Grood AHaohinists, 



St, 



None but csmptttent men need apply. 

LICE k HARDEMUKROH. 
Anthony, May : 9. m20-3t 



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Ontridaythe 12 th inst., between St. Paal 
and St. Anthony, 

24 GrUAJN SACKS, 

marked "E. G." Tbn fluder will be suitably re- 
warded upon leaving the same at the PRKSsofltce. 

mySO-St 

1^ AltXBS. 

If yon wish to preiterve year Fnrs, Robes, 
Clothe, Blankets, ac from moths and other In- 
fects, go to Vawter (; Roiie's and get a packet of 
CEDAR CAMPHOR. 

It notonlypreservts, but impats a dellghfU 
perfumn. m4-tfhdnadi 



T 



HB CKI.BBiaATEa» PHALOH'* 



**Nia:ht Sloominc Cerevi«," 
By the eingle bottle, dozen or gross, at 

VAW1ER k ROSE'S, 

maStf No 111 Third Street. 



S A. O <^ XJ JB S, 

,f 

O liR. C U I^JLIt», 

Also a Ml aasortiMnt of 
ItCimses' anci Ohilchieia'ai 

BXJOI^E trim:ming8, 

BUGX-JE: OiaN-AJMETTS 

AndaftdlUne of 

SUMMER SH:A^VLS. 

Which we are prepared to sell at as 

LOW PRICES 

a^ they ean be pnrcliis<>d in this etty. 

Give U.S a Call. 
E L FE LT'S. 



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May 2, 1M2. 



Istp-m2-i 



7-30. 



7-30. 



or Ton, constantly on hand at 
VERMILLION MILLS, Hastings, Minn. $15.00 
STEPHICN GAbDNKR. 
m20 2w* 



per Ton. 



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COMMEHCIAL. 



W*«kli7 M*tI«w wf tUm Sialiit Pawl 
K»rk«)t. 

Wkdmksdat, May 24. 

The following are oar quotations for the week : 

GRAIN— 

Wheat sells on the levee for mllllDg purpo8(>8 
at 85c. An occaxional lot ot No. 2 from tue coun- 
try »elU lor 70a75c. 

iiats, sells on levee at Sic wholesale, and 65o 
reull. 

Com— wholoeale at 80c for both corn in the 
ear and shplled; reUil, $1.00. 

Barley— The quotation is $1.05. 
PORK- 

Prices are still nominal. Hess is held at $3CS 
3i, and prime mess t2S.50S2<J. 

tJams, sweet pickled. iH^lOcj smoked Iiams, 
country 18, city 22. ShoulderB, retail, 20o. 

LARD— 20c wholesale; reUll, 25o. 

FU)U&- 

Wliolesale. Retail. 

Superfine $46> 5 00 

Extra— {choice brands).... $5 75 50 

Double X $0 25 $6 75 

BUTTER— 

Wholesale, Retail. 

Best fresh roll 158180 20S25c 

Best firkin lOSUo 15^180 

FAiGS— Wholesale at I581«c, and reUllatiOc. 

POTATOES— Wholesale, -iSigSSc, and retail at 
SOe. 

SUGARS— Market quiet. 

Wholesale. Retail. 

Common Brown 12S13C 12.>,'3in<j 

FairtoPrime iSe 18c 

telinedB. »C 20a20>io 22c 

Powdered and out Loaf •ilii9Tio 25o 

Crushed 2l}i^£U 25c 

TEAS— 

Wholesale. Retail. 

Young Hyson, $1.00S18.> 1.7532.25 

Oolong $1.004i;«) I.2032.25 

Gunpowder and Imperial, $l.0OA1.^5 1.7 e2 2<i 

TOBACCO— Nat'I leaf, $1.253$1.40; Gold leal, 

75cS— ; Dark brands, (sweet) 87ci$l; Fine out. 

(chewing) <JOa$l 25; I-Mne cut, (smoking) 25«40c, 

COFFEE— Coffee very firm; ftock In the U. 
S. less than 9.0(X) bags. Wholesale- Rio, | fair, 
Mc; retail, 40c; Lajniayra, S-lc; retail, 40c; 
Javaand Hocha, 40i}4Ju: reUll, 50. 

MOLASSES— Plantation and Portland, ^gal. 
$1.20, wholesale; reUil, $1.40; Sugar 
House, 90c3$l 10, wholesale; reUil, $1.85; iio\- 
denSynip, $1.5001.85, wholesale; retail, $2; Am- 
ber, $1 30. 

WHISKY- We quote. Rectified, V galllon, 
$1.95; Monongahela, $2.0035.00; Old Bourbon, 
$2,26«$«.00. 

BEANS — Wholesale, $2.00 per pnshel; 
retail, $2.50. Navy Beans, $2.25, wholesale; re- 
tail, «3.00. 

LEAD AND SHOT.— Shot is quoted at $.1 SO 
per sk. Back-shot 14 25. Bar leid, 13 ^c. 

GREEN xi>PLE}— Winter, retail, $9.00010.00 

WOODEN WA.ti — 



r A situation as Bookkeeper by one who has had 
two jears' experience. Goad references given. 
Enquire at < his oflico. ma23-3l* 



THHJ PROPELtiOR 

« E. >\^. BACCHUS. 



»» 



Saving been thorougt^ly refitted and strength- 
ened the past wint'?r, will make 

RKGrXJLAR TRIPS 

FOR THE COMING SEASON BETVTEEN 

Portage Lak« & Superior City, 

STOPPING ^ INTKRJIEDI.VTK POINTS. 

Shippers of Cattle and Luixi'ber 

will flrd it for their intfr!>et to ship by our boat. 

" If the p^opleof ttio upper Penlnju a will glvo 
us their pitronaKe, t hn v can have a regular boat " 

All Inquiries chould be aedres^ed to 
Capt. «.,UAS. E.K I RTLANU, Houghton, Mich., 
or alcE BROTHERS, -Milwaukee, Wii"., and 
CHA!?. H. HICE * CO., Chicago, IIHnols. 

4E^L>*ke Sup»rior supplies buuxht, packed and 
sh'pped at lowest rates aud with detpatch. 

m >y'.:'t Smos 



PAIL8 :— 

2 hoop... $.1 80 

Shoop... 4 IS 

Tubs •.— 

20 iDr ...10 50 

18 inoh . 15 00 

I inch 13 50 



Churks :— 
No. 1.. ....*• 

No. 2 

No. 8 



...$ia 50 

... P. 60 

... 14 6C 



Half bushel meas- 
ures, per dox. 



« Sr 



ONIONS— Wholesale, $2.00 per bushel; retail, 
$2.50. 



1^ O R S AXi ■. 

S,500 .A-ores Pine Haands. 
We have the title direct fVom the Government. 
For sale in qaantitles to suit. 

Apply to SMILEY k WOODBURY. 

may6.3m Aivika. 

HB ST. PAVTIi XOB COHIPAHY. 

The nndors'gned having purchaspd the inter- 
fstof Chas. Svmonds.^k.il herfafter carry on the 
loe Busine-B 1 thii city under the name of the 
6t Paul Ice Company. „„„,.„,» 

Caad. BATON. J. R. CLEVELAND. 

St. Paul, May 22, 1865. m23 tf 

IVEAV El«-M[. 



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HB NKCBAl •■ 



Hm« Hal liable 



Bu(c and Ttiseot DeBtroyex* 

In the market can be procured at the counter of 



mO-tf 



VAWTER k ROSE. 



NEW GOODS 

JUST ARRIVED 

AND rOR BALK AT 

PANIC PRICES. 
OTONNER & KING 

Havejust opened a splendid assortment of 

Ciotliing) Hats and Caps, 

GENTS' FUBNISHLNG GOODS, 
Embracing everything in the line of 

Scarf* Ties, Shirts, Collars, Hosiery, 
and Gloves. 

They have I Jso a large stock of 

Notions and Fancy Good^, 

whic I they offer to 
Dealers, Peddlers and Auctioneers, 

being confident th«y can suit all. We soUelt 

a call. 

Third St reet, St. Paul. 
Three doors al>o re the Merchants Hotel. 

m ayg-Sm 

GUIEAT IVEW». 



or THE OREATJ 

U. S. 7-30 LOAK 

AT THE 

Fii'ertN'a.tioiia.l Bank, 

SAEN-T PA-XJIj. 



CAPTURE (IF JEFF. DAVIS. 



Greenbacks as Good as Gold 



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> I e ■ e 



JeflT. Davis on Ilan^ng;. 

An oflrcer of the United States army, 
whose authority io such a case we caa- 
not question, gives leave to publish the 
following account of what he beard Jeff. 
Davis say just before the breaking out of 
the war. We use his words : 

"I beard Mr. Davis u'ter the following 
words in a southern town where he deliv- 
ered an address in November, 1860. I 
did not hear the whole speech, only the 
words quoted, as I passed by the crowd 
of list'Tcrs: 

" 'Whit ! coerce a sovereign State ! at- 
tempt to deprive us of our moat inestima- 
ble rights ! 

•* 'Ijct Mr. Lincoln try it. or Mr. 
Djuglas either, and we will hang theia 
higher than Haman, aud the only differ- 
ence I should make would be that [humor- 
ously] as Mr. Lincoln is considerably 
taller than Mr. Douglas, we should have 
to build his gibbet [standing on his toes 
and reaching up bis band] a leetle bigh er 
than that for Dooglaa." 



NEW GOODS. 

The subscribers have formed a copartnership un- 
der the firm name of 

GEO. BENZ ft CO., 

Fjr the purpose of doing a 
WHOLESALE AND IMPORTING 

BUSINESS IN 

WINES AND^ LIQUORS. 

Genuine Rhenlsli Wines, 



NEWGOODS 

JUoT llEOEIVED. 



Having perfec^ onftdenoe that onr currency 
wi 1 f>oon be worth Its 1 ace In gold, I will ell my 
entlie s'ock ot 



The Best and Safest larestnent 

FOR 

CAPITALISTS, GUARDIANS, SOLDIERS. 

and all who have money to spare. 

Interest Payable Semi • Annnally. 

N'o 1?ajces on. this Investmeut. 

Notes in fums of Fifty Dollars and upwards. 

Bonds sent by l::xpreRS free of charge. Payment 

to be made In National Currency or Eastern Fx- 

change. Interest allowed on one and twe years 

five per c.-nt notes in exchange for Seven-Thirties. 

jr. E. XHOSUPSOM, Agent. 
mlO-tf-Istp 

Don't order until you see the 

WOOD'S 

Self-Rake Reaper I 

AXD 

WOOD'S 



(Direct imporUtion,) from Germany, (all the 
vintage,} kept constantly on Iiand; also, ex- 
tra fine 



Brandies, Sherry Ac Port "Wine, 

For medicinal purposes— by the bottle, gallon 
or cask. 

A 8 the summer season is approaching, Retail 
Dealers and private parties «iil do well to ex 
amine and purchase some of our 

CATAWBA AND CLARET WINES, 

for cooling Summer Drinks. 

Store No. 310 Third Street, 

Brown's Block, S^|ul. Hlnn. 



tBOT 1 



GEO 
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BEN7. ) 
A.KENZ. \ 



IBHZ * CO. 



myl0-1m 



¥V«wl 1ftark»*. 

New York.— The Economist of last week 
says: Tlie pa<^t week has bet-n ths ho'dlngcff 
week, and di'slersare fa)>ier in thi-lr terms, and 
wool cm bp bought lower than it could last week ; 
though little cuncest'ion has jet been made, 
price!« may be said to be nom'nal, and no indica- 
tion at what wool can be bought. Finevrools 
are In demand, wile tho-e . suitable fjr army 
goods are much lower and seldom enquired for. 
Luckily, thp market has b.^n pretty well clean'd 
of them. The stock is very light. The stock of 
Canada combing is also very light with very lew 
buyers; worsted miuufactureri are waiting for 
the Canada clip, when all are going In, expecting 
to buy cheap. Human nature U tne Hsme every- 
wheie, and the CanaSaus understacd as much of 
It as other people, and of the wants rf our market 
and also our s iiroes of»upply; the supply and 
eagerness oWemand will regulate the p-ice. Th4 
stock ri all kinds of wool israpidily diminishing 
and through ihe past week has b'jcn very quiet, 
yet some housas have been busy and made some 

ftrettygoodfales. The stock ot all desciptions 
sUgb', but that will nut affect the price it tbe 
wmata of manufacturers are not pressing. A great 
many are changing from ker8e)s to other styles, 
which will interfere somewhat with tbe produc 
tlon, but It is impossible to say what the next 
week will b« from what the patt has been. 

The week's sales of Domestic aggregate about 
250,000 lbs, ranging from aia~5c, iniluaing Ifi.OOJ 
lbs Iowa at 55c; .1,000 lbs Illinois 6uc; M.OUO lbs ■« 
itlood Fleece tssc; i:j,O,0 ll.a 1 linois 57Sc; (ft>r 
the latter Vic wns once refused) J4,0oO lbs .State 
tZ^c; 10,000 do very choice do 7Tc\ 40,000 Bis 
Pennsylvania 75c; 15 000 Ox Michigan 71c; 20 000 
fcs Ohio 75j; 10,000 lbs Michigan 7:k;; 40,000 do 
70c; l?,i.001bs Ohlo,privateterni«; I5,<XK>I!>9 Michi- 
gan 70j; 20,000 S>8 :)iate uud Michigan, private 
terms; 15,» lbs Illinois CSc; 5,000 lbs Ohio 7&c; 
and other lots on terms not mad • public, Of 
I'ulled, 150 bales sold at r>()>3Ml for su|)«r and ex- 
tra; UO bales California Pulled, on private terms. 
B 'SToN — The excitement in Domestic Wool 
basin part subsided, and the tone of thH market 
is not so ttrm as at the close of last week, but a 
vpry good feelitg prevails and prices remain 
about the same, 't ho Urge purchases of manu- 
facturers last week, have supplied their immedi- 
ate wants, which, iu connection with tbe decline 
in gold, has evlaently led them to operate witiv 
more caution. Ihe stock of fleece lias become 
reluced to about 1,500,000 lbs. and our average 
weekly receipts, lately, have ibeen about l,5iio 
bales per week. With a continuance of such a 
deminuas. we experienced la^t wefl^ it is evi- 
dent however that the fleece wool In the cauntry 

would soon pass Into manufacturers' hands. I'he , — , . ^ .. .. .. .■ 

•ales of the week add no 425,000 lbs, at prices Icwata. iMde te «rA » »* »5« ^"^'""•VSv 
ranginc Jrom Mft80a for fleece and pulied. f "FRBSS >' 8IHDVKT. 



Silver and Plated Ware, 
DIAMOND GOODa 

WA,NCyr GOODS. &;C., &;o., 

AT PRICES BASED ON GOLD. 

NOW IS TB[E TIME TO BUY. 

I am CO istantly receiving 

Ne-vr Style* of Goods, 

and invite all to call and examine. 

Particular attention paid to the 

REPAIRING OF FINE WATCHES. 

I devote my perstmal attention to that branch 
of the business, anc all persons leaving work with 
me tan iM.sure of bivlogit dene qnickly and well. 

Clocks and Je-welry Repaired. 

Damon. Grreenleaf^ 



They are like General Grant, 

Viotors in Every Contest. 
BIttELOW, MURDOrK & CO.. 

mohlS-l7-lH^ 

THE VERY LATEST 

Cloth§, Cassimeres, VestiDgs, 

GENTS' FURNISHING [GOODS, 
HATS AND CAPS, 

AJT COST! 
For the Next Sixty Days. 

This is no hnmbng, as the goods mu^t be sold in 
order to raise money. The public will do well to 
call and secure bargains before the t>est selections 
are gone. 

XK. Eclcforcl 

Third Stneet, 
Next door to Ingersoll's Hall. 
■i»4w-lst 9 Near the bridr* 

HUMANHAIRl 




1lkirAI.T VEWBBAH. 

We now oan fornish pure Malt Vinegar as 
low as common and adulterated vinegar landed 
from below. dEEWJCT t GBEIQ. 

Orders can be left with L. B. k C. Grelg Third 
sUeet.St.raul. a prl».2w 

OIV »AJJE. 

Four sewnd-hand Wagons, two Sledges, one 
Sleigh, two Cows and Calves, two Mares, one 
Horse, two Plows, one Feed Cutter, one 6ii Oc- 
tave Piano, one Melodeon. 

AX-FMED MOORB'S. 

Auction Rooms , 3d St., St. Panl. 



ma16-tf 



Cornel Third and Robert streets. 
M. Psk 



J. 



Agent for the sale of 

New Yoi'k; and Michigan 
H -A. L.T. 

IX>WER LEV££, ST. PAUL. 

aorlSt. 



-psMttoss vi'Xttiuas 

Ifanoy Toile t Soap, IXair, Tooth 
or KT -til Brushes, 

Can find Just what they want at 

VAWTEK k ROBE'S. 
ma'-tf 

T V M B ■ 1%. 

We have nov on hand a large stock of 
Suildine Jjumher, FenolnK, 

.Pic^kets, Sco.t 
Which we olTer for sale at the lowest prices. 
Lumber yard on KIrst Street. ,„,,„„„ 

ANKEMY liOBIN SON ft CLEMENT, 
M inufacturers of 1 umlwr, 
my-ij-Ui^* Minneapolis, Mian. 

Saint Paul Marble Works. 

Cor. of Thii*d Ac SxohansA 8t«.» 

(Near the Md American Honse.) 



Sridse Saaare, St. Paul* 

Wig Maker & Importer of 
HUMAN HAIR, 

Wigs, Braids, Bands, Cnris, &c^ 

M4NUFACTmRD BT HIMSELF, 

And warranted of the Best Material and Work- 
manship, at PRICES WHICH DEFl COMTK- 

Orders by MaU or Express will reoelTC prompt 
attention. _ . _ . ■._. 

PriT"te rooms for Ladles' Hair Dressing, Fria- 
alng, Shampooing and Dyeing. 

-Hie only Id BO Wft DxEintho world applied 
and for sale. _ . ._ . ^ 

N. B.— Gentlemen's Hair Cut with Jndgment 
and taste. 

BRIDGE SQUARE. ST. PAUL 

ap4Kl7-latK 



>ENTIST 



BO* 9KB 



BMJkW 
Of. every d«» T4>tton^ for EmwOs or 



Ac. 

atthf 



All kinds of MjlRBLB WORK done to order. 
Fartionlar atteiHon siven to CONTRACTS 
for large MONUU ENTS, or any kind of FANCT 
or PLAIN MONUMENTAL WORK. 
ALL WORK WARRANTED. 
am- Now is th< time to leare yonr Sprlsf oi^ 
ders. 

O. 9, AXiraiCH, 

febtf-iy A««at for th* Qamfsmj^ 



SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL 
DENTIST, wonld respectlnUy inform the otti> 
tens of St. Fsnl, that he has opened an olBee ia 
Rogers' Block, over the Expraaa Oftoe. New 
and iaaproved artifioial Teeth inserted on Vnlcan- 
ite Plate, which for beauty, oomfort, duraWUty 
and obeapness far ezoel anythlnf now in nee. 
Teeth also Inserted on Gold and Silrer and war- 
ranted to glTO satls&Mtlon. ^ ^. 

Kxtna£kg. Ming and all operations oattja 
Teeth done tr. a anperior nunner, witn UttM 

pain and on aaudetmM terms. ^ „ _. . .,^ 

^TbB Profesalon suppUed with Teeth ttom taa 
best mannflu*nrer«. "^''^ 



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AM* 



.Experienced "^^oolen w eaver«« 

AT TBK 

NORTH STAR WOOLXN MILLS. 

XASTMAN. QIBSOM k CO. 
MlBBMfolU.MayithiiWO. alS^lm. 




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t^ ^ 'the 'saint PADlTlbZliV PRESg^^EDK ESPI?; 'SLg?"^g4:, t865X 



n;8U8HXI>DAU.T, Tai-WBKKLT AJTD WKSM.T. 

Office — -^djoiiiiiiic tiio B ridge. 



Tvi 



-DAILY PKKSS— By m*ll. 



$11.00 
aii- 



peraanum.or f l.OOper month, itmariaUp *» 

""^r wirii-irr y PBESS— *r p«>r annum; $3.50 
fo^u'Sh*'.-*..^5for1hrT-eSrouU..; 6oc. lor 

•UOO; clubs ot ten copies, one jear, *JO.W, cluOi- 
of twenty copies, one year, •40.00. 



The foUowlng person* fcre MtU^med to aot w 
Agents for tl»e FRB83 •- ! 

P. McAb^, Minneapolis. 
W. W. Wa.e-. St. .\nthony. 
W.C. Williams. Monticeiio. 
J M. ttosenberger. St- Cloud. 
Joshua Smith, UudKon, Wisconsin 
T. 3,Sevmonr,U«d«on,Wiilcon8i«. 
a. H. xYiomas Afwn. 
W. W. Morga, lakeland. 
A. B. Easton, Stillwater. 
H. Riedell, Faribault. 

H..Ienkin:', Jr., Nonhflel -w ■ 

D.H.Kro*t,Northf>ld. L> Vl 1 

W. II. Wadsworth, Owatocna. 
L. L. Twichell * Co., Hasting*. 
J M. McKee. Pretcott, Wiscont 
Dr. A. H. Joces, Keu Wing. 
W.J.ArnolJ, WatMnshaw 
I. J. D«ffyt Siakopte, 
D L. How 

J. K. Moore, St. Peter. 
C. H. Slocnm, Mankato. 
S. Eaton, Albert Lea. 
Ray * William?, Garden City. 
J, H. Welch, Winnebago Oty. 
C.J. Shortt, Austin. 
H. W. ^to^e, Belle Pliine. 
J. E. Albaush, Cannon City, 
J, Goward, Freeborn. 
C. D. Adams, Morristown. 
C. H. Mclntvre, Red Wing. 
J. H, Allen, Princeton. 
E. p. Bailey, SUnton. 
A. McHf Qch, Henderson. 
HiU, Dustln * Co, Blue Earth City. 



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The Trutli of History. 

■Jhe New York Time* has a letter from 

Thitrlov Weeft who IV« •• 
•III Dctcinticr, IS60, the President elect was 
.strii igl VI inclined, it', indeed, be did not abso- 
lute ly df^cide, to invite Andrew Johnson to a 
seal in his dt^inct. His jHtrpoee and policy, 
how ever, r'efating to Unimi statc-smen in Bor- 
der tSlave Slates urns changed at Washington 
by 6ie S!ini»lnnuenco ffhich attempted to ex- 
clude the delegates from these States from the 
Naaosal Co4T*;ntiQa. \ •• 

Greeley sayd this wasn't s6. He s&yi : 

'.^ Mr. Lincoln, upon the receipt of 
Alix; ! H. Stephens' first ^reat Union 
speech hi Georgia near the close of lt<GO, 
wrl)te him from Sprmgfieldaletter where- 
in ibe oflTered him-'Day, pressed upon 
hii^i— a choice of all the positions in ihti 
President's gift. Mr. Stephens' when he 
re<ieived this letter, had resolved to 'go 
with bi«£lfcatet' •"(! •<> decbn^d tbf trusi- 
lol. prolTer." 

After he reached Washington, jrr. Lin- 
coln oflered tt»eft« inbis Cabinet to Hon. 
Joiin A. Gilmer of Korth Carolina, who 
hbewise declined it. We believe he 
made simUarpioffers to other eminent 
Btjll-l!verett Unionists of the South, but 
with like result. He might probably 
have secured their co-operation by apree- 

g to accept the CriitenJen proposition 



DEPTH OF REBEL BARBARISM. 



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KKVrS ITEXS. 

— It has been supposed that the posi- 
tion of mistress ot the White Honse would be 
assomed br Mrs. Stover, the daughter of 
President Johnson, in consequence of the ill 
health of Mrs. Johnson. A Knoxville corres- 
pondent says that she recently left that place 
for Greenville, where she will probably re- 
main during the summer, as the loss of her 
husband, who was killed in the battle of Nash- 
ville, last fall, untit her for the stir and ex- 
citement of life at the White House. 

— The sudden disappearance of the 
cause of the immense consumption of horse- 
flesh in .irmy operations has produced a great 
stagnation in the XewYork horse market, and 
prices have fallen off twenty-five per cent, 
within aweek. Horses valued a week ago at 
S1.50 can now be bought for SllO to?l20, and 
artillery horses, for which the Government 
paid 81G0, can now be had at §120. 

— The rumor that Charles A. Dana 
formerly of the New York rwiwrw and lately 
Assistant Secretary of War is to edit the new 
republican paper soon to appear in Chicago, 
seems to be well-founded. He was recently 
at Chicago, and has resigned his position in 
the War Department which seem to be tolera- 
bly conclusive in the case. Mr. I>aoa is a 
vigorous writer, and wi!l undoubtedly make 
one of the best papers in the West. 

— A fiery Protestant preacher, by the 
name of Don Ambrogio, is making no little 
little sensation in Italy. He sutTers imprison- 
ment here and thtrc at the hands of tjie 
Catholic authorities, but no sooner is he at 
liberty than he begins his work and draws 
after him great crowds of the people. He 
exhorts to the free study of the Bible, and 
the colporteurs, following in his track, make 
large sales. 

— Tie wickedness of the rebel leaders 
is only equaled by their meanness. In the 
warshoase of Haxall & Co., in RichnK)od,was 
discovered a lot of blankets, from oOO to 1,000, 
marked U. S., which it was confessed were 
stolen from our men imprisoned there, not 
one of whom had a blanket during the past 
winter. 

— A clergyman one Sunday was com- 
plimented by one of his friends on the dis- 
course he had been delivering. "South him- 
self," (alluding to the eminent divine of that 
name.) exclaimed the auditor, "never preach- 
ed a better." "You are right," replied the 
honest preacher, "I regard it as his best." 

— The chef de la bouche at the Tuller- 
ies is dead. The duty of this ofRcial was to 
taste every article of food before it is brought 
to the Imperial table. , 

— The great clock tBat stands on the 
walk in front of the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New 
York, and which has not stopped since the 
building was erected, is now motionless, and 
the hands indicate 22 minutes past 7 — the 
point of time when Mr. Lincoln died. 

— Mr. W. H. Powell has disposed of 
his picture, "The Battle of Lake Erie," to the 
Legislatture of Ohio— for whom it was paint- 
ed. The price was 81.5,000. 

— One of the " beautiful young ladies' 
who composed the ballet at the Pittsbarg 
Varieties, turned out to be a young man.' 
She had dressed and roomed with the other 
fair ones. The manager, very properly, turn- 
ed the damsel out. 

— John C. Heenan, the pugilist, has 
married an English lassie, and settled down 
to private life. 

— Bamnm's maiden speech in the Con- 
necticut Legislature was in favor of the Con- 
stitutional amendment abolishing slavery. 

— A monument to Past Grand Master 
Wildey.the founder of Odd Fellowship in this 
country, is to be commenced in Baltimore by 
the tormal laying of the corner-stone. 

— There is a question as to how tbo 
word Nevada shall he abbreviated. The pa- 
pers ol that State say : write it " Nev." 

— Every plain girl has one consolation. 
If she is not a pretty young Indy, she will, if 
she lives, be a pretty old one. 

— The rebel General Early, it ia said, 
died recently at Lynchburg. Previous ac- 
counts had left him there, suffering from 
rheumatism in the 9t<jmacb. 

—George D. Prentice ol the Louisville 
Journal, is lying very sick at the St. Cloud 
Hotel, Nashville. Clarence D. Prentice, his 
son, lately a rebel officer, hns taken the oath 
of allegiance to the ftj.: niraent. 

— Jeff. Davis in t.. , 1 ..^4— "All rce 
want is to be let alone." Jeff. Davis in May, 
1865— "All /want is to be let alone." 

— Thirteen steamers, one ram and a 
gunboat, surrendered by the rebels, have 
reached Mobile from the Tombigbee river and 
eight or ten more are expected. ' V/ 

— A John Ball conversing witb An Indi- 
an asked him if he knew t/ir .sun never sets 
LrfiM *" * dominions. .' No," s^ifl the 

"Do Vtm know the reast if^ why ?" sfikPil 
-" Joftn. "Because frod was : ^Araid to trust a» 
Englishman \a the dark,"wa?( fjje dusky sav- 
fW's repj^. 



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anl thus consign to Slavery all our terri 
tory southward of 30 degrees 30 min- 
ute's ; hut this, though urged upon him 
by powerful inlluences from this State, he 
could nol.fJo. Not doing it, he could get 
n<» distingiiished Bell Kverett man to take 
a place in his Cabinet, and was constrain- 
ed to form it exclusively from those who 
had supported his election. This, we 
have not a doubt, is ** the truth of his- 
tory." 

To this Mr. Weed replies : 
"The statement ol the Tribune relat- 
ing to Mr. A. H. Stephens is a surprise. 
Mr. Lincoln conversed vry f.ecly wiili 
ine on the subject of bis Cabinet, at 
Springfiel'1 ; but neither then nor subse- 
(juently was the name of Mr. Stephens 
mentioned in that conversation. 

"In our conversations, in reply to my 
earnest advocacy of Union men in Slave 
States for the Cabinet, Mr. Lincoln ex- 
pressed his fears that on questions likely 
to arise, such men could not be relied 
upon. There were, I insisted, two ex- 
ceptions, viz : Andrew .Johnson and John 
M. Botts. 

"Mr. Lincoln concurred with me in 
believing .Mr. Johnson reliable, both 
against Rebellion and Slavery, and nearly 
or quite decided to invite him into the 
Cabinet." 

To this Mr. Greeley rejoins : 
" The remarkable facility and conve- 
nience of T. W 's memory are alrea-ly 
well known. There lives no witness 
able to deny that he did, at Springfield. 
111., in December, 186U, "insi«t" that 
Andrew Johnson was eminen'ly fitted for 
a pla^e in Mr. Lircoln'.. prospective 
Cabiret, nor that M?. Lir -oln oi currcJ, 
po lOJncing 'Mr Jofan-un reliable, both 
against Rebellion and Slavery ;' yet con- 
sider the intrinsic probabilitiej of the 
case: 

"Mr. Johnson had supported the Ne- 
braska bill and the Lecompton Constitu- 
tion. He had supported JelT. Davis's 
ultra »ro Slavery resolves of the session 
of 18)9-GO, which had for their manifest 
purpo je the reading of Senator Douglas 
out 0% the Democratic party because of 
his adherence to "Popular Sovereignty" 
will icgard to Slavery in the Territories 
lie hi d supported John C. Breckinridge 
for P esideut in the Presidential canvass 
just ennicated. And he had, as yet, 
made none of the memorable speeches 
wber( in he declared his purpose to stand 
tiEtlinchingly by the Union in the life-or- 
deatb struggle about to be forced upon it 
by Silvery. If, then, such conversation 
as IS net forth above was had, in Decem- 
ber, I860, between Mr. Weed and the 
President elect, and il Mr. Lincoln then 
and there pronounced Mr. Johnson 
(who [n be bad not seen in many years, 
and 1 rith whom be had no intimacy) "re- 
liable both against Rebellion and Slav- 
try,'''' hi? prescience must have been su- 
perhi man." 

W lerein it rather strikes us that H. G. 
has T. W. in a tight place. 

Tbe Washington correspondent of the 
Rochester Z>jmocrai writes: 

"i . year ago last March I beard Berj. 
G. Ilarris shout defiantly in Congress, 
with :^lenched fist and flashing gray eye : 
"Th« South is not subjugated ; the South 
cenn\t\)e subjugated, an(2 7 thank God 
for it I" On Thursday I heard him say, 
humlly and meekly, to a military court- 
mar*; al lr>ing him as a traitor for his life, 
"Be generous and merciful, gentlemen, I 
bng < \ you ; you are conquerors, the ideas 
of t le North aie triumphant, and the 
Sout ) '\a tubjuyated l"^ I confess t(va 
patriotic thrill ol joy when I saw the 
trait )r's subdued mien and tone, and his 
voicii sounJed like music to my ears." 



Unparalleled Airocltlcs— Inii*- 

c*iilH(iii{( I'iiioia l*ri!»oucr!« 

with lS>|ibilitlc Virus. 

Tjhc Chicago Tribune publishes a letter 
froiii t physician which gives jet another 
view of the heUu-h depravity of the re- 
bel*. We take an extract' 

lleturni g from Ricbmeail, on the lG!b 
of April last, on board the steamer Red 
Jaiiket, I came in contatt with a:i mtsilli- 
geut and very penitent paroh-d rebel sur- 
geon, froni Lee's army, who had filled 
th<! position of Assistant Medical '.)irector 
of the Army of Northern Virginia during 
the, four years of the war. Without stoop- 
ing to pay my respects to him, oi^ solicit 
thrt favor of his hand, 1 asked him how 
it was that so many of our men, %who had 
be4n vaccinated while in their handf, had 
ainjb fri.'.htful sores on diirtretit parts of 
their bodies alter the operation. 

He stated, after some hesitation, that 
tha matter with which they were vac- 
cinated was venereal, and from adults. 

Could anything be more revoltingjthan 
this ? Let it be known (hat a physician 
in 'privntc practice wilfully or carelessly 
vaccinated a patient with venereal virus, 
and in Uss time than I can write this he 
would or should bo hauging fiona the 
nearest lamp post. The whole communi- 
ty woaM be incensed and his name blot- 
ted from the profession. 

What shall be said of the Confederate 
authoritiei. to whom this fact must have 
been known, and by whose connivance it 
must Lave been perpetrated? Does it 
no* ct iicur with the remarks of Commis- 
sioner Quid to Gen. Winner, in hia letter 
on exchanges, to wbich 1 referred your 
rtiaders in my previous communication, 
"tha* we get rid of miserable wretches and 
ruceivf in return some of the best materi- 
al I ever saw?" M.ide miserable by 
syphi'itic ulcers, phagedenic sores and 
sloughing wound*, together with 
the feted exhalat ons ol their own 
wretched and uncared for bodies and 
damp, ill-ventilated apartments ; made 
miserable by exposure to a scorching 
snn on a sandy isle— m'-de miserable for 
life by the most de tsrable di.eue in- 
tlcted on hmnauity ; this is the dernier 
resort of hospitable Virginia — the rich 
fruits of secession in our tiouth**rn breth- 
ren about whom some have w hired and 
prayed for, but alas in vain. Layard 
can find in such civilization among the 
ruins of Nineyeh. Livingstone has dis- 
closed no barbarism to equal this. India 
with all her Sepoy atrocities will blush at 
this. Napoleon poisoning his soldiers in 
Egypt did not surpass this as^ a military 
necessity as he termed it. Nor will hell 
itscU d^sflose a more profound sensatiou 
than tl - uttenipt of the South to trans- 
mit a filthy disease through our soldiers 
from generation to generation in the nine- 
teenth centurj- by a s)-called religious 
people, a polished society and deluded 
chivalry. From all such, go-'d Lord de- 
liver us. 



SfftcM iatfeeisi. 



BdsistaiKie at An Bnd. 

Great news of brilliant achievements Is nrriv- 

Injfrom every quarter. Heads th«t most lurl- 

Opce couvmcbd ol th^sd lic4s, u.y^ oasly roUsI •gal*** ^^o laws of b^aut?, wli'il»er 

they'bo whlw Iron gny, saudy, or Jilariog rod, 
are ^vory where 

tiTUiaiNG TIIEia COLORS. 
andfcssumlDgthe lovolUst brown or thnntost lus 
trous and perfect black, under the swllt opera- 

"*'"!°'^ CRI8TADORO'S HAIRDVE 
which transflgurei* them in a fi'W moment*. Man- 
ufaoturod by J. Crlsta<lor«), No. ti. Aslor Hou!"!', 
New York. Sold by Urugglsts. Api>Ii<"»l by al| 
Ualr Dressers. n»:id*twliB. 



success east of the Mississippi was con- 
cerned. With the Mississippi impassable 
for troops, it was impossible to withdraw 
toward t^e west, and we could accom- 
plish no good by prolonging a useless 
struggle here, against overwhelming nutn 
hers. 

duty, as department commanuer, .was^ to 
stop farther loss of life, and tt.e dfevasta- 
iion of States already impoverished by 
-war, and, while still in my power to da 
so, make such terms for ray troops .is 
would preserve their honor, and bc.-t 
protect them, and the people within my 
dcpirlmeiit, from the further ravages of 
war. That duty has been perfora)ed,and 
the tetms of surrender are appended. 
All was ^onceeded that I demanded I 
demanded all that was necessary or prop- 
er. We preserve, in the strictest sense, 
what are technically known as ' military 
honors." The troops will t-irn in their 
arms to be paroled by Commissioners se- 
lected for that purpose. They are to be 
subjected to no humiliation or degrada- 
tion. Both otncer.<« and enlUted men are 
to retain their private horses. Troops 
will preserve their present organizatiotis, 
officers remaining with their commands, 
until paroled and sent home in a body. 
They will have transportation and sub- 
sistence to their bames furnished at pub- 
lic expense. 

The intelligent, comprehensive and 
candid bearing, pending negotiations, of 
Major General Canby, United States 
Army, to whom I Lave surrendered, en- 
title him to our highest respect and confi- 
dence. His liberality and fairness make 
it the duty of each and all of us to faith- 
fully execute our part of the contract. 
The honor of all of us is involved in an | t»rd,«nd pronounce them harmless. 





Kally the System, 



After a dliMss has bten coniiofod, IhriS i« 
BtlU the weaknesfi tUat it liiavcii b<'l>iu<l It to be 
romoved. Convali'ticiMne Is a tnllouH iilViilr. II' 
the (>Dr<M-bl<'d and tiaoutd diuhcU-ii, the rhtl(<>rrd 
aervps, the thin and watery Mood could speak, 
thry would cry aloud for hclji In too many cases 
sucii hflp as Is given them Is not of t tie rl|{ht t ind- 
Tho ftery stlmulmts of commiTce do harm. They 
kindle a temporary fl»me, which ii a mockery. 
ThSlrefTnct paaiie*, and the la-t state of him who 
usee them is worse tlian the first. 

Not such Is the effect of UOSTKTTi»:K'S STO- 
MACH BITT^KS. Thern U no drawback to 
tUMr toning properties. Biil'amic plants and 
bark <;iii'I loots contribute their restorative Juices 
to ri'n '.<■■<• •' 1« foothlogandstiengthenlngprppa- 
ratloa a r. 'Im-iivk and rkmkiuai, agent. 
ItslaHiia the only pure stimulant which has 
ever been producej containing no /utnl oil or 
any other deletrrloia clem' nt. The most care- 
ful and skillful cbemiits have analysed the Bit- 



bonest adherence to its terms. The offi- 
cer or man who fails to observe them is 
an enemy to the defenseless women of 
the South, and will deserve the severest 
penalties that can disgrace a soldier. * 

3. To settl* all doubt or difficulty here- 
after, as to the moaning of the term 
"Northern States," in paragraph third. 
Major General Canby has applied to the 
War Department at Washington for full 
instructions. Until he receives an an- 
swer, Msjor General Canby agrees that 
all ollicers and men whose position may 
depend on the construction placed on said 
paragraph, shall remain together at a ly 
point ill his department they may select, 
and be there provisioned and cared for at 
public expense. 

I. In negotiating with Major General 
Canby for terms for my troops, 1 called 
his attention to the necessities of the peo- 
ple of the States and parts of States com- 
manded by m«. He will be found liberal 
and jus; — animated by an honest desire 
to do all in his power to prevent unneces- 
sary hardship and sufTeiing. My advice, 
therefore, to all, is to yield to the cir- 
cumstinces which surround them, and to 
honestly and faithfully perform those du- 
ties, as citizens, upon which they must 
depend for their future prosperity and 
liappiness. 

R. TAYLOR, 

[Otlicial.] Lieutenant General. 

W. F. Bi LLOCK, A. A. O. 



Ihij U Bo:entiflc testimony; but the tes'.tmony 
of the hundreds of thousands who hive experi- 
enced the preventive and curative effects of the 
Great Vegetable Toiilo u\d Alterntice of moderu 
times is still mora cotc'iurive. In fever and axue, 
dytprpsla, billloutnesa, nervou.^ complslnte, gen- 
eral debility, and chronic complaint:<, it is as 
nearly Infallible as anything in this fallible world 
canto. Sold everywhere. m'.:3-Uwlw 



IIow tbey Look. 

Tie Washington correspondent of the 
New York Tribune spnaking of the per- 
soni. implicated in theastassination ot the 
President, says: "lie first feeling 
whi(h the visitor experiences on entering 
tbe 1 oom is one of aiii^wment at the sus- 
picious meanness, coarsnees and vulgar- 
ity tf the prisoners. There is not one 
of tliem perhaps, excepting Mudd and 
Mrs, Sorratt, who has sufficient charac- 
ter o enter into any such a conspiracy, 
froc I any motive less base than money. 
-Not e ol the rest have apparently enough 
pen onal independence and moral purpose, 
lor bven treason to fisten energetically 
upon, and Payne is obviously one of those 
bru ;es at large who would just as readily 
have undertaken to kill Davis as Seward 
d hi had been hired for that job." 



Johnston's Surrender Forbid- 
den by Jeir. Davis. 

(Ben. Johnston surrendered his army 
in positive disobedience to the order of 
Ml. Davis, who instructed him to disband 
his infantry, spike his artillery, and form 

il h bis cavalry an escort for tbe gov- 
eri ment in its fiight. Gen. Jolinston re- 
ceived this order with undisguised indig- 
na ion. He immediately replied that be 
ha 1 three duties to consider: First of 
all that which be owed to the officers 
anl men under h's command; second, 
thiX which was due to the country, com- 
po)ed of the families of those brave men ; 
an 1 lastlv, which was now the most in- 
fer ior of them all, thit whioh he owed to 
hi^ superiors in command. In the con- 
flit t between these duties, he should dis- 
rei^ard the last, and obey tbe two first. 
Tl e surrender was in accordance with 
this determination, — Richmond Whiff. 



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1 Washington correspondent says of 
th( report of tbe Committee on the Con- 
dupt of the War : 

These volumes will amply and explic- 
itlf justify General Butler in the Fort 
Fi heraflfair. Through denunciation and 
ob oquy he has not waited for his vindi- 
c* ion in vain. Grant, Weitzel, Butler, 
Terry. Porter, have been before tlie 
C(mmittee, and their testimony shows 
th) it Butler did at least approximately 
right. Terry says it was a lair military 
question, with two sides to it, whether to 
laid and attack or not; and Gen. Weit- 
ze , a special Jriend of Gen. Grant, says 
th it il he bad gone in a storm at tbe bead 
ol tbe expedition, aa Butler did, he should 
not have attacked, if an assault had been 
leit discretionary wjth him." 

. • *m t » >- —^ 

>W^r* Bigidow, our MJDJster in Paris, 
kaisecurcd ^irhls residence n magmficcnt 
nn »p»ion buiU there year* »go b^ Matio, the 
^f^iDQURiitnger. 



The Rebel Leader, Jeff. Davis. 

Jeff. Davis was born in Kentucky, June 
3, 1808. He was tbe son of James Davis, 
a noted horse trader, of Hopkinsville. 
Kentucky. The father fell under suspi- 
cion as a horse thief, 'and was forced to 
fly from Iventucky,.'ind settled, when Jeff, 
was very young, near Vicksburg, Miss. 
He was able a few years after bis removal 
to send his son Jeff, to Kentucky to com- 

tlete bis education at the Transylvania 
'niversity, Lexington, and subsequently, 
through the inlluence of his money, se- 
cured for him an appointment to West 
Point, which young Jelf. entered at six- 
teen, forming part of tbe graduating class 
of 1828. He graduate i near the foot of 
the class and was commissioned in the 
First infantry as brevent second lieuten- 
ant, the lowest rank that could be given 
him. He was sent to Florida, and served 
very creditably with Zach. Taylor, in the 
Black Hawk war, for which he got com- 
mission as first lieutenant in the First 
dragoons. In 1S32 be offended General 
Taylor by tunning away with and mar- 
rying his daughter, and the old General 
never recognized Davis until they happen- 
ed to met on the battle field of Buena 
Vista, Mexico. In 183.5 Davis, having 
resigned his commission, settle 1 near 
Vicksburg, and entered upon the arena 
of politifrs, in which he was so far suc- 
cessful as Xo be elected to the lower house 
of Congress. 

When the Mexican war broke out 
Davis raised and commanded the First 
Regiment of Mississippi rifles. The oidy 
significant feature in his career was the 
fact thit be declined a United States 
commission as brigadier general ol vol- 
unteers on the ground that, such £tx ap 
pointment by the Federal Executive was 
a violation of State rights. 

He re-entered politiial life in 1847, 
having been appointed by the Governor 
of Mississippi to fill the vacancy in the 
United States Senate caused by the death 
of Mr. Speight. At the ensuing election, 
m 1848, he was elected to fill the t^rm 
expiring in 1851. On his return to Mis- 
sissippi he became the State rights can- 
didate for Governor, but was defeated by 
'•Little Fidget" Foote. his life-time 
enemy, who is now l\ing in Ludlow 
street jail. New York. About the same 
time he stumped tbe State for the pur- 
pose of advocating tbe repudiation of tbe 
State debt, and was subsequently honor- 
ed as the originator and prime mover of 
that great swindle. In 1853 he was called 
by Pierce to a seat in Lis Cabinet as 
Secretary of War. 

In 1856 he was re-elected United 
States Senator from Mississippi, which 
he held until his resignation, January, 
1861, on the secession of hii State. 
During the Congressional vacation of 
1800 Davis visited tbe North, and exam- 
ined into the feeling which prevailed here 
at the time. He became satisfied that a 
strong party at the North were willing to 
entrust the control of the (iovernment in 
the hands of a Southern President, and 
bein<; ambitious for that position, he 
made several speeches here announcing 
his intention to return to Mississippi and 
labor for tbe preservation ol the Union. 
On his return he found that other leaders 
bad drawn the people into the meshes of 
secession, and with the selfishness which 
has always characterized him be a'r 
once gave in his adherence to secession 
and became the leader in the rebellion. 
He was chosen Provisional President of 
of the rebel confederation ot States, 
February 4, I^M ; was inaugurated Feb- 
ruary 22, UMirTand re-elected in 1802 
for the term ot six years, for only half of 
which time be will be permitted to act. 
His administration of the affairs of the 
rebellious .States has been marked by no 
great brilliancy or judgment. 

Mrs. Jefferson Davis, tbe r'ment 
wife of the arch-traitor ^v", . "m* reen 
captured with him. is li ' 'f../..u ...:,•, the 
daughter of General ''" .ylor having died 
many years since. Mrs. J'avis' maiden 
name was Verina Ho ^rell. She is said to 
be a granddaughter ot General Howell, 
of New Jersey. !She is stdl a young 
woman, with a family, we believe of lour 
children. 



Mk. Stanton .vxu the Thieves. — 
The Washington correspondent of the 
Springfield Republican has the 'oUowing 
remarks on Mr. Stanton's method of 
dealing with thieves : 

'♦There is' one good thing that Mr. 
Stanton is doing at least. He is econ- 
omizing in the public expenditures. Say 
that he is rule — a boor; sometines reck- 
less and rash ; yet add that he is the ter- 
ror ol thieves. I know this to be true: 
All the thieves hate Mr. Statiton. I 
would not say that every man who hates 
Mr. Stanton is a thief; lor that is not 
true, bu" it is true that a very large pro- 
portion of his enemies are persons who 
have attempted to get their fingers into 
the treasury in one way or another, and 
the ugly Secretary has put bis big boots 
upon them. He is not always fair ; that 



LYON'S KA.THAIKON. 

Kathalron is from the Greek wonl "liathro," 
or "KaMialro," sigiiil'yuig to cleanse, nju^euate, 
and restore. Thts article is what Its name signl- 
Uns. >'or preserving, restoring and U-autlfying 
the humau hair it is the most n-markable prepar- 
ation In the world. It is again owned and put 
up by the original proprietor, and is now made 
with the same care, skill aud attention which 
gavcitasaleof over one million hottlc6. per an- 
num. 

It is a most Delightful Hair Dressing. 

It eradicates scurf and dandruff. 

It keeps the head cool and cli'an. 

It maki'9 the hair rich, soft and glossy. 

It prevents the hairtrom falhng off and turning 

gray. 

It restores hair upon bald heads. • 

Any lady or genileman who values a t>flautlful 
head of hair should use Lyon's Katliairon. It is 
kn»»wn and u!>ed throughout the civilized world. 
Sold by all respectable di>3l»r«. 

1>EMAS H. BAKNES A CO., New Nark. 



Uexloan Mustang Liniment. 

The parties in St. 1 ouiti and Ciuoinnati, who 
have been counterfeiting the Mustang Liniment 
under pretense of proprietorsliip, have been 
thoroughlv estopped by the Court.^. To guard 
against further imposition, I have procured from 
tie U. S. Treasury a private steel plate revenue 
g.kDP, which is pUced over the top of each hot- 
lit Kach stamp bears the fic simtlr of my sig- 
a>.N.i- » .and witnout which the artcle is a coun- 
ter 'ft, ivngerous and worth'ess Imitation. l!^x- 
atniiHi fc >> t bottle. This Liniment lias been in 
use and i : i «^tt; in favor for many years. There 
hardly <*£ i is shamleton the habitable (tlobe 
that does ■■ >t ointain evidence of its wondertu 
effects. It I t*»«' hett emolient in tro world. 
With Irs pro».i itr-inniroved ingredients, its e.-Tect 
upon man and N • i are perlectly remarkable. 
Sores are healed, pitint relieved, lives saved, val- 
uable animals made useful, and uutoid Ills as- 
suaged tor cuts, bmisttri, sprains, rheumatism, 
swellings, bites, cuts, caked breasn, strained 
horses, Ac. it is a sovereign remedv that should 
n-ver be dispensed with. It should be In every 



AKD 

Mr.s. J. B. LY»0 

Begs to Iniorm her irleuds and the public gen- 
erally tliat she is now receiving tlie latest 

r>Esio3srs and pa.x'X"krn8, 

and I s no w ready to supply the very late^ ii tyles ol 
HPJnilflO Alt » ttVAIinCR OOOUM, 

at the very lowest prices, consisting of , , 
SILK.CUAPES, BELTING, 

LACKS, CHENILLES Hair fc Straw BONNETS 
BONNKf RIBBONS, SllkftCrape " 
TKI.MMING " HEAD DRRSSESi ' 

VELVEI' " HAIRNETS, * ' 

tiUILLKD " VAILS, 

Hoonot A hat FaAMES.Bonnct ORNAUBNTS, 
SAKB, CLOAKS, 

FKAIilRRS, rtANTILLAS, 

KUKNCH FLOWERS. fcllAWLS, 
AMKaiCAN " CAP TBIMMINOP, Ac. 

N. li. — Mrs Lygo, having a largo assortment ol 
Goods, i« now ready to supply 

WHOLESALE DEALERS 

as low as Chicago prices, saving time and expen- 
ses to customers, and receiving goods dally, of 
the very latest styles. ■ ••»• ' 

FlutinK! irivitingT'"'.'^'' 
Tbe best quality and Inwest prices. ■ sprSS-tf 
St. I'aul, April H, 18C6. 

TWCI LL.I_^E IT Y^. 

Be It known to every huly In the Stale that we 
have a stock of Mil inery such as cannot be iound 
in any olh<!r house in the City. We Uiink we 
can afford a little to every family In Minnesota, 
and at prices that must please the buy-^rs, having 

Purchased Before the Late Advance. 

We have a choice stock of 

I>ItY OOODS 

Just opened. 

Our Cloak Department 

is well supplied with iho Ut(ist designs. 

Dress and Clonic l^riiTimingsf, 

very new ; 

HEAD-DRESSES AND HEAD ORNAMENTS, 

the newest, with all those Fixings and hancyAr- 
t'cles kept in a first class Millinery and I .ilie.s' 
FUKNIalliNG STOKE. We will not fur 
dier enumerate. Give us a call, or send -your or- 
dfr-i. Our new stock is in Cathohp lilock, second 
block bi'low the bridge. Our (ierman customers 
will bu glad to hear that wc have obtained the 
services of Miss /immcrmann, who will be happy 
to wait on them in the fuiure. 

Mrs. J. J. I>OGAN. 
St. Paul, May 10, 1805. 



US 7 at) LOAN 



$230,000,000. 



Ifyg 6tt»(^ 



NEW GOODS! 



family. 



Sold by all Druggists. 
D. S. BAKNEb A CO., New York. 



IS the worst of it ; and occasionally 
abuses an honest man." 

» « • « • 

Dentil of Admiral Fitzrvy, K. N. 

Ilobert Fitzroy, Admiral in the Royal 
Navy, and Chief of tha meteorological 
division of the Board of Trade, commit- 
ted suicide by cutting his throat with a 
razor at Lyndhurst House, Norwood, 
Surry, England, on thv: 30lh ult. He 
arose as usual in the morning, and about 
nine o'clock went to his room for the pur- 
pose, as we supposed, of preparing for 
church. He was absent longer than 
usual, and upon entering his apartments 
some of the household found him with 
his throat cut and a rarer lying by his 
side. He had been for a few days in a 
depressed state of mind, but his friends 
atributed the cause to severe study. 



• » ♦ ■ • 



— The following "sensational" para^ 
graph is running the round of tbe Ger- 
man press : 

A cattle dealer of Prussian Silesia, was 
murdered and robbed some twelve years 
since, and no trace of the murderer could be 
found. A year later the murdered man'< 
daughter married a master butcher, with 
whom she has lived ever since. A few days 
back, while preparing; to remove to another 
house, the woman found among her husband's 
effects, a small purse embroidered with silver, 
which she, herself, had made for her father, 
and which had disappeared after the murder. 
A horrible suspicion to<jk possession of her 
mind, and having taxed her husband with 
the crime, he made a full confession, and has 
consequently been arrested and committed 
for trial. 



HA-GAIT'S TttAGNOLIA BALM. 

This is the most delightful and extraordinary 
article ever discovered. It changes the sun-burnt 
face and hands to a pearly satin texture of rav- 
ishing "beauty, iiipartlrg the marble purity ol 
youth, and the distingiir apt.earaace so Inviting 
in the city beUe of fashion. I; removes tan, 
freckles, pimples and rougtiness from Uie skin, 
leaving the lomplexlon tresh, transparent and 
Bmooib. It contains no material injurious to the 
kkin. Patronized bv Actresses and Opera Slnjc- 
ers. It is what every lady should have, bold 
everywhere. Prepared by 

W. K. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y. 

Address all orders to 

DKMAS S. BARNES fc CO., New York. 

spp'j:i-dfcwe ow-1y-wes'y ^___ 

Th« Grbat Engush Remedy. — Sir 
J4M-S1..1 abkksCet.kbkaikd Femalk Pills. 

PrepnrC't /ram a prescription of !<ir J. Clarke, 
it. l> ■ I'hy'ician Rxtrnnrilinary tnthe QMerii. 

Thi.-< Invaluable ra -dlcine U unfailing in tho 
cure of ail tliose painiul and dangerous diseases 
to which the lemaie constitution is subject. It 
moderates a'l excess and removes all obstrno- 
tions, and a speedy cure may bi- r>»lis»d on. 

fo Marrl'd Ladies it is peculiarly suited. It 
will. In a short time, bring on the monthly period 
with regularity. 

Eacii bott.e, price One Dollar, b'^ars the Gov- 
ernment stamp ol Great Britain, to preventcoun- 
terfcits. 

CAUTION.— 771e»< Pilltshoul/i not ty taken by 
Females during the FIRSt TniiF.K M<^STns 
of I'rrgnancy, ns they nrr. sure to bring on Mis- 
oarriage, tntt at ang nther time they are Ba/e. 

In al cases of Nervous and Spiral Aff>>otion8, 
Pains In the back and Limbs, tatituo on slight 
exertion, Palpit»tlon oCthe Heart, Hysterics and 
Whites, these Pills will effect a cure w:ien all 
other means have failed ; aud although a power- 
ful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimo- 
ny, or anyihing hurtful to tlie constitution. 

v'uU directions in the pamphlet around each 
package, which -hould be carefully preserved. 

Sold by all DrugKists. Sole Agi'nt for the 
United aUtee ana Canada, J<>B M06KS, 
2r Cortlanrtt street N. Y. 

N. B. — $1 and A stamps encloned to any author- 
ized agent, will Insure a bottle, containing filty 
Pills, oy return mail. 

oo2-dtocl ,'65-wtoovIC,'65-8 wf 



CA.T7T10I>r FKOM THE 

AMERICAN WATCH CO. 



"THERE IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL." 

Xarrant'H Comiioiincl £}xtract 

CXJBEBS Sc COPA.|[BA, 

lea sure certain andspc?dy cnrefort4l«)isea«os 
of the Bladder, Kidneys and Uriuary Organs, 
either in male or female, freiiuentiy porfoTining 
a pefect cure In the ebnrt space or three or four 
diys,and always in lees time than -any oMier 
pr-"! aratioii. Inthn U'ie ot Tarrant's Compound 
Kxtraor of Cubeb's and t^oralba there is no need 
of comfinem^nt or charge of diet. In its ap- 
proved form of a paste, it is entirely tisteless, 
and causes no unpleasant sensation to the pa- 
tient, aud no fxposure. \X\* acknowledged by 
the most learnpu In the profession that in the 
abi)ve c'lassof di^ca^es, Cubbs and Copaiba are 
the only two remedies known that can be relied 
u|>oii with any certainty of success. 

larrani's Compound Extract of Cubebs and Co- 
paiba NEVER KAILS I 

Blanufao'.ured only by 

TARRA^rr 4k CO., 

278Gieenwich at., New York. 

49" Sold by Ciuggists all over the World. 
myl7-ly 

The Largest i'ollar Manufactory 

l.\ THE NORTHWEST. 

Bigelow's Satin - Enameled 

BYI*01V Cf LLAItS. 

Anew article of iaventiuu. Ihis collar exceeds 
all Oilier paper collars for comfort, n«>atness and 
economy. Also a large assortment of 

Satiii-Eiiamclcd t>arrotos, Tanen Pa- 
per ByrouM, and Lineu Paper 
Garrotei>. 

Ijidles 8atin-i'..naraeled Collars and Cuffs; a 
new aud convenient article. The tr<kdo suppUcd 
at the lowest market price'. . 

BIGELOW A CO., 
Manufacturers, 
mnyr-'?m 11 LaSalie street, Chicago. 

VyESTCHESTER HOUSE, 

Cornwr Broome-St.and Bo-wery, 

NEW YORK. 
Unthe Earopeao plan. Acoommodatl^Dsfortwo 



By authority of the SecreUry of the Treasury, 
the undersigned, the General Subscription Agent 
for the sale of United States Securities, offers to 
the public tte third leries of Treasury Notes, 
bearing seven iild thr "e-tenths per cent. Interest 
per annum, known as tbe 

•r.30 LOA.1V. 

' Tliese notes are Use ed under date of July 15, 
18C5, and are payable three years Ircm t^at date 
in currency, or are cc avertible at the option of 
the holder Into 

tJ. S. 5-aC» Biz per cent. 
OOLD-BBAlLZSra BONDS, 

These Bonds are n>w worth a handsome pre- 
minm, and are exempt, as arc all the Govern 
m'~nt Bonds, yVom Utile, County, and Municipal 
taj(ation, ubirh adia from one to three per cent, 
pet oHHum to their xalue, according to the rate 
levied upon other pri perty. 1 he interest is pay- 
able scmiajinually b/'eoupons attached to each 
note, which may be cut off and sold to any bank 
or banker. 

The Interest at 7.30 per cent, 
amounts to 

One cent p«r di»7 on » 9&0 ■•»«. 
Two cent*" •' '• $100 " 

t^ii ^ ■' " " $&00 " 
to " rf: •* 411,000 ^ .♦» 

$1 " *' ♦♦ ♦4,0«f»,t'.Y,,j; 

Notc3 of all the deaomtaations tamed will be 
promptly furnished upon receipt of subscriptions. 
The Notes of this Third Series are preclely 
similar in form and [ rivileges to (ho Seven-Thir- 
ti OS aires d/ sold, eioept that the Government 
reeerves to it^c f the option of pa} log interest <n 
gold coin at pi>r c nt., instead cf 7 3-I0th8in 
cur.eccy. Sub- crib* rs will deduct the interest 
in currency up to Julyl5tb,at the tirte wh)>n 
they subsctibe. 

The delivery of thu notes of this third series of 
the Seven-thirties \« 11 commence onthelst of 
June, and will be made promptly aud continu- 
ously after that date. 

The slight changi made in th"; conditions of 
this THIKU SERIkS affects only the matter of 
interest. The payment In gold, if made, will be 
equivalent to the cu -rency interest of the higher 
rata. 

Tbe return to spei le payments, in the event of 
which only will the option t J pay intercrt in Gold 
b» availed of, would eo reduce and equalire prices 
that pu'-ohaies made with six per cent, in gold 
would be fu'lye<iual to those mtde with seven 
snd three-tenlhs pe • cent, in currency. This is 

THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET 

Now offered by tbe Government, and its superior 
advantages make I', the 

Great Popular Loan of the People. 

Less than 1230 00},0C0 of the Loan authorized 
by Congress are uo^^ on the market. Thisamount, 
at the rate at whicl: it is being absorbed, will be 
subscribed for within sixty days, when the notes 
will undoubtedly (ommand a tremium, as has 
uniformly been the case on closiag the lubscrlp- 
tions to other Loans. 

In order that cilir.ens of every town and section 
of the country may he afforded facilities for tak- 
ing the Loan, the Sational Banks, State Banks, 
and Private Bankers throughout the conntry 
have g?nerally agri'ed to receive •ubsctiptions at 
par. Subscribers ifIII select their own agents, 
in whom they have confldence, and who only arc 
to be responsible for the d.'liveryol the notes for 
which they receive orders. 

JAY OOOKE. 

Subscription Agent, Philadelphia. 
May 15, 1865. 



D. W. Ingersoll & Co. 



Are reoelving by express from the lata 



PANIC AUCTION SALES 



INIETEW YORK. 



spi^EiVDxi) etmruEm 



OF 



IVETT Ty^J^AJlTSJalS ! 



AND 



UDIES' DRESS GOODS, 



OlA. L I C O K S . 



k 



x^ 



f"^ 



A!ND 



HOOP SKIRTS 1 



which, togethei^wlth an 



EXXESN8IVE STOCK 

OF 

DRY [GOODS, 

THEY^WILL SKLL AT THE 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

Those who want Dry Goods should be sure and 
call at 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO.'S 



I 



i* 



! 



t 



septl-ly 



ST. PAUL, MINN, 



|A«1.1V 



hundred guests, 

V. DAUKOW. 



Prnnrlnto?. 



HECOTVO 

National Bank of St. PanL 



This B«nk is now fully organized with a paid 
up capital of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, 
and IS open forthe tran«ac!ionof ageneral Hank- 
ing and E-xchaoge busiuet-s. Coll- ctions upon 
all sccessible iioiuts in the Northwest will be 
made and remitted for ou day of pavment at cur- 
rent rates of exchange. Uighesf Market Kates 
piid i}T Gold, ^ilve^, and Foreign Exchange, 
ihis Bank is au agoat for sutscriptiuns to the 
popular Lnited Mates 7 ."io Loen, and these notes 
will at all tim>'S be kept on hand for sa'.c in sums 
of from Fifty Dollars upwards. 

E. S. EDGEUTON, FreaidenU 
JOHN KIC0L8, Vloe President, 

D. A. MONFORT, Cashier. 



Subscriptions will bk bbckiteo by the 
First National B ink of .St. Paul. 
Second National Bank of St. Paul. 
First National B ink ot Winona. 
First National B ink of Hastiugrf. 
First National B«nk of SlinnoapolU. 
National Excharge Bank of Minneapolis. 
First National Hank of New Ulm. 
First National U:aik of Rochester. 
mayi'Ml-agiC. 

The Nintli National Bank 

OF THE ( ITYOF NEW YORK. 
CAPITA!., #1,4100,000 PAID IH. 

FISCAL AGENl OF THE UNITED STATES, 

And Special At k:»t kob Jay Cooke, Evb- 

scFiPTios Agent, 

W^llld«llvwrV-30 IVotvB fraxt of rliarir* 

bvexp'os-, iu allpirtsof ihc country, and re. 
ceive in pavment checks on New Yo'k. Phila- 
delphia aud Boston, current bills, and all flv ' per 
cent. Interest not 's, with interest todtte of sub- 
scription. Order > sent by mail will be promptly 
tilled. This Ban* receives the accounts ot Banks 
and Bankers on fjverable terms; also of individ- 
uals kneijinK New York accounts. 
J. T. BILL Cashier. J. U. ORVIS. Prcs't. 



NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES! 
OA.THCATIT &CO. 

Are receiving by Express 

Large Additions to their Stock, 

consisting of all the novelties la 

Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods. 



I 



Yorsrcs nisar Axn i(ia(»esi» 
Laughing (Jirls and Spinsters — I have t ome- 
tiling that will please you all. Enclose a. ttimped 
»nv«>iope with yoir namn written thereon, bend 
and }ou vriil not be sorry. Address 
mll-:iwdAw2t MISS ANNA, Detroit, Mich 



DIRECTORS: 

JOHN NICOL"*, I n. DAY, 

'J. II. SThWART, N. B. HARWOOD, 

B.PRESLEY, I J. B. BRADfN, 

0. H. SCUCRMEIER, j JOsEPU DAILEY, 
P. BERKEV, I »'. R. SMITH, 

1. C. UEORGE, I ISA *U STAPLES, 

E, 8. EDGERTON. 

St. Paul, April ICth, 18G5. 

apr9-1y 

Pioneer Foxxndry 

machine'^ works 

OF* MlNNJCeOTA,. 



E. 



V, PAli.«JBlK, 



Attorney and Counselor at Law. 
neyward's Block, Third street, 



Office In 
feha-ly 



giegal §tftkt$. 



-■♦«♦»» 



Dick Taylor's Order of Sur- 
render. 

general order no. 63. 

IIradqdarters Department ok Ala- 
bama, Mlt^SI.SMPPI A>'I> EASr LOUI.SIANA, 

Makidian, May 6, 1863.-1. The sur- 
render ot I^ee's army, on the 9th of April, 
and of General Johaston on the 2Ctb, in- 
cluded all confederate forcea east of tbe 
Miisiseippi, excepting tbe stnall army 
under my command, and virtually ended 
tbe w«r, 00 far at any proniisofuUiwati) 



MOIftTCiAOBI»AI.K.— Whereas, d««fault 
has bpi>n made in the conditions nfacertain 
mortgagi', made and dl•l•ver^'d tiy David M. Bar- 
bour aiiU Kiizaboih Barbour, his wife, of tlie city 
of Pittfiburg, in the State of Pennsylvania, to J. 
W. Sflby, of the city of haint Psul, in the state 
of Minnesota, to secure the payment of twenty- 
two hundrud und tlfty dollars ($'j'.;.'')i>,) and inter- 
est tlierpon, accordlnu to the conditions of nine 
promissory notes, each bearing even date with 
said mortgage, and rabble respectively as fel- 
lows : One in six raoctnl, one in twelve, one in 
eighteen, 0D« in twenty-four, one in thirty, one 
in tliiriy-six, one in turt< -two, one in forty-eifrht 
and one in nfly-fuur months iroM date, with In- 
terest thereon at ilie rate of 7 per cent per an- 
num, payable semi-annually, which said mort- 
gage Is dited the tirst day of April 1»(H, and 
was duly recorded in the onlce of the Register of 
Deeds for the County of Ramsey, in the said 
State oi' Minnesota, on the 22d dav of May. IsCI, 
at 4 o'clock V. M., in Book "R" of Mortgages, on 
pages &Sl, 562 aud SKI, and the amount now 
da' iced to be due on said nctes and mortgage 
and Is due according to the t>>rin8 thereof (the 
first of the above mentioned notes having been 
paid), beinit two thousand one Hundred and six- 
ly two dollars and forty six cents (♦'.i.Kl-..' -it;) aud 
no proceedings at law having l>een instituted to 
collect sal.: mortgage debt or any jiart thereof: 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, Uiat by 
virtue of a power oi .-ale contained in said mort- 
gage, and pur«uant to the statute in such ca^e 
provide i, the mortgaged premises descrit.ed In 
and ronvo} ed by said mortgage, lying and being 
iu the county of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, 
and described us foUuM's, viz: Lots twenty-live, 
twenty six, twenty-seven and twenly-elgnt in 
Uloca one of Koru's addition tu St. I'aul ac.ord- 
ing to the recorded plat thereof on file In the of- 
flce ot the feulster of Ut-eds aforeraid, will bu 
sold at pulilic s le at the front door ol the Court 
House in the said city ol Saint Paul, on Thursday, 
the Ittth day of May, a. ». 18(15, at ten o'clock in 
the forenoon, for cash, to pay the amount now 
due on baiil notes and mortgage, with interest, 
co-ts and iliargey, and also to satisfy a lieu 
claimed for taxes paid on »aid lots, March lOlh, 
ItitU. by the said nu rlgagec. to wit: $1:^.75 fur 
ci.e year it^t, and $rj 5<J lor the year 1H<>4, and 
which were legally assessed therfon forthone 
years ceepectively, and the Interest on the same, 
amounting in the aggregate to the son of $36,47 
at the date thereof, 
baitil Paul, AprU 1st, 1865. 

J. W. SKLBY. Mortgagee, 
Edw>£ Wg8», Attoraev for Mortcacee, 
wej^-apS.?* 



It having came to our knowledge that imita- 
tions of the American Watch have been put upon 
the market in great number, calculated by their 
utter worthlessness to injure the retuutionof 
our genuine products, to protect our own iotor- 
esls and the public from impasition, we again 
publish «ur trade marks by which our Watclies 
may invariably beknowa. 
We manufacture four styles of Watches. 
The first Uta the name. 

"AMERICAN WATCH CO.,Wallliam,Ma8s.," 
engraved on the Inside plate. 
The Btcond has the name 

"APPLETON, TRACY A CO., Waltham, 
Mass," engraved on the insldo.plate. 
The third has the name 

"P. S. BARTLETT, Waltham, Mass.," en- 
graved on the inside plate. 

Alt the above styles have the name American 
Watch Co. paintedon the dial, and are warranted 
In every respect. 
The fourth has the named 
•• WM. ELLERY, Bostoa, Mass.," engraved on 
the inside plate, and is not named on the dial, 

All the above described watches are made «f 
various 81268, and are sold in gold or silver cases, 
as tnay be requlre<l, 

It is hardly possible for us to accurately de- 
scribe the numerous imitations to which we have 
alluded. Th'>v are usually in cribed with names 
so nearly approaching our own a i to escape the 
observation of the unaccustomed buyer. Some 
are represented a) made by tbe "Union Watch 
Co. of Boston, Mass." — no such company exist- 
ing. Some are named the "Soldier's Watch," to 
be sold ae our iourtb, or Wm. Ellery style, usu- 
ally known as the "Soldifr's Watch." Others 
are named the "Appleton Watch Co.;" others 
the "P. S. BartLEY," instead of onr "P. S. Bart- 
lett;" besides many varieties named In such a 
manner as to convey the idea that they are the 
veritable production) of tbe American Waich 
Company. 

We also caution the public, and particularly 
soldiers, against buying certain articles c.\i.lk > 
watches, so freely advertised in illustrated pa- 



CHANOE OF SAISE I 

SInc3 the destruction by Are of the Pioneer 
Foundry in St. Paul, in July last, we have erect- 
ed a shop at Minni^apulis, in order to avail our- 
stlves of the facilities of water p 'wer In our bus- 
inoFS. We expect to get in operation abcu» the 
15th of April, when we shall be prepared to do 
any klntl of mill machinery or otiier castings 
that miy be called for. Being practical iron and 
bra -IS founders and machinists of 26 yrars expeii- 
ence (12 ye^rs In this otate), we think we can 
Rive cur p<trons goo.i fatisfaction, both in qual- 
ity and price of work in our line. We shall he 
able to lurnish Ordinary Castings, C cents rer lb. 
Bri-ss fastings, 75 cents per lb. Babbit Metal, 
50 to 75 cents per lb. Lathe work and finishing, 
from fS to |i(i per day. Patfe-n Makintf, $4 per 
day. Having an experienced Pattern Maker, we 
can malc<» any pattern that may be wanted. Upon 
the opt nlng of navigation we intend to cast every 
day, Sundays excepted, so that we shall be able 
to furnish castings without the ui'ual delay. Old 
Iron, brass, copper, lead, ac. wanted. 

OILMAN & CO., Pioneer Foandrv. 
Adjoining Perkins A Crocket's Grist Mill. 

Minneapolis, April 10, 18C5. aplldAw-ly 



1865. SSEEDS. 1865 
SeecLs ! ti^eeds ! 

GARDEN, GRASS AND FLOWER SEEDS I 

DAir & JENKS, 

DRXJG-OISTS, SA-INX PAUr., 

DRALEBS IN 

GBASS SEEDS-TiDiothy, Clover, Red Top 
Hungarian, ;Muo Grass, Orchard and Lawn 
Grass. 

GARDEN SEEI'S— By the Pound, Box, or Pa- 
per, In great .atiety. 

FLOWER SEEDS— The largest and best assort 
ment in this itate. 

R.^TA BAG A a id TURNIP SEED, Wholesale 
aud Retail. apftdAw.tm 

WA W'rKI»--Agent8 in every county, to In- 
troduce tiie following new and popular 
works: " 1 he HI e of Washington," ".sacred B» 
ojrrapliyandHi-lorv," "Christian Home," fnd 
"Museum of Wonderful Adventures and Ex- 
ploits." Agents are making tphdid reports 
frrm twenty to t lirty orders per day. 
For terms call in or address, with etarop, 

O. B. GlbB"^, 
m Clarl: st., Chicago, IU P.O. Box .108. 
ma 10 3m 



Having made our purchases ander the mo«t 
fiivorable circumstances, we arc enabled to ofl°er 
a line of goods which will be attractive to all who 
seek tor the New, tbe Beautiful and tha Good, 

Tendering our thanks for the liberal patronage 
bestowed upon us in the past, we would respect- 
fully BoMclt a continuance of the same— with the 
assurance that it shall be our aim to make all 
business transactions both pleasant and profiu- 
hle to the buyer. 

Remember the "Old House," 

IMo l»sd rrhtrd Nt. 

St. PanI, April 6, 1806. apl-ly 



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BTYI.KS OT 



NBW ]»IU«1C noMMItk'^RATlVR OF 
THE DEATH of PRftSIDfcNT LINCOLN. 
A NATION WEEPS J.W.Turner. 30 

"Mournful ! O, tearful, Columbia to-day I 
Sorrow .^ni sadness objcuriug the w<< y." 

"LITTLE TAD Turner. 30 

As Mr. Lincjn lay dying his wife Irapleredhim 
to speak «o her butlindlnghim nnabl* to di so 
she franlirally exclaimed, 'Where's Tad < Brioir 
little Ta-i! He alwayi loved Tad; he will speak 
to him." 

NkarkkmyGohtoThrk. Song and Quar- 
tet As Mung on the oo<a8lon of scr -ices com- 
memorative of the death ol President Lincoln. 30 

In Memdui am. 1q honar of Preslitent Lincoln 
—a Funeral March Dr. F. Hassn. .30 

KKgui'M MAKCli W.O. Fisk. 40 

Kti'XKKAt. Maik-h, performed at the funeral 
of Pr"si(lent Linoln. Donizetti. With an ele- 
gant Vignette. 40. Plain. 30. 

I heak||vu sent post paid, to anx.0dre88 on re- 
ceipt of Tne pi Ice. 



F-AIVOLY <3-ROCKRY STORK 

WE have Just oened In Messrs. HofTtaian a 

Halford'8 0ldsta»d,on the comer ol Seventh 

and Olive Streets, an entire Nbw Stock o( 

f AStALY AMOCKRIKS. 

We will keep < n hand a Aill assortment of th» 
very best goods to be found. We solicit the 
trade of the old t rm and the public generally. 

We also keep on hand a full stock of Prodaoe, 
which we will sell at the lowest market price. 

LINCK A BRO. 
Bov so 0mo. 



SPRING DRESS GOODS. 

PRINTS, 

CHAI^LIES, 

9VBT RKCKMVED BY EXPBCa»« 

AHD WILL BE 

Sold at Panic Prices, at 
U. C BXJRT'S, 
I4e Tklrd •<■«••. ••. Paal. 






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OLIVER DITSON A CO.. 
Boston, 



DYSPEPSIA AND PITS ! 

YATM — A Nnre Ciir« for tiieso distressing 
— complaints is now made known in a 

I'lVA-^Treatise on Foreign and Native Herbal 
— pre|)arations, published by Doctor O. 

J-MTi*— PHLi.I'S UilOWN. Tim prescription 
— wa^ furni.thed tlm in such a jirovideu- 

VITH— tial manner that he cannot conscien 



.. . _ twT . u „ i<r>«5- > n'o..i.. » — tlouely refuse to makeU known, as it 

p^rsa8"Army Watches," "Officers' 5^He|»e8,»^jpj.,,^_^„ ^J^^.j everybody who lias used it. 



'Magic TIxe Observers," "Arcana Watches,' 
Ac, the prices ol which are stated to be from 
seven to sixteen dollars. A good watch, in these 
times, cauDot be alfordcd for any such money, 

A little attention on the part of buyers will pro- 
tect them from gross impositioa. 

BOBBINS & APPLETON, 

AGENTS FORTHE AMERICAN WATCH CO., 
182 Broadway, New York 

m.3-dAwlm 



HOaACK U. BIOKLOW URKKNLKAPCLABK. 

Biflrelo^vr ^ Olajrlc, 

ATTORNEYS A C00HSELLOR8 AT LAW, 

Offloe in Bernheim^r Block, Third ftrMt, 
ftpi'AB St. raolt KUoB, 



—never having failed Id a slugle case It 
jeiVH — is equally sure in cases of Fits as of 

— U)8pfp3ia,, and the ingredients may b<' 
f ATI*!— nbtatnod from any Druggist. lleBt 

— rrvw to all on receipt of nvo cents to 
CATS — pre-pav postage, ko. Address Dr. •». 

— PlIKLPS BROWN, No. l'.» Grand St., 
■•a'r»-Jer»ey City, N.J. niyllMintA2tw 



(I»-| Of? A mOXXH — AOKNT8 WAXTKI) 

JPX^I*' everywhere to introduce the Improved 
Shawlf Clark |20 Family Srwinf Madhtnr, tlie 
only to w pric-i machins in tho country whi h is 
licented -y (Jrover « Baker, Wheefcr A Wilson, 
Howe, Singer & Co., and Baalulder .4/^ other 
machine-* now soli tor le»i t han: forty do lars 
each an iu/rinffeme>Uii,tiH'l\h<* st^U t and aser 
»r'lial>le to fine and ivnirUanmeui.- SaUry and 
'expenses, or Urge ebmihI(sloB,«nowed •IHii. 
(rated oiro>lar« sent free. Address 8BAW tt 
CLARK, Blddeford, Malo«, naSl'dwtno 



GROCERIES & I»RO^aSIO^^■8 

HavefiUenuntirit wouldjfeem that they have 
reached the bottom. We w II continue to tell at 
the lowest figures until they make another start 
lower down. V\ e have ou hand a nice stock ol 
COFFES. TEAS, SUGARS, 

Canned Fruits, Dried EruiU, Uolden hyrus. 
Oysters, Pickles, f ugar H. Syrup, 

(arbonOil, Eggs, Butter, 

Cliee-e, Ai'pies, Obtons, 

J'otat-iHS, Turnips, Hour, 

Corn Meal, Bukw. flour, Tubs,- 
Baskets, Brooms, Pails, &c., Ac. 

Rememl)er the place— on .Tackson street, oppo- 
site the Big Clo 'k, whera Wimbish kept. 

* DUGAN RUNSETIE &C0. 



St. Paul, April 25, 1S65. 



marl7-yl 



YVTOO», Kf AY A!VD I.XMB. 

C. A. PRE SCOTT. 

[Successor t> PENNY A MEAGHAM,] 
. Whole ale and Retail Dealer in 

Wood, Hay & Lime. 

Wood sawed, split and delivered in any qoanll 
tity . Orders so liclted and j romptly attended to. 

Office and Ya'i d, corner Fourth and St. Peter 
streets. 
aprI6-.lm 



C. A. rSESCOTT. 



r AIBBANK*S 

BTANDAHJD 

SOALiEIS 

orALi uiiBa« 
Alio, WarehonaeTr«olu,L«ttn 
Presses, Ao.,ko, 
l'AIBBA:tKS.GaKB»LKAI'»0O., 
irtLakeSttvUiOhiMe. ror*al«iaBt.Faii 
»T '• C. * H. BarbuS * Co. 
8f earalkl to My oaly tka c«Btla«i cU 




J. L. FOREPACGH & CO., 

Thompson's Block, 3d Street, 

Saint Paul, Minnesota. 

THE ONLY EXCLUSIVELY 

mmuii m\ ooods HiSE 

In Minnesota. 

WE ARE JCSr RECEIVING OUB 

NEW SPKINO STOCK* 

and would can the attention of buyers to the fsot 
that having made our purchases at the time cf Iha 

X^ate Oreat Doollne 

and principally fVom the large 

Auction Sales at New York, 

we can olfcr our customers BETTER BARGAINS 
than they can get in any market west 
of New York. 
Our assortment of goods is very extensive, and 
comprises all varieties ia 

I> R. "^ O O O I> S 

AXD 

Yankee Motional. 

Wereepcc.lully boliclt an eiuunlnation of onr 
oods and price.. j. i,. ,oREPADQH. 

JM.AUERBACH. 
St. Paul April 22, 1(*65. *P23 ly 



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One Good gTcoond-Hand 

V Octave R*««w«*4 

I> I -A. IST O 

WITH IRON FBAME, VOS SALE CBKAF 
At »rC7I4^GS-ER SRO.*S. 

Q-oocl 5-Octave Melodeoa 

BXOONO'BANr, FOB 84LB CHEAP, 
At Muncer Bro**«i 

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IHiisiaUiu&tmti^ 



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aad first olssa stock of new 



PROmALS FOR HAY. 



BOOTS&SHOES 



Whloh we are selling at 



It K t> U C E r> P»»ICES 



By the eve or doiea. Vsrehants are arged to 
call and recelre the adrantaxM of a 



WHOLESALE HOUSE. 



mch23-lr 



TEAI TEA! TEAl 

IX THE 

ST. PAUL TEA STORE 

se|>MI; S34k Third it*r«*« , 

NUT ICE. ~ 

TO THE STOCEUOLDERS OF THE 

1st Div. St. Paul dt Paciffic R. R. Co. 

Tho anaual meetln;; of the Stockholders of the 
l$t L>iv. St. I'dul acil Kac'tlc Railroad Comiiany 
will b«ht>Idoa thf secoad Tuetday in Judc, bviiiic 
on tht' nil) pr IX , from U o'c'.ock a. m. to .' r. m., 
at the office of the Compa-y, In the City of M. 
I^^a'.fjr the purpose of electing; Director* for 
the eo»uinf( rear. 

I>at«dSt. Paul, May l.lth, lS*i5 

SAML. S. BUEED, 
]nl2-lm Saeretary.'i' 

LBKACM * CO 
• SLinulactnrers of snperior 

80AI» A.^I> CAIVrJLES, 

Ea^le street, near Upper L«vee. 
HIGHEST iCAIiBET PEICE PAIC FOB 

Liarcl, T'a.llo'vr nncl OreaNe 

I. »K«rH Ilanl-lvdiW *. W. PKARSOIf. 



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— AMI) — 



Greneral Conunission .A.scentB. 
09ce : Third Street, Bridge Block. 



OBAB.T, WHITNKT, 

Notary Public. 



ISAAC A. BAIfKKU, 

Sarvevorft EnKineer 



MINNESOTA 

HEALTH INSTITUTION, 

At St. Anthony Falls Minn. 

This iiplendidly located honse, late the Cheever 
HoQ'e, {» now open by th« Mtonerota Health 
Ad-iociatlon for the reception of guests and in- 
valid:*. 

Z. P. GLASS, M. v., 

Mi<>s M. AUGUSTA FAIKCHILD. H. D., 

J'hjisicians. 
B. W. PLUMMER. of Maine, President. 
K. M. 8. PEASE, Secretary and Superintend t. 
feb24-3m 



JULIUS BAUER & CO. 




■WiVREROOlVLS, 



90 



89 



South Clark and 
Washington- St. , 

CK1CAC»0, U.I.f9IOK» 

Maiiufaotarers and Importers of 

]M[uj^ica,l Instr'nxnents 

STRINGS, VIOLINS, 

DRUMS, ACCORDEONS, 

CLARINETS, GUITARS, 
Bi*2iss InstmunentSy 

AND OTHER MUSICAL .MERCHANDISE. 

4^ Having connection witit Manufacturing 
Houses in Berlin, Leipsle, Dresden, England and 
Parid. we are prepared to furnish DEALERS, 
BANDS and INDIVIDUALS, with every article 
n this line, at the lowest makcfactubkks 
prices, 

WHOLESALE AGENTS FOB 

PIANO FOHTES 

OK THK roLLOW»:«0 MA5UrACTVKKR8, 
W^». K3I4BE A CO.. BaAtimorc, 
BOARItnASI A CiRAY. Albaany, 
A. U. CiALE dc CO.. .lifw York, 

NOCB1.ER dc H.W^TU, " 

ALSO, AOK2ITS FOB 

PRES^CE^^S MELODEONS 
Organs and Harmoniums, 

DKALKR9 IS 

Piano Stools, Spreads, &c. 

We have the LARGEST and BEST ASSORT- 
ED sT')CK of PIANOS IN THE CITY, whieb 
for Pow>'r and Sweetncsti c f Tone, Ea-y and 
Agreeable Tuueb, and Beauty of Kiniah, have, b) 
judg"!!, Xmen pronouncr^ unriraUeH. 

As to the relative mnriti) of oar PIANO.S, we 
would ref»-r to the Certillcat(-g of Excellencf , ir 
our po«:*<-.-i<ion, from Th.^i iikko, Uottsiii.vlk, 

STK^KoaCH, G. SATT^R. H. VlKfXIKMrs. 

Ixjuis .STai'b and E. Mi'zio, Musical Director o! 
the Italian Opera, art al:<o from t<omt> of the n ost 
di tia?ui:?l,iM Profe^i^ors aiid Aniateurn iu tht- 
country. All In>trumr-nts of our mauufacturc 
have the full iron frame, and are guaraiUeed Jet 
4ce yearx. 

t^ Particular attention paid to trie tielectloc 
of Insrrumi'ntB for difitant ordern.anJ a trivilejte 
of exchange granted at anv time uithin si^i 
month", if the ImitrumeutH should not prove en- 
tirely i«ati> factory. A liberal ilmiruiU to (Jlnrgy- 
men, TeachPr-" and .ScboolH. T»rmn liberal. 

WHOLEzJALK DEALERS it ill lind It to their 
advantage lo give us a call, as by greatly increaf- 
«d facilities, we are enabled to fill all orders with 
dispatch. 

a^-Perxourt in want of a REALLT FIRST 
CLASS PIANO, will do well to caU before par- 
ohaslng >*l8ewhere. 

RElHCnBER TUK P1.ACB, 

JVLllS BilER k CO., 

89 S. Clark & 82 Washlngton-St. 

«sr* Send for a Clrcnlar. lexi-tn'.h ftsat 



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Y UEPOT VOVL ftAlE Or 



Field and Oarden Seeds, 

Plants, Vines, Fruit Trees, &c., 

AT WHOLKSALE AWO RET tIL,, 

This season at L. B. Walt<-'s Store. Third 
street, above Merchants' Uoiel, St. Paul. Nur- 
s<-ry and Gn'en House in Reserve 'louruiihip. 

A stuck of fr^-Tth seeds ju-it rec<-ived— warranted 
the bt'St for Minne-oia c'imate that can bt- ob- 
tuiiie3. All kinJs of (iardcn plant:! in beasou. 
S«-«(1s, »c , ft-nt bv mail. 

All seetls warranted ei|iial t> those I sold last 
year, wtiich gave uoivi'r'<al uti-ttaciion. 
,-Of '•Okind-of .Seedling Potftoes, obtained from 
Canada :iLd ICaH'^rn and Western Mates, cultiva- 
ted by me la-'t )>-ar, I have two kinds for -^ale, 
which i rHCoram^nd as i'o. 1. The new Whitr 
Peach Blow originat*Ml at Monmouth, New Jor 
aey, and th« 'larnet <'hili, originated by Rev. lir. 
Go'dricfi, I'tica, N. Y.— far euptrior to common 
Peach Blow, and enormously uroliDc. Price of 
both kinds, $2.60 per bu8h«l ; 75 c'>Dts per peck. 
I>. A. ROUERTaON. 

St. Paul, March 23d, 166S, aprlt>oawd&wU 



One ofthe best Farms In HENNEPIN COUN- 
TY, situated in the town of Richdold, eight miles 
from Minneapolis, on the Shakopee Road, five 
miles from Fort bnelling; wood; water; 14i 
acres in all ; (& acres under ciltiration; 00 acres 
to erops ; 12 acres in timothy ; 

Good HouHe, Staljles, &•. 



f n<iulre on th« premise*, of 



ilfSwwMMwd 



T. J. SWATKIi 



SitsM f V0pa0ab. 



OPFICKOFCHIKFQCARTKaMASTKR, ) 
DiSTRJ'TOPMlirXRSOTA, \ 

I Saint Paul, MinnasoU, May 12, 1866. ) 

Sealed X*]ropa^a,l4i 



iB dtipUoUF. wlU ba r««0lT«(l Bt thtt ottm ■ntU 



la o'clock, M., 



m:^4.y a4, iseck. 



For the delivery of 



riFXY XONS 



OF GOOD 

Merchantable Hay 




^^ 



In ^e Government Stable in this City. 



Tho h«y to be delivered on or before the 2Jth 
, day ul .Tune, Ijjtis. 

ihf Hay to be eubject to such Inspection a.H the 
unu'T-'igned may d.-om necensary to determine 
its ifrWlity, and to be we/ghed at tu« expense of 
the co.ttractor. 

Apr'ntedcopy of this advertisement win be 
pncli.>><^ with each proposal. 

A bond with ^ood and satisfactory security 
will bt' required from the person to whom the 
Contract may tx^ awarded. 

Bidders will give their names and addresa ib 
full, in case of tirm.s, the precise name and ad. 
dre!<.<< of e ch member, with the name ofthe firm, 
will be«t<«ted 

Ail contracts arc subject to the aoprov-)! ofthe 
<juart* rmaster Genera, of tbd United States Ar- 
my. 

All t^'ii mu&t be aecontpani( d by two guaran- 
tees. The respon^itility of the guarantors must 
!i« -ihoivn by the official oertiticaie of the Clprk of 
tliH niMrest District (Jourt, or the Lf. S. District 
Attorney. 

UpKil OF GUARANTEE. 

We , and , of the County of — — 

Stall- (if Minnesota, do hereby guarantee that 

id ab'.xlto fulfill a contract In accordance with his 
propoAtiou : and that should liis proposition be 
:iccept*(l, he will at once »'nter into a contract 
in accoidancn trercwith. Should a contract be 
awaiiiad him, we are prepared to become his 
securiapp. 

l'artl>>f to whom award? are made must be pre- 
pared ljo"'X''c-at"contract.s at once, and to give 
tho rfJ'iired bonds for the laitbnil performance 
of tiiH^ame. 

Contractors wiil fuinUh the necessary ittrvenue 
■4tanip> tor boud:< .i- d contrarts. 

Bi J-> from disloyul pni sons ;from those who have 
here-.ot'oie failed to oomplj with their prt>po?l< 
tion4 or contracts; or from those «ho do not 
comply with the above requirements, will jiot be 
con-iid-'rcd. 

TliH undersigned reserves the right to reject 
any anl all bids not deemed satisfactory. 

Bid-l'^rs art. Invited to be presi'nt at the 
opening r>f the bids. 

Proposals to be endersed "Proposals I or fur- 
nishiui; Hay," and addressed to theundert igned. 
H. L. CARVER, 

Capt.and A. Q. H., 

iaal2-l<)t 



FTRSX DIVISION 

ST. PAUL U PACIFIC R. R, 

On Md aft«r MONOAT, NOVEMBEB 7Ul, 
Puaeager Trains wil run as follows : 
OOKSC) ITBaT, 

MORNING, 

Loaves St.FaoI 8:0Oa.m, 

Leaves St. AntbOBy. 8:45 a.m. 

Leaves ManonUn. tr.ulA.M. 

Leaves Anoka.. . 9 :45 a, u. 

Leaves Itasoa 10 :0e a. m. 

Axrtve at Elkfiiver IOuua.m. 

EVKNINQ. 

Leaves St.Paol ....S :tO p, ■ 

Leaves St. Anthony t-Mr.u 

Leaves Manomln 4:45 p. m 

Leaves Anoka S:2SP. « 

Leaves Jltasca ^4 S:4Sp. m 

Arrive at Elk River « e:OCp. m 

I ) CIOiac» BASK. 

7 HORNUfO. , 

L«aves Elk River 7:4SA. M 

Leaves Itasca 8:05 a.m. 

Leaves Anoka .....................8 :S6 a.m. 

Leaves Uanomin 9:10 a.m. 

Leaves St. Anthony 9:45 a.m. 

Art ve at S t . Paitl 10 :26 a , m . 

EVENING. 

Leaves Elk River S:25p.m 

leaves ztasoa.. .....•...»*..... a ... ..••3 see p. m 

Leaves Anoka ....*:lop, m 

Leaves Manomln 4:45 P. v 

Leaves St. Anthony 5:15 P. » 

Arrive at St. Paul 5:55 p.* 

TICKETS must be purchased at the Stations, 
or an extra rate wiU be collected by the Con- 
ductor, 



'ioing East .. 
Going West. 
Bpt8-tf 



• ••••■•■•■•#•••••• As JK • 

P.M. 

DBCAHO, Supt. 



INIJURANCE AGEWT. 
M!ei ropolitan, Ne-vr Yc»rlc 

< apitai i^.'SOO.OdO. 

t urplu J ^500,000. 

ILiOi-iJlard, Pfe-w- Yorlt» 

t iiyiVil fSfiO.OOO. 

i: Jfpius «:'50,U00. 

U ome Insumnee Oo* 

C ipiUl #500,0tK). 

Sirplus. $176,01)0. 

3J:utual Beuefit I^ife. 

illssets 1^7,000,000. 

OPTET'ICE: 

191 pThird street, St. Paul. 

apl2-ly 



s 

Mw Route £a$t aud Mouth 

VIA 

Rochester and Winona and St. Peter 

TtA.XIuJttOA.JL>. 

A Passenger train leaves Rochester daily at 7 : 
."{0 A. M . arriving at W inona at S o'clock, f, m., 
oonnectkig with the 

JVLinnesota Stage Co.'s Line 

for La Crosse. 

Returning, leaves Winona at :S0 r, v., arriv 
ing at Rochester at 10 p. m 

Passengt^rs by this route stop over night at 
Rochester and make the same time to and from 
dt. Paul as by the River Route. 

For Tickets apply to the Minnesota Stage 
CoBpany's Office. 

JOHir NEWEIiL, 

deolMf •lupvrlntvadaat, 

I^iKRCT OKViHioar ht.pacx. avi> 

a" pacific railroad, 

Laxu Dkp't, Main and Brahch Lisiui, i 
St. Paul, Sept. 16, 1804, { 

NOTICE 
TO ftfiTTLfiRS ON R.R. LANDS 

All p"r8on8 claiming land at Government prio f 
who reside in the lown.-thips named below, art 
hereby notified that the Company hati aoiuired 
the t«e 10 the liallroad lands iocatt'd In said 
Fownsbips, and they are hereby required to make 
proof of their right to the lands occupied by 
them, and make payment therefor aocordicg to 
tke laws regniating the same, 

Bange, 

Towns SI, 32, 120 21 

Towns .11, :?2, M, 120 22 

, TowndSl, 32, 83, 34, ll«, 120 23 

Towns 31. -32, 33, 34, S5, 118, 119, 120, and Sec- 
tions 1, 5, and 7, of Town 1 17 24 

Sections I. 3,6, 7,9, 11, 16, 17, of Town 117 23 

And whole Townsl 18, 119, 1«0, 121, 82, 33, 34, 

3S 2S 

Sections 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, IS, IS, 17, of Town 

117 «« 

Sections 1, 11, IS, 28. 2.'}, 36, of Down 118.... 2i'. 

Sections I, 11, 13, 2.1, 26, .35, of Town 119 2« 

Whole Towns 120, 121,33, 34, 36 26 

Sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 17, 19, 21, 28, of 

Towa 117 2: 

Whole Towns 120,121 87 

GEO. L. BECKER, 
■i«0l«»-tf !,ani» Commi'sioner. 



Fl 



iE AND MARINE 

1 1VSXJR.A.1VCE. 



CUKTIS & ETHERIDGE, 

191 ThirdiSt., St. Paul. 



The 
sented 



i ggregate capital of Fire Insurance repre- 
by us amounts to 

813,600,243.56. 



All U Bses in the State are settled byns assooa 
as proc f 8 are prepared. 

Goods a^d Merchandise 

NSURED WaiLE IN TBASSIT, 

Both oh river and lakes. We bope, by prompt 
attenti ob io every branch of the insurance busi- 
ness, 1 merit the confidence and patronage of 
the puplio. 

Curtis Sc Bthericlxe. 

ocd2«dly 



BROOHI.TIV 



LIFi: INSURANCE COMPANY 

I Montague Street {near Court), 
BROOKLYN, NE-W YORK, 
And 141 BroMdwwy, How York. 



CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 



EUhty 
The 
tution 
«ens ol 
ni<>nt» 
seekio ; 



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A. Ci 



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91 THE 9B1:TVTAX. PKASI. 
per cent, ofthe profits go to the assured, 
lirectors of ihisgouLd and reliable insti- 
are composed < f the most substantial > iti- 

Hrnoklvu and Nt>w York. Kxtra induce- 
aro offcrt-d by this Company for those 

Life Insurance. 

CHRIS n AN BOCCK, President. 
Bici AUD II. Haroiko, Secretary. 
Cif>RnOX, (ien. Agent for MlnnesoU. 
9ItJI»IBllIB, Medical Examiner. 
Baul, March 9, 1805. mchIO .3m 



SAINT PAXIL 

IIE AND MARINE 

INa||)RANCE_COMPANY. 

&ft. Paul, >Xiiinesota. 



.^ .DIRECTORS: 

J. Cj. Biii'bank, President 



DAVID DAY, 



J.lIIN 



JNO.l.. MKRRIAM, 



.JOHN 
THEO 
HORA 

David 



CETHOMPSONGEO. L. FARWELL. 
8TOCKHOLDKR8. 



:'icoLs. 



S. PRINCE, 
BORUP, 



PETER BERKEY, 
W. K. DAVIDSON. 
W. P. MURRAY, 
WILLIAM I EE, 
£. F. DRAKE, 



Day, 

John >. Merriam, 
R. Blakcly. 
J. ('. iurkank, 
r. V rherritree, 
Frank B. Karwell. 
•■Jeorg ' L. Farwell, 
Wil!t n I ee, 
r. K. ! IcQuillan, 
Anthony Kelley, 
A.M. bHilder. 
H.C. iurbank, 
A. J. 
Morri 



(Goodrich, 
Lamprey, 



B. B-j upre, 
i-.II.Cellev, 



John Nicola, 
John S. Prince. 
Horrac<4 Thomp«on, 
J E. Thompson, 
W. B. Dean, 
Peter Be key. 
Wm. l<hod-4S, 
W'm. F. Davidson 
P. .S. Davidson, 
W. P. Murray. 
M. L.Mo s, 
"Wm. A. Spencer. 
C. K. Mav«, 
J. C. Raguet, 
K. K. Drake. 



D. G. Greenlvaf, 
S. K. Putnam, 
S. R. Champlin, 
Josep'i Daily, 
C. W. Carpenter, 
Lornnzo AlHs, 
A. U Cathcart. 



D. D. U'rrill, 
Theo. Borup, 
CM. pai:ey, 
CD. t^trong, 
Ueo II. Edgerton, 
B. Presley . 

The above Company Is now prepared to laaoe 

Fire and 3£arine Poliolea 

AT C(JBB£MT BATES. 

, i. i. i. MATOV, 

IM7*-V Seoretarr. 



SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

A healthy tonic, gentle stimulant and unequalled 
morning app< t:zer, Preiarwl in ripe old Bour 
bon. Being now used to th"' r-xclusion of all 
other Bitters In mo.-c than Ufty United States 
Army Hospirals, and millions <,'' private fami 
lies, and is the only pop«iJ»r medicine which has 
been HuptKJialiy kxk^ii-tkp kkom stamf t*x by 
the Cnited States government, on the f^round of 
its having neen adopted as a standard kkmkdt 
by the medical profession. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

4^ They are roadu of Ingredients well known 
and approved by the medical profession, as hav- 
ing powerful tonic properties, are both palatable 
and plca.ia'Jt, M !th sufficient "trenglneuing pro- 
pertie." to i orreci the bilious dj'rangement of the 
system, and act like a charm when taken accord- 
ing to direction, as a remi-dy for the following 
diseases: — Indigestion, Dyepepsia, Jaundice, 
Liver Affections, Loss of Appetite, Lowness of 
Spirit, Sallow Cumploxioc. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 

FOR 
Headache, Costiveness, and kindred diseases, 
arising from a disordered condition of the Stom- 
ach, Liver, or Bowels. Let every one try these 
agreeable Bitters; once tried and used, they will 
rt^commend them with confidence tu all others 
who are in need of a wholesome, agreeable and 
effectual tonic. Th-^ rapidly increa.'^ing demand 
for these Bitters has induced me to give them 
publicity, so that tAousands who have not used 
them, may try ttiemand be convinced of their 
efficacy, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

Jt^ Ladies, who have tried and found most oth 
er "Stomach Bitters" too bitter, unpalatable and 
too highly medicated for their delicate taste, 
please irive these a trial, and you will not be 
without th^m. They will give tone to the stom- 
ach, and strength to the whole system. 4^ If 
your druggist or tradesman has not got these 
Bitters, have him send for them. 4^ Remem- 
ber the name, and take no other, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

4Sr*Tnc composiiiou 01 ut. bwain's Bitters, 
having been made pu 'lie tnrouifh the columns of 
Medical Journals, and huvini; been aiiopttd as a 
•tandard remedy by the Medical I'roieesion, are 
by the decision of the Commissioner ol Inrprnai 
Revenue, EXEMPT FROM STAMP DUTY. 

OB. C.U.»«VAllV,Propr4«i«r. 

nmnttn I S"' Broadway, New York. 
orricBs— j 3^ g^jjjj^ Water-St., Chicago. 

C. A. COOK, General Agent for the West, OSctf. 
26 Market Street, Chicago. 



SOLD IN ST. PAUL BY 

■. IK. mOfiS, Druooibt, 

|»M-1viw * «I1T> 

JUST KEGElVi!.!)! 

BT EXPRESS, 

THB MOST PBKFBCT AIlDlCOllPACT] 

lieroseno I^^ntemX 

Ever brought to this maiket. 

l^bolesalo and Itetall, 

—A T — 

Crockery Importing House, 

IH» &. 101 TlKlrd-St. 

se;)t 10 

Bankers and Exchange Dealers, 

GOODRICH BLOCK, THIRD ST., 

SAINT PAUL , MINN! 
SSatabllshed in 11$<S1. 

Collections payable In the City made free of 
cost and throughout the State fk'ee of charge be- 
yond actual expenses incurred. Bemittaocee 
made the diy after collection atthelow-si rat<. 
of Exchange, 

Orders for Land Warrants, State Warrants, 
United States Bonds, County and City Bonds 
promptly executed at the lowest rates. City, 
County and State Taxes paid. State and Unitea 
States Couponspald at our Counter. 
Rtjferenoee : 

Johnston Bros. & Co., 

Baltimore. 
Rutter. KcdIcotttCo., 

Chicago. 
Bank of (ialeaa.Galena. 
Alien, Copn/k Nesbitt, 

St. Louis. 
Stat>> Savings Associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 
Fr»nz tich. SotalBter ft 

Sobn, Hambnrg. 
A. MaAnard k Co. 
rvia. 

MlMy 



DoUner, Potter h Co., 
New York. 

Kl-sam t Co.,N. Y. 

Roche Bros. & Coffey, 
New York. 

Drexel k Co, Philadel- 
phia. 

Exchange Bank. Bost'n 

Spencer, Vila ft Co., 
Boston, 

Brown, Shipley ft Co., 
Llvtrpool. 



Sto Sitkd 9aiil SttftflL ^ttrhttti'f ^Mtotttt. 



PUSLISHBO DAILT,TKI-WKBKLT AVD WBSKI.T. 



Office— A-djoinins ibe Srids0* 



2 60 
S8A 
S 00 



Rates of AAyettLmixiu 

One Square. Eaohadd.Bqnarc 

iOaetlme |0 80 9040 
Tbreetimes 1 50 76 

^Stxdays 2 oO IOC 

* ?Two weeks sao .,.....» 74 

irrhree weeks ft 00 

2 <One mouth e 50 

'f } fwomonths 18 00 

■ ( riireemonths 12 60 6 25 

9 (Six months 17 60 8 76 

( Twelvemonths 25 00 12 60 

First page advertisements, speeiai and busi- 
ness notices, andadvertlsementsfollowlng imme- 
•lately after local matteron the fourth page , one- 
■alf additional. 

3. Second page, and special place and double 
column advertisements, andadvertlsements wltb 
oats, one-third additional. 

3. Advertisementschangeablcat pleasnrerated 
as in No. 1, and $40 per annum additional for 
changes . All changes rated at 20 cents per square. 

4. Local notices double theabore prices, and 
no notice inserted for less than $1. 

5. Advertisements in Daily and Weekly, two 
thirds additional to the Daily rate. 

0. Advertisements in Weekly alone, $1.00 
per f quare for first Insertion, and 6C cents per 
square for subsequent insertions, for any period 
within three monthe; over three months, one 
less than Daily rates, 

7, Legal and GoverBment advertisements, 75 
C2nts per squre for the first insertion, and 37>i 
cents per square for each additional Insertion. 

8. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisement* 
are regarded as accountable for t.^e cost of the 
same, unless there is a special agreement to 
charge the same to another party. 

0. No paper given in connection with adver 
ti^lnt;. 



Pre&ideut Lincoln and the 
Actors. 

In an address deliver(>d on tlie 2iib ol 
April, by Hon. W. D. Kelly, before the 
Gills' lli^b and Normal School of Phila- 
delp'iia, thu speaker referred to a number 
of interestmg incIdenU in the life and 
character ot Mr. Lincoln, and among 
other things, spoke of ai interview be- 
tween John E. McDonougb. Mr. Kelly 
thus describes this meeting: 

On a very rainy night during the ses- 
sion ot Congress preceding the 1 ist, 1 
found at my room li-iv. Benjamin R. 
Miller, Chaplain ofthe 118th Pennsylva- 
nia Volunteers, and Mr. John E. McDon- 
oiigh, the actor, wbo was, on the next 
nigbt, to be<;m placing in Washington bis 
extravaganza of the "Seven Sisters," by 
which be has done considerable in pro- 
moting patriotic feeling among the young 
people in the country. Duty aud pleas- 
ure prompted me to give the evening to 
them in some way, and I felt that I might 
do good to them, perhaps to myself — 
perhaps to my country, too — by taking 
them to see our good President.' I pro- 
posed that we should go ; they readily as- 
sented, and we started at once lor the 
White House. We found Mr. Lincoln 
alone ; and, on entering, I said to him 
that we bad conae to trouble bim profes- 
siDoally, an<l probably to perplex him 
somcwbi>t, as we represented three pro- 
fessions — the law, divinity, and the his- 
trionic profession. I introduced my 
friend MiHer as the reverend chaplain, 
and Mr. McDonough as "Mrs. Pluto," 
the nam j of the character he sustaiced in 
the extravaganza. 

"Well," said the President, "pray 
tell me how do your chaplain and ' Mrs, 
Pljto' get along together.' I should 
tbi k there might be some discord in a 
family made up of such materials." 

1 b.y were soon seated at his bidding, 
and after a f. w words to the chaplain, 
wbo had come from the field, he turned 
to McDonough and said : 

" 1 am very glad to see you, sir, for I 
want to learn something of Shakespeare. 
I don't gtit much time to study bis writ- 
ings, and I want to put some questions 
to you that I put to Mr. Hackett. I will 
tell you frankly, that Mr. Hackett'a re- 
plies, on one or two of the points, were 
very un?atisfactory to mc ; they almost 
impressed me with a doubt as to whether 
he studies Shakespeare throughly, or only 
the acting plays." 

Rising from his seat, he went to a shelf, 
and took down bis volumes of Shakes- 
p<are. Having fornd the passage in 
Henry IV., about which be desired to 
inquire he read a portion of it, and said 
to Mr. McDonougb: "Can you tell me 
wHy that is omitted from the acting play ? 
There is nothing in all Shakespeare — 
certainly nothing in Henry IV. or the 
Merry Wives of Windsor — that equals it 
in wit and humor." Mr. McDonough 
gave bim what be believed to be his rea- 
sons — those which were conclusive with 
bim. 

The President said : Those are n>orc 
satisfactory than Mr. Ilackett's reasons, 
but they do not entirely satisfy me." 
TLen turning to my friecd, Mr. Mi ler, 
he said: "Probably you do not know 
that the acting plays are not the plays as 
Shakespeare wrote them Richard III., 
for instance, begins with passages from 
Henry VL ; then you get a portion of 
Kichard II f. ; then more of Henry VI. ; 
and then there is one of the best known 
soliloquies, which is not Shakespeare's at 
all, but was written by quite another 
man— by Colley Gibber — was it not, Mr. 
McDonough ?' 

Branching off from Sbakspeare, Mr. 
Lincoln cited brief passages from Byron, 
Rogers, Campbell, Moore, and I think a 
short one from Shelley, always running a 
parallel between the passage he quoted 
and some passage or scene from Shaks- 
p<;are. Firaliy he said, "But th^jre is a 
jrntcjeal'f excellent poetry floating 
•Unori) in lusly. There is one poem that 
is almost continually present with me ; it 
crosses my mind whenever I have re- 
lief from care and thought." He then 
recited some verses from the poem which 
Mr. Carpenter was fortunate enough to 
indite from his lipj. [Hitherto publish- 
ed.] 

"Now," said he, "I do not know where 
there is any thing truer, more touching, 
more rhythmical than that ; and I . wish 
that if any of } ou should chance at any 
time to learn the name ofthe author, >ou 
would let me know it. I have known 
the poem for years, but I have never been 
able to learn who wrote it, and I want to 
regard him as a friend." Do you mark 
why he wanted to know the name of the 
author? He wanted lo know the name 
fha* li" i:.i^ht love the individual who had 
i,:Vfn Liiii so much pleasure. When we 
partoil from him. he said: 

"(Jentlemen, I am deeply grateful to 
you for this visit. The heavy rain, that 
his kept orJier visitors away, has baen a 
comfort to me. Since I became a candi- 
date for the f residency, I have not en- 
joyed two consecutive houis of vonversa- 
tion on literature until tonight, and I 
feel so refreshed that, if I could only hope 
to have the time, I would beg you to 
come soon again." 

e » » . « 

Petition for tiie Elective Fran- 
chise. • 

Nkw Yokk, May 18 —The petition 
circulated among 1 he colored people of 
North Carolina to be presented to Presi- 
dtnt, Johnson, after referring to the 
provttliial kindness of President John- 
son, their own poverty, Vbeirlovft for the 
old flag, and the service ihey beve per- 
formed both under and for it, bsic that 
the eloctive franchise be extended to 
them, spying they cannot see tiie jiMlice 
of denying that privilege to tfeqse who 
have been fighting for the country, while 
it is freely given to men who have jmt 
returned from four years' ligbing against 
it. They call attention to the fact that up 
M) 183S free colored men voted in North 
Carolina without detriment to the iater* 
eeti 9i the State, 



^-sfi 



18 6 5. 



TITB WOULD OBSPECTFULLT 

call tlM atteatioa of our old eastomers, aad tiM 

pabUo geaenUy to the following advertUaaMBt, 

oompttalBg some of the leadinc artloles, whloh, 

(wiUi laareased fuiUties,) we orar to tiia trade : 

••• bbls. Beotifled Whteky. 

!•• bbls. Old Rye aad Bourfooa Whlakf . 

!• bbU. HoUaad ein. 

•• bbls. Neutral Spirits. 

!• pipes and eighths do. Cocaiao BnrndyJ 

M 3i pipes Cherry, Madein and Fort Win*. 

&• baskets Champacne. 

•• oases Claret and Santerae Wlae, 

••• If choice biBBds Cigars. 

••• cases Cove Oysters. 

»• oases J< BBd X Sardlaes, 

(ftO packages Pmnes. 

!• bbls. Zaate Curraats, 

»• hogsheads Browa Sagart 

9*0 bbls. Befinod Sngar. 

••• packages Molasses aad Syrapsd 

•ft bags Pepper and Spice. 

boxes Ooverament do., assorted. 

llO.O.Caps. 
leeo sc«ks Salt. 
U04M>lbB. Bar Lead. 
10« boxes Babbitt's and De Land's 
10«0 kegs of Nails and Spikes. 



boxes assorted Wladow Qla8s4 
9* oases Flasks. 
M>« coUs ManUla Hope] 
U>0 dosea Bed Cotds. 
M pairs assorted Blocks, 
M» bales Oakum. 
14» barrels Pitch. 
lOOtt packages Wagoa Omt, 
1<M» barrels Carbon OU. 
S9« dosen Painted Palls and Tnbs, 
leo barrels Dried ITrulu, as«ort«a. 
•»• packages assorted Teas. 
a» sacks aio Coffee. 
too barrels Qronnd Coffee, 
to sacks Old Ooveriunent Java Coffee. 

•OOpacxages, assorted brands. Plug Totaooo. 

400 barrels Klne Cut Smoklag Tobae 

«• kegs Qold Leaf Tobacco. 

•ftO boxes Soap. 

••O Doxes assorted Candles. 

*' S A.M I> LE S" 

Of the above articles our frieads will always 

Aad as ready and williag to 

shew them. 

J. C. & H. C. BURB ANK & Co. 

Ooraar of Lower Levee and Sibley street, 
■VSl-tt St. Paul. Minnesota. 



lees. 



186«. 



186S. 

'Winter Ajnran^entent. 

JDNNESOTA STAGE COMPANY. 



FASSSNOEK LINK. 



The roaas are well stocked with Orst class 
aorses. Concord Coaches, with careful and expe. 
rtenoed drivers, all under the control of oompe* 
tentacents. 

•OHKDUI.X OF DBPAXTVRXS FROM BAIXT PAlltA 

For Hastings, Ked Wing, Lake City, Keed't 
Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona, aad La Crosse 
at AX o'clock A, M. 

For Stillwater— DaU;. at • A. ■. 

For Shakopee, Jotdaa, St. Lawreaoe, Belle 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse de 
Sioux, St. Peter and Manka*9— Daily at 4 o'clock 

A.M. 

For Bosemonnt, Castle -M>oa.:;->rthfleld, Can 
BOB City, Faribault, Meit.'oru Clinicc F^s and 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatoana, fi:<r Wilton 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Agency and Mankatoi 
Also (or Rice Lake, 01nr.foioBt, Waatofa, Man) 
torville, Rochester, Cl2at£eld, and Wmona— Daily 
at 4 A.M. 

For ladastriaai, Aaoka, Oroao, Orlaado 
Montioello, Clear\fater, St. Augusta and St. 
Cloud— DaUy, at 7 A. «. 

For Sauk Raplds.lielie Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— Mondtys, Wednesdays and Fri- 
days at 7 o'clock A, M 

For Richmond, Sank Ceitr^. Alexandria, 
Chippewa, Pomme de 'lerre B.><<wt'u:dge,For« 
Aberorombie, Mondays and '''hiir ■'- . j at 7 
o'clock A. M, 

For Little Canada, Columbus, Suarlse Ctty- 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 o'clock 

A, M, 

For further parUonlars inqalreat the Oeaeral 
Offloe on Third Stroet. 

J. C. BUBBANK & CO. 
ap»l-dl7 Proprietors, 



F 



OB THE CABS. 



Our Omnibnsses will ma to aad from the prtn 
:lpal Hotels and Boats in connection with ths 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Ilissongerg and baggage will be oaUed for la 
an.^wer to orders lelt at the American, Interna, 
tlonal and Merchants, or at our offloe. 

Its J.C. BURBARKfcCO, 



Grrover Sc Balcer*s 

CKLEBUATKD HIOUE8T PRKXIUM 

SEWING MACHINES 



THERE ARE WORE OF THEM JV USE 

THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 

IN THE WORLD I 



They will Stitch, S^am, Hem, Fell, Tuck, 
Bratd, Bind, Coid, and Quilt, and are 

The Only Alacliine 

THAT WILL 

Embroider Beautifully! 

Call and see them, at 

260, Qreenleaf's Block, 

THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. 



ALL KINDS Oin 

MACHINE WORK 

done, and satisfaction warranted. 

Silk Thread. Ooil, «fec.. 

For Sale. 

S. K. QEK, 
o«M-l? Oea'lAieatforMlnaesola. 



VHlflAOO 



V. 



LII^L & OIVEP^SY. 

BREWERS Oi-i 

Aaa 

Oream f»cile ^le, 

POBTE^ AND BBOWN STOUT. 

rOB SALS BT 

Wmiam Goattana, 



''^^ 



COOLEYi CARVER Jfc CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 

IMI>ORTERS AND DEAXiERS IN 

FOREIGN AJUTD DOMESTIO LIQIJOES, WHTES 

OIGAKS, &0., &0. — ^-i."- ' '^ 

• ' -.11 li :•' * -i ., ■* 

Ja<;kfeM>ii Street, betrreen Ltevcie an<A |3|71iir«t« 

No. 1«0 THIR,I> STREET, iST. P-A^Ur,, 

A O- E N T I»0 R 

Dupont's Celebrated Grtuipo^prdep. 

Blasting, Rifle, Diamond Grain, and Dncic Sporting, 

SO KEaS HOLL^ISrD ECERRITSTG, 

2S Sbls. Cider, 

Hungarian. Tiinotliy, and Clover Seed, 

40 SACXi^Si LAVEBPOOI. OnoUSm 8AI.T. 

Oranges, Lemons, Fancy I^runes, Figs, 

AMES' SUtiAR-CURED HAMS; DRli.D BEEF. 
r>A.TIC8, BOHKMIAN PSAJRS. 



ti Barrels New Dried Apples, "fork State" 
and Oh o growth. 

TS Roxes W. R. Cheese. 

«<» Half Boxes M. R. Raisins, New. 

SO Uuxes Layers, New. 

A large lot ol New Garden Seedd. 
400 ISoxes Famy Candy. 
tssu Boxes New Canned Fruits. 

li Kegs Kew Prunes, 



XS Bales best Na ry Uakum. 
1& Barrels £<ew J lominy. 
as Kegs New Petri Barley. 
4 Barrels New , jpUt Peas. 
SO bushels vmM White army Beans. 
30 Half-banel^ 'Vhlte Hah. new. 
30 Bairels and hall'-tarrels JUackerel, 
30 do do do lier.ing. 



A.na every ax^iole usually kept by u Grrooer. 

B. PRESLEY, ISO Third fcjit., St. I>aiil. 



mchl-«m 



CUTTER, 8ECOMBE & CO., 

HAVE ESTABLISHED A - 

WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE 

la this city, In oonnectloa with their 

PJ%.PER MILL, IIV ST. -ALPrTHOWfY, 

Aad desire lo call the atteatioa of buyers tt their 

Immense Stock: of 

LBTTKK, HOTK AND CAP PAPER, ft. /ELOPES, BOOK AND SEWS PRINT, FLAT ABl 

ALL KINDS OF WRAPPING PAPERS, PRINTERS' A!!D WRITING INKa 

AND FLUIDS, rENS, PENCILS, Ao„ frc. 

Agents for 

GREENLEAF & TAYLOR'S MANUFACTUKING COMPANY 

We will Bell as low as Eastern Jobbers wjth Freight added 

THE HIGHEST MABKET PBICE IN CASil PAID FOB 
PAPER RAGS, ROPE, OUNNIES & OLE NEWSPAPERS. 



oota-tf 



Offio* 24-0.830 XMrd-Elt., St. Paul. Ml». 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

An.^ IMCinnesota, Hospital. 

ESTABLISHED 1850, FOR TUH TREATMEMT OF 

niSKASES OF TUB URIVARY AND SEXUAL STSTKMS ANn IN 
CORPOTtATEn HY THE LEGISLATURE IS mi. Of//C3 isi CON- 
CERT HALL BLOCK— nc^r the P^t OJl.^e. ^^rjvis IJSI CUM 
Drt. WILLIE MS, the Consulting Surgeon oF the above Institution. ha« 
jun published a .Manual of h( xu»l DisnaKes, a large book of aSO naifes and over 
100 engravings. It is the onlv book pv^r puh.JKh-tl which givns a truthful dp 
scription of spermatorrhea. Venereal Diseases, Female Complaints and all dis- 
eases ol the urinary and reprodultive organs of mm and women of whatever na- 
turo, including the solitary hab ts of both sexes, and their deplorable conse- 
uuence* on the mind and body, impotence, loss of powt-r, and the secret inflrmi 
ties ot youth and manhood, the physiology of marriage, ac, with new and suc- 
cessful methods of treatment for all the above cases. Mailed in a lUain sealed 
wrapper for one dollar. ^ »*—— «=««:" 
ao- Descriptive Circulars conUlnine valuable information to the afflicted who wish to avoid 
quackery, mailed In a sealed envelop on receipt of 10 cents. Also a pamphlet for ladies price 5 cents 
All communications confidential, a- d will reach the consulting surgeon by addressing' ' 
TMM OAJ.BMMC AHH-riTCTlC, ria.nt Paul, Mlnneeota. 




JBXJY YOUK 'X'KUJNKS 



KROM THE MANUFACTURER, AND 



Save Freight & Store Profits 1 



C. I> H O A. L 

HAS OPBHBD A 

TRUNK MANUFACTORY! 

AHD 18 ALSO HAKIIfO TO OBDBR 

Buggy, Carriage & Team Harness. 

A Large variety always on hand. Also 

Valises aud TraFeliog Bags ! 
MLITARY SADDLERY! 

AG-WNX FOR 

Henry and Ballard Rifles 
and Cartridges. 

49- REPAIRING of all kinds on TRUNKS, 
HARNESS, ac, neatly and promptly done. 

Having commenced manufactuiinr all my own 
work. I would reKpnctfully solicit a share of pub- 
lic patroaage. My material Is bouchf dlrpct from 
the first hands, and madp up by good workmen 
undpt my own management, and hence I am 

frepared to work low and make the best of work, 
have also constantly on hand 

^V^H 11^8, 
WHOLESALE 9c RETAIL, 

and a large assortment of 

Siiddlery Hardware 

4^ Remember, 

UNION BLOCK, Cor. TUIKD i ROBERT Sts 
ian2flly 

LKOX AMI» * MHeiMK. BatMon.— 
Shop in old Baptist Church Building on KifOi 
street, near Jackson. AH kinds of Carpenter 
work done to order. 

MSHCIItK, Arrliisvcs— Office in tbf 
• same building as Leocaiii k Sheire's Car- 
penter Shop, on I<^fth street, neir Jackson. De- 
signs, Plans and spcdflcationE tor buildings of ct- 



DOCTOR BIGELOW. 

# OAm 179 Sonth Clark Street, f 
Comer of Monroe, CJrxc^^XO, X.KJS. 
Post Offloa Box. UL 



All Chronic and Sexu- 
al Diseases of a Private 
and DellcaU Nature, 
,traat«d with unparal- 
leled succesa. Dr.BiKe- 
low's Guide to Health, 
for ladies and gentli»- 
man, ii published 
moBthly. Bend Ibr it if 
yo« think the writings 
of a pbyrieiao wbo«e 
rapntation extendi 
throughout the antire 



W^t should Im worth 
rohing. It it lent In 
plain sealed envelopes, 
free of charge. Almost 
every case can be treat- 
ed by mail. Medictnea 
sent to any address. 
Ladiea, tend for descrip- 
tive Circular of I^uarie 
Rrmede, the latnt and 
best prevantativa of 
conception knows. 



Rooms Separate for Ladies and Gentlemea. 
cowaviiTATioir at orrioa. rsaa. 



Omci Hoina :— Trom 9 a. v. to 9 r. ■; | 

Bpenaatorrhcsa or Marvona Debility, a cure 
warranted. 




"GREENBACKS ARE GOOD." 

BUT ROBAC K*8 ARE BETTER. 



STOMACH BITTSR8. 

Ten thousand bottle" 
sold in one month. The 
most popular Stomach 
Bitters in use. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Good for all derange- 
ment of the Stomach, 
Biliousness, Liver Com 
plaint, and General De- 
bility, 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

They possess wonder- 
ful tonic properties, glv 
ing tone to the appetite 
and digestive organs. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

DcbilitatedSLadles. and 
odentary persons wiJi 
tnd In thgman excellent 
tonic. 



ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

A wlneglassful before each meal will remove 

indigestian and all liver diseases, 

ROBACK'S BI'ITKRS. 

They are better thai i all Pills, Powders, and other 

nauseous, dii agreeable compounds. 

ROBACIOS BITTKRS. 

They can be taken i lithout regard to diet. As at> 
app-tlzer thpy have no equal, 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 
They are prepared by an old and skillful physi- 
cian from wpII known vegptable rpmedies. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 
Wherever known Ihey have become a standard 

family xtr'ngthenlne remedy. 

ROBACK'S BlTThRS. 

Try and youone bo tie, will always use them and 

recommend them to others. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

G. W. ItoKACK, Compounder of Stomach 
BIfers, Blood Purilier, and Blood Pills, and Dis- 
tiller and Manufacturer of Catawba and Swedish 
Brandies, aud aM <inds of the finest domestic 
llijuortt, which are sold wholepale or in any <Ip. 
sired quantity; at Nos. 60, M, 60 and G^i Eaht 
Third-ct., Cincinnati, Ohio. Itor sale by Drug- 
gists and Dealers ii Medicine everywhere. 

mch'i2-ly 

A CARU VO IHfVAAZOS. 

A Clergyman, while residing in South America 
as a miislonary, discovered a safe ana simple 
remt'dy for tli" cure of Net vous Weakness, Karlv 
Di'cay, Disea«es of i he Urinary and .Seminal t'r 
gans, and the wh'ilp tram ol dis'>rd-rs brought 
on br banelul and vicious habits. Great numbers 
have been already sured by this nohle remedy. 
Prompted by a d<»"i v to benefit the afflicted and 
unfortunate, I will 'end the receipt for |>re|^aring 
and using thif> medlcine.'in a se led envelopo, to 
any ono who needs it, Fkkb or CtfABQls. 

Address 

JOSEPH T. INMAN, 
Station D, Bible House. 

mchl4-ly New Yora City. 



CARRIAGES A LIGHT WAIiONS. 



We have tor s 

BUG 

Open, To 

Also, light one hor 

tSf Teiin.i low, 

Htantly nuinutactui 

liave ev«ry fac lit 

etock ; aud respectf 

H. B.— BKPAIRIN 

all •Glided to pro 

4^ Factory on K 

apfci-d:<in (, 



lie a good assortment ofi 

G I E S , 

) a-d Side Spring, 

3S WAGONS, 

>« LUMBER WAGONS, with 
alfspriags. 

for canh only. We are con- 
ing FIRST-CLASS W<»KK; 
.■ ; use the best of Kasterii 
illy abk a share of patronage. 

G IN ALL ITS BRANCUk..^ 
mptly,at reasonable rates. 
jl)ert (-treet, St. Paul, Minn. 
UIMDY A HALIX)MrEl.L. 



H^^I^K^ S'TAJBX^l!:. 



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Tbe subscriber 
RTaBLE at the st 
Grvt'er (the Farme 
OM .rOURTH ST 

I>ia»'oha8e ar 

Parties defiring 
Horse » are r«ipe«t 
Mes Stable. 



>r«poee8 to keep a SALKS 
»d recently occHi<ied by Geo. 
■■a Home,) 
NEAR BT. ANTHONY ST.. 
FOB THB 

id Sale of Horses- 

JO purchase, sell or exotiaBM 
ruly reQBeeted to e*U M tb« 

fezj i.1. KASS. 



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MERCMIITSJJJSPAICH. 



PAST FREIGHT LINE! 

' -. Ll lOi I' .'" MO ?i»!'5ii siH. 

Jut" 

We woald again oaU the attention of Mer- 
chants to tlM indoaements olfered by thia.weli^ 
known Company for the 

Transportation of Freit^b^" 

' . FJEllOM 

NEW YORK & BOSTON 

i '^ ft-iesl 

TO THE "WIESST. '""' 

Running Their Own Cars 

orer the eatire route, aad 
"""q^-* »soil«nBlo 

HAVING THEIR OWN AGENTS 

At all points of traBs-shipmeat, they are eaabled 

To Make Better Time 

ttaBB tay ooBpetlng route, 



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While their Rates are Always as Low 



AS AST 



ALL-RAIL LINE 



OAB OrFSB. 



•ro 



It is a mUtake.n idea that this Company is an 
" Express " Company, charging " Expret* - 
rates. By a comparison of their printed tariffs, 
It will be seen that their rates are the tame as tbe 
reguUr RaU Roads. 

O R O C E R 8 

•niilnt' 
Will Hod it the best route by which to ship tbelt 
FIRST k SECOND CLASS GOODS, saving 
both time and wastrg- arising from 
improt«er handling, an anno>-aaoe 
which is no small item to 
luninei- n . n. 
AH over-charges and clann.i of every H«/f ar« 
settled on pr seulotion at our oi.uf!. thus saving 
Merchants the trouble and delay ot a reference 
to Eastern Agents, who ere proverbially dUal»- 
ry, if they even respond at all I 

MB2RCHA.IVTS 

will do well to 0^11 at either of our Fastern oH- 
cee before maldng contracts elsewhere, 



B. Vr. !mXX.AB, Sup't, 
BuSialo, N. Y. 

A.. Si. I.IVT^C}|ITOM, A^etK, 

l>iMttrray St., N.Y. 
«. Ci. KISDEK, Agent 

79 Wat^hlngton Street, 
BbSton.Mass. 

J.C. &H. C. BURBANK&CO/ 

AGKJiT.S, ijAlHT I'Al L, Minn. 

mcuio-3m 






CHEROKEE CURE 



THK GREAT 



INDIAN MEDICINE 




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BOOTS, BARES AUD LEAVES 



- An UBfUlIng cure fot Spermatorrhaa, Seminal 
Weaknat, NaetHmal Emittiatu, and all dieirataa 
eaased by Sfl/- I^lutUm, such aa Ltui of Mmnutry, 
UnirxTtoU Lattitudt. fhin* in the Rack, Dimneu ») 
Titxon, Premature Old Agt, Wrak \ereet, Difi^tut^ 
of Breathing, TremltUng, Wak-fulrus!, Er-jf.tt'mM 
on the fUce, l^Ole Otuntinanot, hiMinity, antumM; 
tion^ and all tbe direful complainti caaaed by ae> 
partiuK from the path of nature. 

^B^ This medicine Is a slnple vegetable extract, 
and one on which all can rely, aa It ha« tieen uaed 
In our practice for many years, and wlib tliousanda 
treated, it has not failed In a slnirle Instance. Its 
surative power* have been saffldent to gaht vla- 
tor y ov er the most stnblrarn case. 

Off To those wto have tnjled with their oomti- 
tutioii, antll they thick themselves beyond tba 
reach of medloal akt, we weald aay, Daariia botI 
theCQEROKEE OURE will restore yoa to health 
an d vlj- or, and aiter all qnack doctors have failed I 

fgf~ Price Two Dollars per bottle, or three bot- 
tles for Five Dollars, and forwarded by EzprcM t* 
al l part s of tbe world. 

0r- Pamphlet sent by mall free of postage, by 

DR. W. R. MERWIN A CO., 

68 Uberty St., New Yei*. Bole Propiletora. 

GLAD NEWS FOR TOB DNFORTDNATK. 

Tbe Lou soii£M for Mmmi at Last 



Oures in from T)n« 





to three days. 

CHEROKEE REMEDY 

CHERO KEE ^"fN JECTION ?" 

Oompooiided from Boots, Barks and Lesves 

CHEROKEE REMKOT, the great Indian Ottn^rUe 
cures all diseases of the Urinary Orfians, such as 
Incontinence of the Vrine, InJIannnatinn t>f the 
Bliitiirr , Jnilimrrtatirm o/'hf Kidnmf, t^umr iti the 
BUidflifr, Mrictiire, Orarrl, GimnrrhM, Wierl. and 
is especially recommended In those cases of PUivr 
Albuf, (or Whites In females,) where ail tbe old 
naunc-oua medioliie* have failed. 

gg^ It Is prepare'l Id a highly conrentnited 
fonn, the dose only being from ona to two teaapoon- 
fuls three t.mes per Jay. 

H*" It 1» diurelic Kai altrraUff !r. Its art Ion: 

f>urirylri|; and cli-aoalog tbe blood, eauslug It to Sow 
u all of lt» orli^Inal parity and vlgcr ; thus romov- 
Ing from Uie system all perolclous .uauaea wliicb 
have Induced dlseaar. 

CIIEUOU,t<:K INJKCTION Is Intended 
ai an ally or a>>9iBtant to the Cherokee Rem- 
edy, aud should be used lo ronjo<ict< t,n with that 
cieiliciDe in all oa.«<J of Gleet, G'^aorrli<-a, Fluor 
Albas, itr WhHea. Its effeots are healinf;. ■ootbiDg, 
and demulcent; removing all «ch1>I1di;, beat and 
pain, instead ofthe burniaaand K}ni<'>st an'-ndarable 
pain that Is experienced Mlh nearly all tbe cheap 
qaack Injeoiions. 

tSr By the ase of Ih- CUKROKEK RKMEDT. 
andCUEROKKK INJECTION— the two m.diclne« 
at the ssmetinie&u Improper dlMrharceo are 
remxeU, and the weaneneii orftHaaarv ipeudily res- 
tored to full vljior and jtrengtb. 

eifl'ricc, Cberukt-e Uemedy, %% per 
bou;-. or three hotU-.- (.ir %h. 

p^" Prlre, Ctieroisee Injeetlosi, W per 
bottle, or thrte ImtUes for f 5. 

Bent by Expresa to any address on receipt of price. 

rF" The Cherokee Remedy, <'beri>» 
ke4> Injection aud Claerokee <.'Hre, are 

•old by ail enterprising DruKKistj In the civilised 
world. Some nnprlnctpled dealers, however, try to 
sell worthlesa oompuuuds la place of tbeae : tbuae 
which they can puri hasc al a ck.-ap pri'"?, and make 
more money by seUinn, than Uiev can on liieej; med- 
^ioes. As yon valae your health, aye, Iha health 
of year future bffsp'^'>S, "io O"^ '"^ decelvd by such 
unprincipled Drui;«;lats, ask far therr n"liHn^$ and 
tiik( nn nlheri. If the Druggisu will not uuy thorn 
for you, enclose the money in a letter, and we will 
icod tbem to you by Bxpreas, securely sealed aad 
packed free from obeervatiun. 

LaiiiM or Gentlemen can addreas us In perfeat 
confidence, stating fully aud plainly their Uixeaaea 
and symptoms, as we treat all diseases of a rhronle 
nature In male or feauU«. Patleut s need not Si »iiata 
because of their Inability la visit ,us. as v« have 
treated patients gncccssfnlly In all portions of the «»- 
Uited globe, oy correspocideooe. 

ralieuts addreaslnf; u<i will please state plahily 
a|l the symptums of their complnlnts, and write P<>«t- 
offioe, Coanty, Slate and caaie of writer, plain, and 
Inclose postaite stump for reply. 

We tend •m.r 3S pa{ft Pamiihlel frtt U any ad- 
dreas. Address all letters for Punpkleta or advloa to 
the proprietors, ; 

Or. W. R. MERWIN A CO., 

^^ No. a Liberty atreet. Mew Tock. 



Bole Wholosale and Retail Agent, tor Saint Fnl 
to « horn all orders must t)e addreeeed. 
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THE SAINT PATJIi PBESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1865. 



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THE OIT 



A GHASTLY SPECTACLE. 



standing BuflTalo Decapitated. 



His Head on Exhibition in Saint 
Paul. 

Every one who has liTcd any length 
of time in the State or who is familiar 
with Indian affairs, haa beard of the 
great Chief. Standing BufTalo. the king 
of the pnurie, and leader of one of the 
most powful tribes in the Northwest. 

We were quite suTpriaed yesterday to 
learn that a fnend at Fort Ridgely, bad 
fowarded to Mr. Golcber, a bow and ar- 
row, powder bom and bullet bag which 
formerly belonged to that Chieftain, and 
as if not satisfied had added the head ol 
Standing Buffalo to the collection. Xo ex- 
planation of how or where these trophies 
were obtained is t iven to the public, but 
it is sufficient to know that th-y are now 
on exhibition at Golcber's gan store and 
were examined by numerous citizens 
yesterday. 

The hiir on the head is thick and 
heavy, and twisted in the usual style. 
The fierce flashing eye for which Standing 
Buffalo was so celebrated, is sunk in the 
socket so that it is scarcely visible, and a 
ghastly grin displays the teeth of this 
once powerful leader. The head is of 
large size, and even in death, severed as 
it is from the body, gives evidence that 
it must have belonged to a ruling spirit 
in the tribe with which he was connected. 
The bow, arrow, powder-horn and bul- 
let-bag are encased in deer skin said to 
have been prepared by Standing Buffalo 
himself. The whole collection forms a 
unique group and i? well worth looking 
at. Thus ignobly perishes a former lord 
of the plains. 

We leave *'Pax" and other Indian hu- 
manitarians to comment upon the taste 
displayed in the exhibition of these tro- 
phies. 

»■■ ' — - 

£L Xffeeting' of the Fire Department 
Association was held on Monday, May 22, 
1865. L. H. Eddy, President of the As- 
sociation, presiding. 

On motion a committee of three was 
appointed on resolutions. The Chair 
appointed Messrs. C. H. Williams, E. 
O. Partridge, and T. McNamee, who re- 
ported the following resolutions. whicL 
were unanimously adopted : 

Whekeas, it has pleased an all wise Prori- 
dence to wacaove Ciom our midst our late 
"brother fireman. John A. Peckham, therefore 

Retolred, That in the deceased we recog- 
nize all those fine qudli^ies which denote the 
firm friend and retincd gentleman. 

Resolved, Thai iu the important public po- 
■itioi ■ which the neceased ha3 t)een called up- 
uu from time t') time, to till in the Legislature 
of the State, and Conacil ot the city of St. 
Paul, he has secured to us inTaluable benefits 
and reflected honor upon the Fire Depart 
ment. 

Jtesolred, That we tender to the family of 
the deceased onr heartfelt sympathy in this 
their irreparable Iosk. 

Hetohed, That a copy of the above pre- 
amble and restjlutions be presented to the 
family and published in the daily papers of 
the city. 

E. O. PARTRIDGE, Sec'y. 

L. H.Eddt, President. 



RIVER NEWS. 

r*r« ef a*. P»bI. 

ARJirVBD. 
Itasea, Dnbnqne. 
Keokuk. La Crosse. 
MoUie Mohler, Carver. 
Oen. Sheridan, St. Peter.* 

DEPARTBO. 

McLellan. La Cross*. 
ItaHca, Dabnqua. 
Stella Whipple, Mankato. 
Mollie Mohler, Carrer. 

The river was istationary yesterday 
We were favored with a light rain, but above 
and below us it appered to have rained quite 
heavily, so that the rise may continue. 

Thb Gen. Sheridan was the only Min- 
nesota river boat which arrived save the regu- 
lar packet, but more are expected dowtx to- 
day. The Stella Whipple loit in the evening 
for Mankato. 

The War Eagle has been repaired, 
and as soon as the Diamond Jo, which left 
yesterday, loaches Dubuque, she will resume 
her place in the line. 

cleavings from our etcha:sghs. 

Body Fovnd.— The body of an unknown 
man— evidently of foreign, and supposed to 
be of Geiman birth— was found in the river, 
a dav or two ago, near Kichmond, in this 
county- Up«n the body were a heavy over- 
coat, with buttons of a peculiar make hickory 
shirt, overalls, heavy stoga botits. and other 
clothing to correspond. Sewed in his shirt, a 
sum of money, about «180 was found. The 
body wai interred at or near Kichmond, It 
is supposed to have been the remains of a man 
who jumped from a steamN>at on the down- 
ward trip, late last Fall.— IVinona Repvbliean. 

C.vPT. S. D. Vax Gordek made a trial trip 
to-dav with his steam ferry boat, having a 
numlier or invited guests on board. She 
made tho run to Castle Rock in about half an 
hour. — lad. 



BKinnesota Valley Road,— We 

learn that the iron for laying the track 
from Mendota to Belle Plain is on the 
way up and the first installment will soon 
arrive and track laying will be com- 
menced. 

The Valley road has contemplated 
reaching this city by the line from Men- 
dota down, which the Central road com- 
menced to build last year. This line the 
Central Company has failed to complete, 
and this season has suspended operations 
upon it. with the probability that if left 
to them it will remain unfinished for sev- 
eral years. The business men of the city 
will undoubtedly see that no such delay 
occurs aa it is of the most vital impor- 
tance that that portion of the line should 
be completed as soon as any part of th'- 
road is ready for passenger trains. 



Pianos — Attention is directed to the 
great sale of Pianos at auction by R. & J. M 
Warner. This is a rare chance to obtain a 
fine instrument. The sale takes place at Mack- 
ubin's block, at 11 a. m., Wednesday, 24th 

ult. 3t 

♦•♦ • 

Changk ot TncB.— The La Crosse 

Line of Boats will leave St. Paul on and after 
Saturday, April 29, at Ten o'clock a. m., mak- 
ing close connections at La Crosse with the 
Express Train the next morning. 

Through tickeuto all points East and South 
can be had of "• Tuoiirso!*, Agent. 

Important to Tratelers — One of 

the Splendid Passenger Steamers of the North 
Western! Line, leaves St. Paul, every evening 
at six o'fcloek. making direct connecti^^ns at 
Prairie au Chin and Dunlieth, with Express 
Trains for the East and South; limj as quick, 
«nd farcl as low as by any other route. Bag- 
gage checked through from Prairie du Chin 
and Dunleith.— Time guaranteed— Ticket 
sfBce or Jackson St.. one door from Levee. 
JAS. J. HILL, Ticket Agent. 

JBy X«I»irr*ph. 

Milwaukee, Apbil SI, 1865. 
7. C George, Gen. Pa**eng«r Agt., St. Paul; 
On and after Monday. April 24, the trains 
ot the Chicago & Milwaukee and Milwaukee 
& St. Paul Railroad connect at the same de- 
pot in Milwaukee. 

A. V. H. CARPENTER, 
General Ticket Agent. 
Travelers will see by the above telegram 
that they will not be subjected hereafter to 
the annoyance of omnibus riding through 
Milwaukee, making this route the shortest and 
most expeditious and pleasantest routes to 
Chicago and the East. Passengers leaving on 
the 10 :'10 A. M. boat will arrive in La Crosse 
in time to take the morning train, woich will 
land them in Chicago just 24 hours ahead of 
any other route leaving St. Paul same day. 
I. C. GEORGE, 
ap23tt Gen. Passenger Agt.. St. Paul. 

New Ice Cream Saloon. — Christian 
Schiller has opened a flrst-cIass lea Crbam and 
Eatino Saloon for ladies and g<;ntlemen, on 
Third St., between St. Peter and Market, 
where ae will be always ready to serve up in 
the best style, Ice Cream of all flavors, Water 
Ices, Marengues. Soda Water, Cold Punches, 
Lemonade, French pastry and all kinds of 
cake. Families supplied on short notice. 

All kinds of Fruits in their season. 

Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate at all times- 

mal-Snu 



Prealdent l.incoln as a Prac- 
tical Inventor. 

In the Washington correspondence of 
the Boston Daily Advertiser of Monday 
last we find the following very interest- 
ing statement, as showing one of the 
steps by which the Mississippi Flatboat- 
man grew intellectually to the full devel- 
opment of his \ owers as one of the great- 
est men ot his period. It is more than 
valuable, and may servo to demonstrate 
the fact that Abraham Lincoln was one 
of tho few exceptional men who could 
not fail to have ultimately cut out his 
path to distinction, determin tely. in one 
of the practical paths of life: 

"Occupying an ordinary aad common- 
place position iu one of the show cases in 
the lar^e hall of the Patent Ufiice, is one 
little model which in ages to come ««ill be 
prized as at once one of the most curi- 
ou», and one of the most sacred re'ijs in 
that vast museum of unique and prii-elcts 
things. This is a plain and simple model 
of a steamboat roughly modeled in wood 
by the hand of Abraham Lincoln. It 
bears date of 1849. when the inventor 
was simply known as a successful lawyer 
and rising politician of Central Illinois. 
Neither hi* practice nor hi.s politics took 
up so n iich of his time as to prevent him 
from giving much attention to contrivan- 
ces which he hoped might be of benefit to 
the world and a profit to himself. 

"The design of this invention is sug- 
gestive of one phase of Abraham Lincoln's 
early life, when he went up and down the 
Mississippi as a flat-boatman, and became 
familiar 'with some ol the dangers and 
inconveniences attending the navigation 
of tlif Western rivers. It is an attempt 
to make it an easy matter to transport 
vessels over shoals and snags and saw- 
yers. The main idea is that of an appa- 
ratus resembling a noiseless bellows, 
placed on each side of the bull of the 
craft just below the water line, and worked 
by an odd but not complicated system ol 
ropes, valves, and pulleys. When the 
keel of the vessel grates against the sand 
or obstruction, these bellows are to be 
filled with air — and thus buoyed up, the 
ship is expected to float lightly over the 
shoal which would otherwise have proved 
• serious interruption to her voyagej 
The model, which is about eighteen or 
twenty inches long, and has the air of 
having been whittled with a knife out of 
a shingle and a begar box, is bui't without 
any eleboration or ornament, or any ex- 
tra apparatus beyond that necessary to 
sIjow the operation of buoyin » the steamer 
over the obstructions. Herein it differs 
from very many of the models which 
share with it the shelter of the immense 
halls of the Patext Ot&ce, and which are 
fashioned with wonderful nicety and ex- 
quisite llnish, as if much of the labor, 
I and the. ^Lt. and affection of a lifetime 
had been devoted to their construction. 
This is a model of a different kind ; carved, 
as one might imagine a retired raiisplit- 
ter would wbittle,strongly, but not smooth- 
ly and evidently made with a view solely to 
convey, by the simplest possible means, 
to the minds of the patent authorities an 
idea of the purpose and plan of the sim- 
ple invention. The label on the steam- 
er's deck informs us that the patent was 
obtained — but we do not learn that the 
navigation of tho Western rivers was rev- 
olutionized by this quaint conception. 
The modest little model has reposed here 
sixteen years, and since it found its rest- 
ing place here on the shelf, the shrewd in- 
ventor has found it bis task to guide tbe 
•hip of state over shoals more perilous 
and obstructions more obstinate than any 
prophet dreamed of when Abraham Lin- 
coln wrote his bold autograph en .th« 
prow of this miniature steamer. 

" In the^ adjoining hall of the Patent 
Oflice rest the camp chest, the uniform, 
the s»aff of Washington ; the printing 
press of Franklin ; the mantle of Jack- 
son. There hangs the Declaration of 
Independence. ') o this final and fitting 
resting place, and out of its present sur- 
roundings of impracticable dishwashing 
machines, amazing arrangements lor 
stopping runaway horses, and original 
ideas for the improvement of children's 
rattles, we may trust this specimen of the 
handiwork and ingenuity of the man who 
saved his country and gave up his life in 
the fruitioR of the task, may presently 
be removed." 



The Inqnlsltlve Yankee. 

The following is a "new edition with 
improvements," of an old anecdote : 

A gentleman ndine in an eastern rmil- 
road car, which was rather sparsely sup- 
plied with passengers, observed in the 
seat before him a lean, sUb-sided Yan- 
kee, every feature of whose face seemed 
to ask a question ; and a circumstance 
soon occured which proved that he pos- 
sessed an "inquiring mind." Before bim, 
occupying the centre seat, sat a lady, 
dressed in deep black ; and after shifling 
his position several times, and manoeu- 
vering to get an opportunity to look into 
her face., be at length caught her eye. 
He nodded familiarly to her, and asked, 
with a nasal twang utterly incapable of 
imitation — 

"In affliction?" 

"Yes, sir," replied the lady. 

"Parents?— father or mother?" 

"No. tir," replied the lady. 

"Child, perhaps ?— a boy or gal?" 

"No, sir, not a child," was the re- 
sponse; "I have no children." 

"Husband, then, 'spect?" 
0" Yes," was the curt answer. 
0"Hum — cholera, s'posc? — a tradin' 
man mebbe ?" 

".My husband was a sea-fanng man — 
the captain of a vessel ; he didn t die of 
cholera; he was drowned." 

"Oh, drowned, eh?" pursued the in- 
quisitor, hp.sitating for a brief instant. 
">ave his chist?" 

"Yes, the vessel was saved and my 
husband's effects," said the widow. 

"Was they ?" asked the Yankee, his 
eycB brightening up. "Pious man?" he 
continued. 

"He was ; a member of the Episcopal 
church." 

The next question was a little delayed 
— but it came : 

"Don't you think you'\egre-e-at cause 
to be thankful that he was a pious man 
and saved his chist ?" 

"I do," said the lady abruptly, and 
turned her head to look out of the car 
window. 

The indefatigable "pump" changed hit 
position held the widow by his glittering 
eye once more, and propounded one 
more query, in a little lower tone, with 
his bead slightly inclined forward over 
the back of the seat : 

*'Was you caVlating to get married 



TO COUNTY OFFICERS 



NOAV REAJ5Y. 



Prepared by Official Authority. 



§i. §tt<rx SajjWiff (ttXwm. 



C HEAP! 



TA.X DEEDS, 

For January 8al«, 18C5. 

MARRIAGE LICEISSES 

AMD 

OE RTIFIO A.TES 

DKDKR 

IL.IS'TINO INOTICEIS. 



HHiiPl 




Xlae Preeii* Prlniliaar Co , 

Are prppared to furuleh the above and all other 
De«>d-i, « o tiflcates.and Blanki required by Coun- 
ty Ofllcors, AKso. 

MABRIAGE HBOIBTBT BOOKS 

Made to order, any Hixe or style of binding, ao- 
cvrdiog to predcrit)cd form, 

PROBATE BLANKS. 



agaiiiT^ 

"Sir," said the widow, indignantly, 
"you are impertinent." And she left her 
.«eat and took another on the opposite 
side of the car. 

"Pears to be a little huffy," said the 
unabashed bore, turning to our narrator, 
behind him; "she need'nt be mad; I 
didn't want to hurt her feelins. What 
did you pay for that umbcrel you've got 
in your band ? It s a real pooty one." 



LA IKOSSE k ST. PAUL 

PACKET COMPANY. 



THE PEESS PRINTING COMPANY, 

To supply a defldenoy longcxlstlng.have printed 

and ready for sale the following Blanks 

for use in Probate Court : 

LETTERS OF GUABDIANSHIP. 

COMHISSIONEB8' WASRANTS, (with oaths, 

REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS, 

APPRAISERS' APPOINTMENT, (with eatht,) 

INVENTORY AND APPRAISEMENT, 

SEPARATE INVENTORY BY WIDOW, 

ADMINISTRATOR'S BONOS, 

COMMISSION TO SETTLE CLAIMS, 

LETTERS Oy ADMINISTRATION, 

WARRANT TO APPRAISERS, 

GUARDIAN'S BONDS, 

SALE BONDS. 

EXECUTOR'S BONDS, 
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY. 
For sale by the quire or single sheet. Address 
PXKKSS PRE?rTi:»« CO. 



H. KNOX T A7L0R 



Having l>een In New York at Just the right time, 
was enabled to bay hit itoek oi 



mm m mm wm 



at the lowest figures, and oan therefore cell them 
tohlsonitomers 



At Very Low Prices. 



. .' THE 

ST. PAXrX. PRESS 

BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFIC 

i. H D 

B I N D E R "Y", 
Briclgr€» Square, 

Cor. Wabashaw & Bench Sts. 



§eat (Eisntate, kt. 



= / 



REAX. ESTATE. 
AS oirg-an A. ^MEcOlond, 

A-tc^ntu and. Dealer*. 

SAi]>rr PAXJi-, mhvi^. 

EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION. 



Welbeg to call the i.ttentlon of oar friends and 
tbe pabllc to our extonsive 



BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. 



Oar faoiliUes in TYPE, STEAM-POWER 
PRESSES and MA1ERIAL are sacb that we 
feel oonfldent we oan exeoata 



All Descriptiions of PrintiDg 



AT AS .LOW PRICES 

As any hoase in the West,(and In style wariaat 
ed to give satlsfaotlo a. 



*-* 



CARDS, 



NOW IS TBE TIMK TO BUT, 



For when we have to purotiaee again we shall 
have t3 get lilgher prices. 



Having had ten years' exprrf ram In the Real 
EsUte Basinees In 8t. Paul, and having fadlitiet 
for transaotingthe busineHs in every county in 
the State through our correepondenta, we offer 
oar B< rvices to buy and sell Property pay Taxes 
negotiate Loans, oollect Rente, locate Land 
Warrants, and do all and everything m nnnota4 
with a general Real EsUte Agency. 

We Invite attention to our Lisu of 

"CITY k. COUNTRY PROPERTY" WOU SALI, 

And offer BARGAINS in both. Among then 

The best Business Comer in St. Paul. Also 

100 feet on Third street. 

150 feet on Seventh street. 

Lots in all the Bueinees rtreets. 

Farnidhed Houses, $1,J'00, $i,500, and $1>.0M 
each. ' 

Hoanes and Lots from $.300 to t2S,ooe«aoh. 
Residence Lots In St. Paul and elgewher*. 
Fnrms and Farming Lands. 
Mineral Lands. 
Pine landg, etc., etc. 

Parties wishing to sell or purchase are invited 
to oaii. 



HORSABT * 

St. Paul, Feb. 23, 1806. 



feb23-lvmT 



HEAiidiiMTiiBs m mm, 

AJr CAJVI£»»S. 



Capt. W F DAVIDSON, Prealdent. 

WM. RHODES. Sncretary and General Agent. 

Cap.. P. S. DAVIDS N, Superintendent. 



Thft Shortest and Most Comfortable 
Route to and from Minnesota. 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 



Veiiliry* — ^Mp^f Sonneberg was 
brought befoure Commissioner Cardoso 
yesterday on the charge of perjury. In 
order to relieve himself of the draft he 
swore before a Notary Public in Still- 
water that he was not a citizen and bad 
never voted. Unfortunately for Casper 
he had pre-empted some land and in so 
doing swore directly to the contrary. He 
waived an examination and gave bonds 
to appear at the next term of the U. S. 
Court in June. 

Personal. — Rub Munger who has 
been east to tune his "harp of a thousand 
strings" returned yesterday morning. He 
brought back some excellent pictures of 
Jeff. Davis in petticoats, and best of all, 
be didn^t forget to supply the Piuces with 
papers twenty- four boun in advance of 
the mails. 



MofNB-HA-HA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The only place in tbe 
city, w lere a full and complete collection of 
Photo( raphs of Minnesou scenery, Indians 
&c., ci r be had, of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Galler: \ No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photographs of onr late President 
at Mai tin's. tf 



AssanlU— Michael Sullivan was ta- 
ken with a belligerent mood yesterday 
momiog. and relieved himself by assaalt- 
ing Anthony Mackousky near Dayton's 
Bluff, with a stick of wood, stones, &c. 
His temper was cooled down by a ten 
dollar fine. 



Belligrerent.— Christina Krucke is a 
female of pugnacity. She has a penchant 
lor rows, and her last one was breaking 
ber neighbor's windows and ripping about 
the neighborhood generally. Captain 
Heck brought her up to the Police Court 
yesterday, and she was fined five dollars 
for her last freak. 

ZTew Building-.— Ground was bro- 
ken yesterday for a new building on the 
comer of Third and Jackson streets. It 
will have a front on Third street of thir- 
ty-four feet and will be eighty feet deep 
Mr. A. H Wilder is erecting it. 

■ »■» , 

Protestant Orphan Asylum.— 
The ladies of the city f),^-.',l reoieniber 
that a meeting is to be I • , t .« lecture 
room of tbe First PrcBOjiciAO Church 
•t 2 p. M. today, fcr the purpose of 
forming a Protestant Orphan Asylum. 
• » ♦ » » 

The 7-80 Loan dated ISth June haa been a; I 



T he lext, or third series, will bear date Ju'y 
ISth.and thU bank will pay Interest to that date 
at th.>fateof7.30peroent. on all sobscriptions 
This, the last loan, wlU, it ii sapposed, be taken 
in sixty days. 
Bowls the last chance to sabsoribs. 

FIRST NATIONAL ««NK5T. PAUL. 
Xar 17, IMS. „,g.,^ 



II A .L & McKiNNET. — Hall & McKin- 
ney surve up to-day. Mallard Ducks, Wild 
Geese, Count Oysters (best in the world) 
pheasants, ducks, turkey, (cold or hot) veni- 
son and porter house steaks, mutton chops, 
ham, pig's feet and tripe, tbe best cellery, 
mackerel and herring. 

Private apartment for ladies. 

Billiard Roonu attached, with Six Pbelan 
marble top tables, two four pocket (the only 
ones in the State), and carom (for amateurs). 

Li^ttort. — Spiced rum punches, egg nogg 
apple toddy, torn and jerry, sweet cider, ale 
imported, wines and liquors. 

novl4.lv. 

A BcaiNKSS FOR Salb. — Having made 

arrangemeaes to go Into bnslness in New Tork, 

we offer for sale onr stock of Clothing and Of nt&' 

Farolshing Goods at less than the market price. 

Aleo flxtoret and unexpired term of lease. 

EASTWOOD & MORRISON. 
St. Paul, Roger's Block ) 
8 doors above the Bridge. { 



NOTICE. 

TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE 

L. S. and M. R. B. Co. 

The annual meeting of the stockholders of the 
Lake Superior and ItissUsippi Bailroad Compa- 
ny will be held on the FIH.-T MONDAY OF 
JUNE next, being the 5'h day of the mcnth, at 
four o'clock In the afternooa. at the offl:e of the 
Company, In the City of St. Paul, tor tbe purpoie 
of electing Directors for the ensuing year. 

Dated St. Paul, Minn., May eth, 1863. 

BOBERT P. LEWIS, 
sat-Htfl-oaw tjnnea Secretary 

OrFlCB or bTATE Trbasurer, ) 
St. Paul, May IS, I8e5. (- 

Sealed Proposals 

Will be received at this office until Jane 1, at 12 
V, for the fhmisbing and delivery at the State 
Capiul of 

les Ooi-ds of AVood. 

The proposals must state the qaality, kind, 
whethergreea or seasoned wood, proposed to be 
furnished. To be delivered as leqnired by the 
State Treasarer. 

,CHA8. 8CHEFFER, 
miis-td Treasurer 



Onld and Hatch. 

The Richmond correspondent of the 
Philadelphia Inquirer says : 

•* Oultl and Hatch are still enjoying the 
hospitalities of tbe authorities of Libby 
Prison. The developments so far prove 
conclusively that somebody connected 
with the rebtl Exchange Bureau has stol- 
en three hundred thousand dollars sent 
into their lines for our prisoocfs, but the 
frien'ds of Ould and Hatch say it was 
Major Carrington, or Major Somebody 
else who committed the laceny. As Car- 
rington and the other scoundrels are not 
in custody, and not likely to be. they are 
convenient scapegoats. It makes little 
difference which of them stole the money ; 
some of them did, and they were all 
agents ot a Government whose head was 
an assassin, and even the infamy of steal- 
ing from helpless, starving prisoners can 
hardly descend below tban. 

"There will be a thorough and search- 
ing investigation into the affiirs of Ould 
and Hatch, and it will probably result in 
the solving of the curious financial pro- 
blem of how it was possible, on a Cap- 
tain's pay, and that in Confederate rags, 
for a man to keep a large and lu.xuriant 
establishment, revel in high play, losing 
oftener than winning, drink fine wines, 
drive fast horses; yet all these things, 
and others requiring money for their per- 
formance, this man Hatch did, yet Hatch 
was notoriously bankrupt, and his sole 
visible means of support were a Captain's 
pay in the rebel army, paid in rebel 



The LaCrosse & St. Paul Packets 

arc running 

A. DAILY LINE 

of large and splendidly fitted side- wheel steamers 
bHtw.en 

LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL. 

as foliows : 

IMOOSKS McLKLLA-N, 

Jai. S. Hatcher, Master. 

NORTHERJS' BELLE, 

J. B. West, Master. 

K K O K U K , 

Isauo Moulton, Master. 

One of these Steamers 

LEAVES LA CROSSE EVERY EVENING. 

upon tho arrival of the 11 o'clock Express Train 
from Milwaukee. Th'^y make close counections 
at the following points : 

with the Winona and St. Peter Railroad, for St. 

Charlva, H«cliratt>r aaad s*u(li«rM 

MlnnvaotA. 

AX REKD'S LA-NDINGr. 

with Clili>p''wa Kirer Dally Packets, 
lor Baa Claire; 

AT ITIESCOXT, . 

with the St. Croix Daily Packets, running to 

Uada»B, Htillww*.>r skad Xay- 

Isr'a FalU. 

AT HASTINTS, 
with Stages for Carlbanlaasid Owataaaa. 

AT ST. PAUL. 

with th"? St. Paul and Pacific R^Iroad, for S«. 
AnSlion.T. maaAupalla, An«l(a, SS, 

Cloutt. and Northern Minnesota, 

and Stagos for the Red Klver 

of the Morth. 

Also with 

Daily Minnesota Ri?er Pacliets, 

For. Sharopek, Chask*, Carter, Bkllk 

Platkk, Hkmdkusos, Lk Sueub, 8t. Pk- 

TEK, Mankato. Nkw Ulm and 

Fort Bidgelt. 



PENSION BLANKS 

ALSO BLANKS FOR 

BOUNTY AND BACK PAY. 

Xhe Press Printinij: Co., 

Have now printed and oifer for sale 

Tlio Onlv Colleotion of Pension 
31aixk8 in ttie JVortlxweat. 

Kmhracing the following : 

PENSION. 

CLAIM OF WIDOW, 

CLAIM OF MOTHER, 

CLAIM OF MINOR SISTERS, 

CLAIM OF MINOR BROTHEhS, 

CLAIM OF MINOR CHILDREN, 
CLAIM FOR INVALID PENSION. 

'Bounty and Back Pay. 

CLAIM OF WIDOW, 

CLAIM OF FATHBR,1 

CLAIM OF MOTHER, 
CLAIM OF BROTHERS AND SISTER . 

Svartgeoik^tt Ajffidavits. 

PRICE 7S CBIf TS PEK QUIKE— 6 CTS. EACH' 

4^ For sale by tbe single sheet, quire or ream 
Address 
mb2« PRESS PRINTING CO. 

SXEAIkl 

BOOK AND JOB PRIIITIII6. 



rags. 



a ■ ♦ I • 



PROBATE COVRT— KAM8ET COJN- 
1 ¥.— In ibe matter of the estate of Abijatti 
iilakeinan deccARod. 

Allrer^ons having cla'ms against the estate oif 
said Abijah Blak>man are ht^ieby ^.otified thaii 
we, the undpr!<lgued, were, on tho 20th day of 
April, A. U 1«>«5, ■ppnlnied Oy the Judge of italtl. 
ProbiteCouri, Coimcissionerj to receive, exaui ■ 
iB9 and adjust all claims ana (iemaods of all ter- 
nons&gaiudt th« said deceased; that six months 
I rum and aftf'r said day havM been allowed and 
lslt<>d for cr.-<litor!< to present their claims to us 
fcr examinaticn andaUowance, and that w(^ will, 
oa th<; second and tour'h b.iturJays ot eac).i and 
Mv-ery munth, until the expiration oi xaid six 
untnths from this date, at th.- office of the Clerk 
t4 the Unit' d atates Circuit Court, in the City of 
/fiaiiit Paul, in the State of Minuesota, attemd to 
tb« dWcharge of onr duties as such Comnt'.s»ion- 
«trs> 
iMt«d at St. Paul, Minn , « pril 30. I8es 
WM, A. 8f K.\Cii,B, i 
U. E. UANN, \ 

(Ha()rti-7t Coiualaalotiers. 



The Pockkt-Book. — Scene First.— A 
young gent discovered surrounded by his 
friends, who are jesting with him regard- 
ing his attentions to a young lady. 

Young Gent.— " Boys, I'll just tell 
you how it is. You see. I care nothing 
lor the girl — it's the old naan'a pocket- 
book I'm after." 

CiiOKUS OF Friends.—" Ha! ba! ha!" 

Scene Seeond. — A parlor. Time 11 
o'clock, p. M. Young gent rising to de- 
part. Hesitates, aa if bashful, and then 
slowly remarks : 

••Miss Matilda, excuse me, but you 
must be aware that my frequent visits — 
my attentions — cannot have been with- 
out an object." 

Young Lady — "Ah, yes, so I've 

heard, and shall only be too happy to 

grant what you desire. [Fakes from the 

table a paper parcel, and unfolding it, 

displays a large, old-fashioned anH-^pty 

morocco pocket-book. 1 Th . I 'aTc 

been informed, is the obj" l. I'oiuu- ^c 

to present it, and con<j atulate you that 

you will in future ha\(; no occasion to 

renew these visits and aitentions." 

Young gent swo ns. 
^ 1 a 1 ^ 



One of the A-bove Packets 

I^ea-ves St. Paul I>ailj^, 

AT lO A. »I., 

on the arrival of the St. Paul and Pacific train, 
making close connections at La Crosse 

Witbi the Morning Train 

FOR 

IVIIL'W-A.XJKKE, CHICAOO, 

AND ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. 
This Company is also prorided with a large 
number of l.IGHT DKAUGbT, Freight and 
Tow Boats and iiarges, which will enable them to 
do buslnens with dispatch, whatever the sUge of 
water may be. 

Merchants Can Rely on this Line. 

TICKKTS can be procured to all points, at the 
Company's Ticket Office, corner of Levee and 
Jackson streets. 

CBA9. TU0SIP801V, 

Ticket Agent. 
* BORfJP 4c CHAmPIiISr, 

Freight Agents. 



WE HATE A VERT COMPLETE STOCK OF 



DRESS GOODS 



Cloths and Gassimeres, 



Brown and Bleached Mnslins, 



Ticking. Stripes, &o., 



Gloves and Hosiery, 



Tankee Notions. 



We also keep the celebrated 



"Duplex Elliptic Skirts," 



which we pnrohaeed after tha 



Great Redaction in Prices. 



We also have a splendid stock of 



BUSINESS, VISITING, fc FANCY COLORED 
CAKD8, Ji every variety. 



la Black sr Colored Inks, 

Of 9VM7 sls«. 

Ol'aU kinds. 

BILLHEj^DS, 

On any quality of Paper— prices accordingly, 

CHECKS, 
DBAFTS, 

INVOICES, 

1ULL8 LADING, 

DRAT TICKETS, 
and In tect ail desorl ptions of Mercantile Printing 



BOOK PRINTING. 

Onr Book Room Is well stocked with a fine as 
lortment of New T n;>e purchased this year. We 
have careful and experienced proof-readers, and 

nr facilities for executing all kinds of 

Book and PampMet Printing 

Are complete In every respect. 



FRENCH JACKETS 

At Camp's. 

SPEING aHAWLS 
At Camp's. 

BLACK AND WHITE BALMORALS 
At Camp's. 

FJEKEPTOK OOBSETS 

At Camp's. 

Thomson's French Elastic Skirt 

At Camip's. 

At Camp's. 

LADIES' BLACK GAUNTLETS 
At Camp's. 

Ladies' Paper Collars and Cnffs 
At Camp's. 

TV^HITE GOODS 

At Camp's. 

BLACK SILKS 
At Camp's. 

YIANKEE NOTIONS 

At Camp's. 

Cotton Goods of all Kinds 

At Camp's. 



RKVER PACKET. 



itri:¥3rct»oTA 

THE STEAMER 
M:0LX-IE MiOHLEIl, 

Capt. H. "W. Holmes, 

W'll run to the Kapids. connecting 
with the Steamers Albany, Ariel, 
Stella Whipple, F.n;erpri'e, and 
Chippewa Falls, making daily trips, leaving ft. 
Paul at 2 o'clock i'. m. Leaving Kapids at 4 a. M„ 
connecting with Stages at ehakopee for alt points 
on the atiionesuta Kiver. ,„ ^ . 

Freight rf celved at all hours at wharf Boat at 
foot of Jackson street, for ull points on Minneso- 
ClIA.iLES THOMPSON. 
Agents, BoRUr k C hamplik. 



Tlko I*ro»» Prlmtlnar Co. 

n order to keep pace with their rapidly increas 
Ingbnelness are constantly extending their fa- 
oUltles for Book and Job Printing. They have 
recently introduced Steam into their estabiisb 
ment , and pat np another of 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 
BOOKS. PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS, 

POSTERS, PROORAMMES, BILLHEADS 

BLANKS, BILLS OF LADING, 

CIRCULARS, 

And every other description of 

PLAItr AlTDORKAtiBNTAVSiPRINTINQ 

at moderate rates and at short notice.. 



Spring and Summer Sbawlg, 



Cloth Sacqnes and Circnlara. 



nr«]9 



Counl.y Officers 

will find as thorouj ;hly prepared to do all kinds ef 

Printingr &, Bindingr 

At as low prioes ai can be procured anywhere, 
while we warrant satlsftction as to quality 
work, Ao. 



At Camp's. 



"Want 



LAW ]?RINTING. 

BRIEFS, 

BONDS, 

AND LAW bLiANKS, 

rlnted and fttmlshed to order at the shortest 
Botioe. 



ALL GOODS CHEAP 
At John H. Camp's, 



No. 

mcb21 



148, maird Street. 



BOOIsL BIlVi:>EI«,Y 



ASD 



Blank Book Mannfaotory. 



ta River. 
ap°iii-6m 



— Governor McGrath bas called the 
South Carolina Legislature to meet at Green- 
ville, on Tuesday , 2.5th inst. 

— A State Convention to consist of 
delegates from all the counties in North Car- 
olina, is called for the 14th of May. 

— Edwin Booth, in a private letter to 
a friend in Washington, announces his deter- 
mination to quit the stage forever. 

— The Burlington ( Vt. ) Times says the 
fifty-five thousand deserters, under one of the 
last proclamations of President Lincoln, have 
within ten days past emigrated- firom Canada, 
reported at Capt. Qleaaon's ofllce, and return 
edto service. 




Consisting in part of strawbbrbt, black- 

BKRBY, CHKRKT, RKO BA8PBKRKY AHP ORAPB 

wink; pkacii, applk, chekrt and buck- 
BKUKT BKAsniES. Also ttn« Imported Bran 
dies, Gine, Port and Sherry Wines, 4c., for Me- 
dicin.l and Table uses, which are perfectly pure, 
and need only b*i tried to be appreciated. None 
tronuine, unless they have ■ ur Gold Label on 
the cork. Sold by aU drugsrists and dealers 
throughout the country, tall for our goods and 
Uke no other. Circulars to the trade suppUed 
on application to 

nnsuBirr pivtkim * co.. 

No. 21 River St., Chicago. 

For sale by aU Drnggflts and Grocers. 

aal4-nowdtwscw fsaw. 



Xlae P»re»« I»rintlit|C Co, 

Have In ancoessftiloperationthelargestand mos 
complete Bindery in Minnesota, embracing the 
latestandmostlmproved machinery. Employing 
only competent andoareftal workmen, and using 
he best material, they hope to continue to giv« 
satisfaction to all. 

PAPER RULED ,TO ORDER, 

AMU TO AHT FATTKKir, 

LEDGERS, DAT BOOKS, JOURNALS, COM 

MERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BUNK BOOKS OP EVERY KIND, 

MADE IS THE BEST XASNEB. 

Old BoqIls H-e-IBormd 

MtAOAZINES, PKRIODICALS, 

SOTSIO. &co.t A;o..l 

Bound in Any Style Desired. 



BASQUE T I NES. 



We shall receive In a few days a very fine stock of 



Black Silk Sacques, 



Black Silk Circulars, 



g Black Silk Basquetines. 



All of which we offer very low to eur custom- 
ers for cash. 



In addltlOB to ot r Book and Job OiBoe, we have 
n connection wit i the same an extensive and 
ompletely equipped 

BOOK BINDERY, 

And have in onr < employ a AiU corps of oompe. 
ent workmen. 

We are new am ply furnished with material for 
manuftoturing 

BLA-NK BOOKS, 



Of every description ior 

INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

EAILROAT COMPANIES, 

COUNTY AUDITORS, 

COirNTY TREASU 

MERCHANTS, 

BANKERS. 

MANUFACTURERS. 






Qmtcit Irdiol Cirnlu 
Em PublisM! 

l»Tlfl«eD-»« large 
letter pages for two 
3 cant stampa. 




D. C. Grbsklkav haa tbe Urgeat and 

best assortment of HoUiday Goods in the city, 
in Oreenleafs Block, near the Post Office. 
deelT.tf 



1 uuair BIviB'a Htcsllcal Advlavr. 

Gratuitous advice given In diseases ot the ner- 
rous, seminal, uricar}- and sexual organs, In the 
reports ot the Western Meoioal Association, 
gvhich are seat by ui^ in scaled envelopes, free 
If charge. The organization was formed to dis- 
pense new and reliable treatm>>nt, and is com- 
f>o8ed of the well known physicians, to whom all 
etters mast be addreased. 

DK:i. JACK40N, HERBERT k CO., 
febll-eodSm Jlox4S«,Clnclnnaa O. 



Persons fh>m a distance will find It for their iB> 
terest to visit the 



Cheap Cash Store, 



21S Third Street, 



Saint Paul, M:iiitieaota. 



ml6 



OLD MAGiZIIVES RE-BOVKD 

In any style or form to salt. 



RULING OF ALL KINDS 



Dene to order. 



ORDERS SENT BY MAIL 



PROMPTNESS 

In the execution of orders, and moderaMon in 
charges, are the terms on which WIMBISU pro- 
poses to build ap a permanent 

Oity Sxpress Sadineas. 

at Offloe In Sink's Grocery Store, 



'.Promptly attended to. 



Xhe Uaaieat of »t. PaiU. 

ABE BESPKCTFULLT laFORMED THAT 

M:R8. HtJMP»^:RKY 

HYGENIO FH ^ lelCIAN 

HAS TAKEN ROOMS AT TBE 

International Hotel, 

Where she may be found each 
"Wednesday fVona lO to 3 o'cloolc, 
by those wishing to consult a competent and ex- 
perienced Physician of their own sex, or by oth. 
ers who may desire the sen-ices of a Physician of 
tbe Uygenic or Water-Curd system. Mrs. H.'s 
success in treatment of diseases of her sex, and 
indeed all diseases, has shown that 'he merits the 
confidence and patronage of her afflicted sisters. 

Her practloe In Obstetrics has been extensive, 
and her success remarkable. 

lior the treat mfnt rf Fevers. Diptheria, Dis- 
eases of Children, >nflamatory Rheums tism, and 
all Acute as well as Clironic Oif>ei«Ps, the xystom 
she practices is inflnitely Eupeiior to any and all 
Others. 

Mrs. 8. R. Humphrey, M. D , and Dr. A. O. 
Humphrey are resident physicians at the West- 
ern U}geian Home, formerly Winslow House, at 
St. Antbony, and will attend cahs by lelegrapli 
or letter from ht Paul, or else* here within teach. 
Charges from five to ten dollars per day. 

Consalrations always free. Prescriptions from 
one to Ave dollars — to the poor, gratis, my I7€m 

J^8. J. muL^ 

Forwarding & CommissioD 

AGENT FOR THE 

NORTH WESTERN PACKET COMPANY 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, 

MIL. AND PRAIRIE DU CHUN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT CONTRACTED 

TO ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 

THE LOWEST RATES. 

4^ Overcharges and Damages promptly ad- 

iusted. 

Office and Warehouse on tbe Lower Levee, 8t. 
Paul. ap6-tf 

J. H. FERBELL ft CO., 

(ONMIsiuirMERCHAIITS 

FOR THE SALE UF 

Grain, Flour, Butter, E^gs, 

HIDES. FURS, 
AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, 

Particular Attention 

attention given to each department, i^araimls 
to obtain (he Highest Prices and make quirk re- 
turns. Our location is one of t^e be^t, and we 
respectfully ask a share of the trade of Minnesota. 

Especial Attention Given to the Sale 
ofGrain. 

Oonslgnments and Correspondence 8(>llcited. 
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■ We shall nseoitr best endeavors to give satla! 
t action to all whi i favor as with their orders. 



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SAINT PAUL, MAY 2o, 1865. 



TO aDVBBTISBKS. 

9m- ThU ptiptr ha* a VaU^, Tri- Weekly and 
WeeJkly cireulatUm netrty Tr»kl« that r>f any 
ether in Minnttota, ani therefore presents in- 
ueem'.ntt to a<tptrtit*rt w'ttch they loiil notflnd 
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ORABLE. 

By the frankness with which Gen. 
Sherman confessed the errors into which 
he wai betrayed in bis convention with 
Gen. Johnstoa, and the soldierly and 
cheerful alacrity with wiiicb he hastoncd 
to give eflfect to the views of the Gevern- 
ment the moment he bad ascertained 
them, he had already in some degree re- 
paired the moral const-q lecces of his mis- 
takes on that occasion, the worst 0[ 
which, as we said the other day, was the 
lending the poweiiul prestige of his name 
to the c'emand of the conquered rebel ol- 
igarchy for a recognition of their rebel 
Stats Governments, controlled by ihe 
very men who drew their States in o re- 
bellion. But once fully awakened to the 
mischievous conseijuences which might 
flow from his having publicly sanctioned 
ami seconded ibes* arrogant pretensions, 
he has not been content merely with a 
passive acq-iiesoence in the reversal o' 
his views by the Government, but 
he has seized the first appropriate 
public occasion to repudiate with 
all the warmth of a personal convic- 
tion and all the emphasis of official au- 
thority, the heresies to which he had 
given 8 formal but unconsidered assent 
« few weeks before. The telegraph 
brings us this morning a portion of his 
order to the rebel Governors, Mc.Jiath 
of South Carolina, and Brown of Geor- 
gia, who had just convoked their L«gis- 
tures o provide for the emergency crea- 
ted by the collapse of the rebel Govern- 
ment, with such legislation as the crisis 
seemed to them to demand. 

The way Gen. Sherman puts his foot 
down on this assertion of civil anthority 
by the rebel State Governments, is emi- 
nently refreshing. He takes pains not 
only to rebuke the arrogant pretensions 
of the rtbel authoritits to executive 
and legislative prerogatives ; but he sets 
forth the absurdity and impudence of 
these pretensions, in teniu sojnrushing — 
and with arguments so conclusive — as to 
leave nothing to be desired. 

He tells them tbat "all the loss and 
woe sufTereJ by the people of Ge'>rgia 
and South Carolina are chargeable" to 
these same rebel officials who "usurped 
authority to provoke war"; that "the re- 
storation of peace and order cannot be 
entrusted to rebels and traitors", and 
that the "men' who have caused so 
much woe will not be allowed the power 
to set on foot fresh acts of treason and 
rebellion." 

If we may regret that these considtira 
tions did not occur to Gen. Sherman 
when he formally agreed to "entrust the 
restoration of peace and order" to these 
same " rebels and traitors," it must be 
admitted that the emphasis and force 
with which he now impresses upon the 
rebels the absurdity of such an ar- 
rangement is admirably calculated to 
do away with any false expectations it 
might have excited in their minds. And 
in disabusing them of the fallacious ideas 
to which he gave his illconsidered sanc- 
tion in North Carolina, he has made his 
reparation to the nation as ample and as 
broad as the mistake he then committed. 
Few men living would have had the 
unselfish magnanimity or the courage 
thus exhibited by Gen. Sherman in mak- 
ing not only a public recantation of his 
own errors, but in rebuking them with a 
severity which leaves no other apology 
possible. And of all the glorious victo- 
ries won by Gen. Sherman none will 
bring him more enduring honor or a 
richer increase of tame than this stainless 
victory over himself, a victory of gener- 
osity, and ttlitb, and patriotism, over tb^ 
false pride and the egoistical self-will, 
which would have led a meaner man to 
seek a refuge in sophistical excuses, for 
errors which a mean man would neither 
have had t he courage nor the honesty to 
retract. 



THE— SAINT i^ PAUL PRESS. 




Alii &<..':.« ..A ill 



VOLUME V. 



SA.1ISIT I>^U3L, THXJRSDj^Y, MA^Y 25, 1865. 



NUMBER 119. 



ers to imitate bis example in this depart- 
ment of arboriculture. We have 
often seen these lemon trees at the East, 
and at all periods of their growth, but 
especially when laden with their golden 
fruit they form a most beautiful orna- 
ment, and at the present high price ol 
1 'mons it might be even worth while to 
laise them for market. 




TROPtCAK. PROUrCTH OF :*tM!V- 
5rB«OTa - A HVC< EHMFI L, AT- 
XEMPT AV RAISl^O ■.E.TIO.'CS. 

Years ago, Minnesota occupied ahou' 
the same position in the popular climato- 
logy as Labrad ^r or Lapland. 

It was impo!isibIe to make people south 
oi us believe that in this high latitude we 
co'ild raise an} thing but ice and arctic 
ferns. It took a good deal of ocular de- 
monstration to convince the mass of 
Hoosicrs that it was'nt "too cold to raise 
cawn up here." But we did succeed at 
last in convincing the Iloosiers not only 
that we could raise cawn but that we 
could beat Hootierdom in its own favor- 
ite staple. Step by step we have demon- 
strated that Minnesota is the best corn 
country, the best wb^at, and the best sheep 
and horsj and cattle country, in all cre- 
tion ; that we can raise melons equal to 
those of the Mediterranean, and grapes 
hardly inferior to those oisouthemFrance, 
and our climate has in fact developed so 
many semi-tropic<il peculiarities, that 
some malicious persons disposed to sneer 
at a luxuriance of vegetation which they 
regarded as a sort of climatic aifectation. 
-^hke a ragged Sweden putting on the 
soft airs and myrtle groves of Italy, — 
Lave ironically included oranges and 
dites among our staple agricultural pro- 
ductions. Our readers will agree with 
us that we are in a fair way to win even 
those crowning triumphs of our p'ferfect 
summer climate, when we inform them 
that a fellow townsman has already suc- 
ceeded perfectly in raising lemons. Mr. 
tlohn S. Fish, of this city, the accom- 
plished engineer of the Minnesota Val- 
ley Railroad, yesterday presented us with 
a superb lemon, twice or thrice the size 
of the foreign product usually displayed 
in our market, picked from a luxuriant 
lemon tree grown on his premises in this 
city, and which is loaded down with sim- 
ilar fruit. 

\Vc think he told us that bis tree bore 
more than twenty l^mon?, of which several 
were as large as tbat presented to ns. 
This fine tree was kept during the win- 
ter in a warm room of his house, and we 
ilr««( tkat bis stK««f> will •soourag* etfa* 



IKBXKS«nCE.1IBIVTS. 

AVe learn by recent arrivals from 
Washington, tbat Senator Ramsey was 
about to leave Washington for St. Paul 
more than a week ago ; but hearing of 
the Indian diiCcuUies in our State, and 
of the want of adequate force to make 
our settlements secure against their in- 
cursions, he determined to remain, in 
order, if possible, to induce the War 
Department to send a body of 2500 cav- 
alry to operate on our frontier ; and he 
bad great hopes of succeeding in this 
laudable and timely undertaking. It 
would be barely possible to overestimate 
the value to tbi)) State of such an aug- 
mentation of our cavalry force, which, 
undiT energetic direction, would be 
sufHoient not only to ensure the security 
of our western settlements, but to wipe 
the marauding SLnx from the face of the 
earth. Senator Ramsey, we are informede 
was to leave Washington for St. Paul 
last evening. 



Dispatches from Col. Pfaender of the 
21st. say that in accordance with orders 
trom Gen. Sibley, arrangements have 
be u perfected so that a large force can 
be concentrated, if the emergency re- 
i{uires, on short notice. 

The expedition sent to Wood Lake un- 
der command of Capt. Musgrove had just 
returned. They scoured all the country 
around Wood Lake, but found no In- 
dians. 

Company E, Second Cavalry, which 
was ordered from Fort Ripley to Ridgely 
was expected to arrive at the latter post 
on the evening of the 21st. 



Thr Secretary ol State has forwarded 
blanks for taking the Census, together 
with instructions, to all the County Au- 
ditori in the State. There is reason to 
fear that in some cases these documents 
have failed to reach their destination, and 
if any Auditor is deficient in this respect 
he should notify the Secretary of St ite 
at once, and a new set will be forwarded. 



Wr learn that Hon. Wm. Windom has 
been summoned from Washingto i to the 
bedside of bis father, who lies danger- 
ously ,\l at Sterling, 111. He designs to 
return to Washington as soon as the 
health of his father will permit. 



A TuKoNTO dixpatcb of May 20th says : 
Dr. Blackburn, of yellow fever notoriety, 
was to-day bailed in th3 sum of $4,000, 
and the case adjournal to enable the 
prosecution time to procure further evi- 
dence. 



Company K. ol the 23 J Veteran Re- 
serve Corps, has been ordered to be sent 
t3 Madison, Wisconsin. At the reqnest 
of Gen. Sibley, Colonel Averill has re- 
([ucsted the suspension of the order. 

Major General John £. Smith has 
been ordered to succeed Major General 
C. C. Washburne, in command of the 
District of West Tennessee. It is under- 
stood be will assume command on the 
first of June. 



A REPORT comes from Mississippi that 
Gen. Forrest was at Grenada on Sunday, 
the 14th inst., and would be in Memphis 
on the 19lb. This is another contradic- 
tion of the report of bis having been kill- 
ed. 



Gov. Vance, of North Carolina, has 
arrived at Washington under guard. 
His rooms are in the Old Capitol Prison. 
He has requested an interview with the 
President, and is as penitent as a whipped 
rebel can be 



Gen. Sueridan has been assigned to 
the command of all the forces west of 
tho Mississippi. A force will be imme- 
diately sent to Texas t} clear out the 
debris of the rebellion in that section. 



A DISPATCH from Fortress Monroe 
states that Alexander U. Stephens and 
(element C. Clay have arrived there un- 
der arrest. Clay was captured a short 
distance south of the Canada line. 



Senator Bamsky has our tbanki for 
valuable public documents. 



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Parties wIihlDK to make tb« trip overlsud to 
Kavfleid, Lakn Sapeijr, laa Had (euns, t>>iit°, 
ramping ut^a^lU Ac. by sppMnf t3 WEBB at 
DAILY a RvPBR'j pace. inay21Im 

r^OAT MAKBBS UTAIVTKD. 

Steady STmployxnent Griven. 

NJNE BUT FIBST-R4TiS hEBD APPLY. 

Minn.ipo is, Ma/ 20, 1S65. 

nM}2l Iw A. T. H^LE&CO. 

4i7ri -^ MO?rTM.— f want A gaztti eyery- 
♦P I " wh r«, at $70 a m'-nti. <>xpens3« paid, 
»j 8 11 Fi teen Art Met, t\io l)es-. selling ever of 
frtred. ►I'll part'fu am fre«. Addreiis <TI8T. 
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T A O A E 8, 

If you wish to preierve your Furs, Rob«8, 

(Hotlit, BlanketR. *c., from moths and other in- 

f ecu, go to Vawter a Ko-ie's and get a packet ol 

CEDAR CAMPHOR. 

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We have now on h«nd a large slock of 
Building Lunaber, Fencine. 

l*ickets, aco.. 
Which we off^r for sale at the lowest prices. 
Lumbsr yard on Klrnt Street. 

ANKKAT. MUBINSON ACLKMEITT, 
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PARTICULARS OF THE CAP- 
TURE OF JEFF. DAVIS. 



Alex. H. Stephens Captur- 
ed at Home. 



Clement C. CJay Surrenders. 



HIS WIFE ClALMS THE REWARD 



Mr^. Davis' Opinion of the Re- 
ward Offered for Jeff. 



STINGING ORDER FROM SHER- 
MAN TO REBEL GOVERNORS. 



The Grand Review in Wash- 
ington. 



FBOim UTASIIIIVCITON. 



Tke CirraBd R«tI«>w In WitaliliiK'toa— 
Il«>cr«t«r7 Ssiaasoa'a Rrauoral Urg-'d 
— DiaTia «• be Trl«d for Trviaaoa.— 
Svc. Hewiard »t Worlt—W. Ileward 
Apprised of (k« Aaaiasaiaaitan— Cva. 
A.««rian.— SbrrMMM's Ord«r to Hfbvl 
Ciovvrnor'a— Uia Scwsblnff R«boko 

to CiOT, BlOWB. 

Nbw York, May 23. 

The 2 ribune''s Washington special has 
the following : There will be 21 miles 
of soldiery, six abreast in the review Tues- 
day. 

It is said the superior officers of Sher- 
man^s army are urging the removal of 
Secretary cjtanton, and a demonstration 
of displeasure is looked for from the rank 
and file when they pass the ofhcial stand 
in front of the White House. This it is 
8 tid would have occurred to Halleck in 
Richmond, if Sherman had not warned 
that officer not to show himself to bi^ 
soldiers. Sherman's official report will 
soon be made public. It was wri;ten af- 
ter the issue of Stanton's manifesto, and 
consetioently quite racy. He explains 
fully his arrangements with Johnston. 

Returning rebels are becoming quite 
arrogant in Virginia. Manv ignore the 
organization of Western Virginia and 
the administration ol Gov. Pierpont. 
Trouble is anticipated from them. 

New Yokk, May 22. 
[^Special to TVmes.]— There is no 
doubi that Davis will not be tried in 
Washington for treason. 

Wa»hi.\gtox. May 22. 

The counsel for defence in the conspira- 
cy trial have suoimoned witnesses from 
every part of the country and will num- 
ber nearly iuO. 

Washington, May 23. 

As early as seven o'clock Tuesday 
morning, ))(>ople assembled on Pennsylva- 
nia avenue to witness tht^ grand Review. 
The morning is beautiful and everything 
in the most, perfect order for the march- 
es of the war worn troops. The avenue 
at an early hour had been washed by the 
tire department, to have ic bright and 
clean. In front of the President's bouse 
an immense stand Lad been erected, on 
the south side of the street, for the Presi- 
dent and the Cabinet, and for the gallant 
officers of Grant and Sberman who are 
to review the troops. The city is packed 
with people, all eager to give the heroes 
of the war a hearty welcome. 

The columns commenced to move at 9 
A. M.. headed by General Meade and fol- 
lowed by bis stafif. He was enthusiastic- 
ally cheered all along the route, the la- 
dies waving their handkerchiefs. Th*" 
chdi ren were assembled at the Capitol 
where they distributed bouquets and 
loose (lowers to the gallant men as they 
passed. 'J he soiled and tattere 1 (lags of 
the soldiers are proudly borne by them 
amid the cheers of the lookers on. The 
cavalry is the first iu order to pass in re- 
view under Gen. Merritt. Gen. Custar 
bears a beautiful wrenth on his arm, pre- 
sented him at the Capitol. In the vicini- 
ty of the stands at the President's house, 
a dense crowd is congregated. The av- 
enue was clear of vehicles and the march 
uninterrupted. 

New York, May 24. 

The Times Washington special has the 
following: The new Revenue Commis- 
sioner, Mr. Orton, will enter upon his of- 
ficial duty on the first of July. 

Mr. Seward will give his testimony in 
the cosap iracy trial next Thursday. He 
now directs affairs in the State Depart- 
ment. 

Frederick Seward was to-day notified 
of the assassination of the President, for 
the first time. 

Mnj. Gen. Logan has been put in com- 
mand of the army of the Tennessee. 

A special dispatch to the Philadelphia 
Enquirer rays the senior BUir was call- 
ed before the grand jury, of Chief Justice 
U. S. Court, and testified as to the acts 
of treason committed by Jeff. Davis. 
They agreed to report a true bill. This 
action is understood to be in conformity 
with the wishes of the administration. 

Washington, May 24. 

We had another bright day for the re- 
view. Fresh arrivals this morning aug- 
mented (he already large cumber of 
strangers that had visited Washington to 
witness the grand military parade. The 
tastefully decorated stands ne; r the Ex- 
ecutive Mansion were again occupied by 
President Johnston, members oithe Cab- 
inet, and Lieut. Gen. Grant, togetfe- with 
distinguished army and navy olficers, 
chiefs of Executive Bureaus, the Diplo- 
matic Corps and families, and others. The 
vicinity of the reviewing point was dense- 
ly crowded over a larger area than yes- 
terday, this locality being the most at- 
tractive. 

The Army of the Tennessee moved 
from the Capitol at 9 a. m., proceeding 
towards the Executive Mansion. At the 
side of the column rode IMajor General 
Sberman, who was uproariously cheered 
all along the line. The feeling at the 
sight of this hero was in the highest de- 
gree enthusiastic. He had been pre- 
sented with two large wreaths of dowers, 
one of which bad been placed around bis 
horse's neck. The other hung upon his 
own shoulders. 

Major General Sherman was accom- 
panied by Major General Howard ; next 
followed Major General Logan and staff, 
who yesterday assumed command of this 
army. Major General Logan appeared 
at the head of the command. His corps 
is composed of troops from Michigan, 
Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, 
Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin. 

The 17tb arm/ oorpi wm pra«Md«d 



by its commander, Major Gen. Blair, 
with his staff, followed by th« headquar- 
ters escort. The troops of the corps are 
from Ohio, Illinois, New York, Wiscoi.- 
sin, Indiana, Minnesota and Michigan. 

The next in review was the army of 
Gen. I Sloc'um commanding. The ^Oih 
corps was commanded by Gen. Mower, 
composed of volunteers from Connecti- 
cut, Vermont, New York, New Hamp- 
shire, Massachusetts, Ohio and Michigan. 
This was succeeded by the 16th army 
corps Brevet Major General J. C. Davis 
commanding. It was composed of vol- 
unteers from Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, 
Michigan, New York, Minnesota and 
Kentucky. 

The respective commanders of the ar- 
my divi^ions ayd brigades bore upcn 
their pertoi.s profusions of flowers, and 
as they passed along the line cheers were 
given and flags waved. 

The army represented all branches and 
divisions of the s'srvice — cavalry and in- 
fantry with sufficient artillery in trimming 
and appointments, to relieve the general 
samenco of uniform, and several regi- 
ments of colored troops contributed to 
the general effect. A train of pontoon 
bridges, ambulances, and even heavy 

funs, were atranged in the procession, 
here was a fair representation of the 
spade and axe department, being csrried 
on the shoulders of both white and t^lack 
soldiers. Much amusement was occa- 
sioned by a display of pack horses and 
mules. They were all heavily loaded 
with commissary supplies ; also three 
coons which were tied to the saddles. 
These were the pets of the soldiers. 

Two black soldiers of large size, rid- 
ing very t>mall mules, their feet nearly 
touching the ground, were regarded as 
the comic icene in connection with this 
part of the display, and occasioned gen- 
eral mirth. 

An interesting feature in the parade 
was the exhibi.ion of flags and banners 
of various organizations. Some of them 
were entirely new ; others were torn by 
bullets and reduced to shreds ; while the 
entire material of others was faded by 
exposure to the weather, or blackened 
by the smoke of battle. 

PETTICOAT DAVIS. 



ranhor Pariicalara of hU Capla 
Arroat of A. U. llSoptaras at lila 

boiat.. 

Nbw York, May 24. 

The Uerald'a correspondent says the 
camp where Jeff. Davis was capt jred was 
situated in a pine forest on the side of the 
Abbeyville road about one mile from Ir- 
winville, Irwin county, Ga. It cinsist- 
ed of one wall tent containing only the 
arch traitor and his family, and an ordi- 
nary fly containing the male portion of 
the caravan. Surrounding and contigu- 
ous to them were two cannon, army wag- 
ons, two ambulances and several btfrses 
and mules, with the usual amount of 
camp paraphernalia, such as saddles, bri- 
dles, barneys, cooking utensils, &c. 

Davis himself. Postmaster Regan, with 
the two Colonels Lubback and Johnson, 
A. D. C, hf d only overtaken the party 
the night before, aft€r a fatiguing jour- 
ney from Washington, Ga , where they 
bad been to settle some business, while 
Mrs. Davis, with the children and 8«rv- 
ants, had pushed forward under the pro- 
tection and escort of private secretary 
Harrison and a few of the faithful, such 
as Lieutenants Hathaway, Shipman, 
Hall and about 200 servants and soldiers. 

It w.is probably at or near Washington 
when Davis dismissed his escort, and 
divided the spoils under the most pressing 
circumstances. Some of Stoceman's cav- 
alry were hard upon him, and he con- 
cluded to deceive them by letting them 
follow the body of cavalry while he and 
his friends travelled in company across 
the country and joined his family. 

When Regan asked permission to ac- 
company Davis to Washington and ex- 
pressed his obligations on receiving it. 
Gen. Wilson said to him "you are under 
no obligations, sir, for I should have sent 
you whether you wauted to go or not ; 
you are a civilian prisoner, and he 
(David) is a prisoner both military and 
civil. 

Mrs. Clay remarked jocularly that as 
she had brought in her husband she would 
like the reward offered for him, to which 
Mrs. Davis responded "yes, one hundred 
thousand dollars would be considerable 
of an amount of pocket money to us un- 
fortunates now. I sold my harness, car- 
riage, silver-ware and jewelry for what 
little money I Lad, and that has been 
btolcn from me." 

Stephens was arrested on his plantation 
only a short distance from Atlanta by a 
squad from Gen. Upton's men under a 
Captain and staff officer, whose name I 
have foi gotten. Stephens made no effort 
to escape, but was found at bis house 
quietly smoking his meerschaum ; he had 
no companions save two negro servants 
and a dog, and lived almost entirely in 
solitude. Stephens says, when he went to 
Hampton Roads in compaiy with Judge 
Campbell and Hon. R. M. T Hunter, to 
meet President Lincoln, he could have 
made satisfactory terms of peace in five 
minutes, but he was not, however, clothed 
with proper official authority, and hence 
his mission failed. 



FROiVI THE SOUTH. 



SurrfiLlrr rt R«-b«>l Beats— A Dis- 
g'urat«>d Kvbol— Uoloa HI««iliir a* 
Mcloia— KeiuroiBr Roasoa la Ctoor- 

New York, May 23. 

The Herald^g Mobile correspondent 
says there is a fleet in the Tombigbee 
river consisting of twelve vessels. The 
Commodore and one hundred and fifty 
other officers of the rebel navy surrender- 
ed with their vessels and were paroled. 
The vessels numbered twelve. 

Col. Gesdes of Gen. Beauregard's 
staff left in tharge of his headquarters at 
Selma, has arrived at Mobile, having 
been captured and paroled. He is going 
north. He expresses himself as thorough- 
ly disgusted with the rebel service, and 
says tbat he has lean ed from the sad ex- 
perie;:- p of the past four years the good- 
!<.t^.s ;.;i.( gruatness of the old Union. 

A L.rge number of the citizens of Dal- 
las county assembled at f elma on the 
lOih insr., and passed resolutions re- 
questing the Governor of Alabinia to call 
the Li-giakture together with a view to 
the rc:itoration to their former place in 
the Union, .fudge Bir.l, an inlluential 
citizen, made a shoit address, in which 
he said "we have decided two questions, 
secession and slavery, both adversely to 
the South." He counselled conciliation 
and moderation, and said it depends 
really on the generosity and magnanimity 
of the victors whether conciliation and 
harmony would be permanent and sub- 
stantial. Thes-i are the sentiments of the 
people generally. 

Nsw York, May 23. 

The Eerald'a IVIacon correspondent 
says the people of the interior of Georgia 
are rapidly settling themselves to a con- 
dition of peace. Forage and provisions 
are being brought freely into the place 
occupied by the Union troops, and citi- 
zens are demanding a convention and the 
reconstruction of the State. Four of 
Capt. Travis' famous breech-loading can- 
non had been unearthed from a cemetery 
in Ma-'on, and the soldiers finding them 
bad asked permission to take them home, 
anA present them as trophies to th« States 
9f Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, add Mi^Kga^t. 



THE ASSASSINATION. 



TcalloiOPj' for tho Prosvcntioa not 
7Vt Cloaod— The nrfrnao to BrgiB— 
AdJoHraMoatof tbo Coort ttlljlbora* 
•i»7. 

Washington, May 23. 

Court met at 10 :30 this morning. Mr. 
Aiken said that as the Government found 
it inconvenient to close its testimony at 
this time to show that a cor.spiracy did 
exist, but not with especial reference to 
the prisoners at the bar, he to-morrow 
would be ready to go on with the defense, 
as he was not disposed to waste the val- 
uable time of the court. Judge Advocate 
remarked that 405 witnesses wero yet to 
be examined with reference to the ac- 
cused. Some of them were id Baltimore, 
and some in this city, but the latter had 
not been able to cross the Itbe of the 
military review to reach this place. 

The testimony taken yesterday was 
read. Mr. Ewing made a rt quest which 
was granted to have bis former statement 
amended, so it might appear that he bad 
asked that all the testimony against the 
accused, be introduced before tho com- 
mencement of the examination of witnes- 
ses for the defense The counsel for the 
defense, however, having no objections 
tbat testimony as to a general conspiracy 
might be hereafter introduced by 
the Government. ,Judgp Advocate Gen. 
Holt briefly stated the difficulty of pro- 
curing the attendance of witnesses' at this 
time, and after brief cocsultatiwi court 
adjourned till Thursday. 



OEN. SHERIUAIV. 

Bla Ordor t« tbe IK«b«I Ciorornora— 
Ho dooao't R^ecoroiso tbeni aa mnch 
aahodld. 

Washington, May 24. 

Gen. Sherman, in his order to rebel 
Governors, says : 

"Tbe destitution and want now exist- 
ing in that State and what you call the 
result which the fortunes of war have im- 
posed upon the people of Georgia, and 
all the loss and woe they have suffered 
are charged upon you and your confede- 
rate rebels, who, usurping authority,pro- 
voked war from the enemy until compell- 
ed to lay down their arms and accept the 
conditions of your conc^uerors and pun 
isbment for tbe crimes of treason and re- 
bellion. That the restoration of peace 
and order cannot be entrusted to rebels 
and traitors. That tbe persons who in- 
cited the war and carried it on will not 
be allowed to assemble at the call of their 
accomplice to act again as Legislature 
of the State, and again usurp its authori- 
ty and franchises. l!klen who have caused 
ao much woe will not be allowed the 
power to again set on foot fresh acts of 
treason and rebellion. In calling the 
Legislature together again without per- 
mission of the President you have perpe- 
trated a fresh crime that will be dealt 
with accordingly, and if any person pre- 
sumes to answer or acknowledge your 
call he will be at once arrested. 

The new trade regulations for Savan- 
nah are working most satisfactorily. 
Silver is plenty in Augusta for change, 
and greenbacks are at par. 

FROin SAVANNAH. 



Hadaatr.r RorlTlnar la Ovoryla — Cap- 
tnro of l|l«-»<>,000 of HvbrI N|i.>t-lo 
—Oca. bboraaaa'a J''r«edoiu Or<l«r. 

New York, May 21. 

The steamer Amerii a brings Savannah 
dates of the 20th. 

The Savannah Herald has late advices 
from Augufta. The country between 
Savannah and Augusta is filled with rebel 
discharged soldiers returning home. 

Nearly all tbe farmers have put in 
large amounts of seed, mostly corn, rice 
and vegetables. Some have plaited 
cotton, the first in four years. But few 
slaves have skedaddled. 

Great excitement was caused at Au- 
gusta by the announcement of the cap- 
ture of Jeff. Davis. A wagon contain- 
ing two hundred and forty three thou- 
sand dollars of specie belonging to the 
rebel Government, was found in a by- 
way, and turned over to Gen. Moline. 

Cxen. Sherman has issued an order 
declaring null and void the proclamations 
issued by the self-styled (xovernmeiits of 
South Carolina, Georgia and Florida; 
and also declaring that tbe people of the 
black race are free citizens, and will be 
protected m their freedom and fruits of 
their industry by Government. 

FBOITI NORTH CAROLINA. 



RoorraaiEailoB of Hocl#t.r— Pollltcal 
Rccoaatructlaa— Icboflrld to the .!¥«• 
ffrora. 

New York, May 24. 
The North Carolina correspondent of< 
the Z/era/(2 continues to furnish interest- 
ing accounts of the Progress of events in 
that state, attendant on tbu efforts of the 
citizens, with the assistance of General 
Scbofield and his army, to reorganize so- 

«'etv and restore civil government. Their 
indidates for Governor Lave already 
been named, and tbe supporters ot each 
preparing to establish their claims. 

Gen. Scbofield, on the 10th inst., is- 
sued another order in regard to the col- 
ored people, informing them that the ac- 
quirement of their freedom, imposes obli- 
gations which they must meet as well as 
conferring upon them the boon of free- 
dom, and they arc told that they will not 
b« supported in idleness, but must labor 
for the support of themselves and their 
families. 



Xka Yollow fever Plot. 

Toronto, May 24. 
Evidance in the case of Dr. Blackburn 
gives details of the yellow fever plot. 
The testimony of the principal witness is 
corroborated by tbe affidavits ot McCleary 
and W. J. Hall, both Southerners. The 
counsel for the defense admitted the evi- 
dence, but contended that there was no 
dtfcided authority in support of the prose- 
cution for conspiracy to murder in a for- 
eign countr} , and that it was not punish- 
able by the common law in England, un- 
less it was contemplated to murder the 
head of a govemmenf. 

FIro— Priaoaora Rol<>s-«.a. 

Cixri^r. Ill, May 23. 

Kingman & Co.'s pri.u. packing estab- 
lishment was destroyed by fire last night. 
Loss about $400,000, fully insured. 

Four hundred prisoners at Indianapolis 
were released yesterday after taking the 
oath. Four hundred more will be dis- 
charged today. 



Goa. Shoridaa la Sew York. 

New York, May 23. 
Gen. Sheridan met with a most enthu- 
siastic reception in this city last evening. 
The street in front of his hotel v; s filled 
with a den*e mass of civilians. The t^Jen- 
eral was called on for a speech but de- 
clined making an v. 



f orelffo IVewa. 

Halifax, May 24. 
Steamer China from Liverpool 13th, 
three -days later news arrived. A Mel- 
bourne dispatch ot March 2Stb, says the 
pirate Sha uandoah is cruising off that coast 
but announces no capture. 

Tolefvaph Opra to Sftoblle. 

Loi'isviLLB, May 22. 
The Southwestern telegraph company's 
lines are now open to Mobile and will be 
working to New Orleans in a few days. 



Panetarg k Commemal 



MONETARY . 



fByXelegraplJ.j 
Jf ftw York Hoaoj Siarkot. 

TUSSDAT'S REPORT. 

Nkw York, May 2.'J— 1 :30 p. m . 

R'ocks l>etter (<lnoe board. 
Muoer 5 per cent. 

'i'en-torty coupoDS 'il}i; 5:30 coapons lOHHi 
0'8 'yi coupons \i$}i. 
G jld opened kt lil.V and cIoEed at 132. 



TESTSRDA Y'S REPORT. 

Nkw York, May 24—1 p. m. 

GoliLopened at I3i^, rose to 134^ and clu««d 
at l.Tt.V. 

V. a li's of '«7 112; O'u of >m 110; «'s '81 oou- 
ponx l(iO; rpxistered VKifi; &:iO coupons 
103^i; n«w Usue 103>,'; 10:40 eoupons 98; 
Treasury r:30-)9S>X. 

Klve-lwiMity coapons, ncwlgsic. W^*i- 



Milwaukee Moaey Market. 

TUESDAY'S REPi^RT. 

Milwaukee, May 23—2 p. u. 
Goldbuylnf 1.2731.24. 

YESTERDAY'S REPORT. 

Milwaukee, May 21-2 p. m. 
Gold, buying, 130a 132. 



COMMERCIAL. 



[By Telegra(>h.] «- 

■o«« York Produce market 

Kkw York, May 2.3 — 1 S20 p.m. 

Flour 10g20c bPtter; $6.2536 35f or extra State; 
$0.9587 00 for R H O. 

Grmn— '\Vli(>U du'l and nominal; $1.70 for 
AmlxT Micl)lgtn. < orn' igac bolter, only Uni- 
ted supp'y; 7" 378c for new mi.^ud Wastern; oats 
Ic b«tter, flic for Western. 

Pork dull and lower: $2.'!.0i'a23.23 for new 
mes j ; $21.00 for 'C3 and >04 do ; $20.00 for prime. 

Nkw York, May 24—1 p. h. 

Flour 109 1.50 bPtfer. 

Grain— i*heat2g^bett'»r; winter red Weot- 
ern $1.45. Corn 132c better; new mixed West- 
ern 82.'. 

I'ork lower. 



SECOND DISPATCH. 

* Mkw York, May 24—7 P. M. 

Cotton dull and 182s lower, at £3654c for mid- 
dling. 

Flour lOiriScbettpr and not ve.-vnctiTe; $6.90 
86.63 (or extra sfat*"; $7.(557.25 for K H <» ; and 
$7.:>Oii9.' fortr^dc brands, the market clotini; 
quiot and gearc'ly so Urnn. 

Whisky hpary. 

V,R\\ —Wheat 2S.3C bolter and quiet. Oats 
unsettled, 233c lowe — 50c. 

Wool quiet. 

Petroleum declined. 

Pork opened deciJe>11y lower and closed with 
r8th"r Dior" llrmr.fss ; $2-'."'5&20.5 for new m"s«, 
closiiii^at $22.50 tor regular; $20.50 do ca»h and 
regular way,clo»lng at i20.0J cnsh; $25.o<Jfl20.5<> 
for prime; $?r..5'ig27.00 for prime m^R^. Heef 
haws heavy, 155 ;so. Cutmeat-i dull and heavy 
with Hal'^s of 275 packages; 1231.3c for xhouldert. 
Bacon dul'. 



FROI?I IVASIIVIL.LI:. 



Rail 



▲ Ririd T»at-Oa(h— Atlaata 
Head— Caerriilaa. &c. 

Cincinnati, May 24. 

The G'aze/^e^x Nashville dispatches say: 
The bill introduced in the Senate yester- 
day, requires lawyers, doctors, minis- 
tors of the gospel, and all persons hold- 
ing oflice under the laws ot the State, to 
take oath tbat they have in no way aided 
or encouraged the enemies of the United 
States, before they can practice or hold 
office. 

The Cumberland river is very high, 
overflowing portions of Nashville. 

The work is progressing rapitily on the 
Atlanta Railroad. 

Guerrilla parlies in tbat section have 
almost entirely disappeared. 

Gen. Robinson, of Kentucky, has re- 
fused to receive the surrender of Champ, 
Ferguson, and other notorious guerrillas, 
and notified them to leave his district 
immediately. 



CleaieaS C. Cloj'a Sarreader. 

Washington, May 2*2. 

The following is the letter sent by C. 
C. Clay to Gen. Wilson, surreadering 
himself : 

lA Grange,' Ga., May 17, 1855. 
To Brevet Major General Wilson : 

General: I have just seen a proclamation 
from the President of the United States offer- 
in>f a reward of $100,000 for my arrest on a 
charge of having, with others therein named, 
incited and concerted the murder of the late 
Prcbident. 

Conscions of my own innocence, and on- 
willing to fly from ju.stice, and conf.deot of 
my entiie vindication from so fonl an irnpu- 
Utlon, upon the full, fair and imparfia'. trial 
which I expect to receive, I shall ga as soon 
as possible to Macon, £0 deliver mtifelf uo to 
your custody. . "^ 

Yours, l^r^ectfully, 

• ,» C' P PT AY 



Mllwaakee ProSnce Market. 

Milwaukee, May 23—2 p. m. 
F!our dull but Arm ; No 2 sprinit $1.30. 
GUAi.v— v\ heat steady; Nr> 1 R-ringla store 
$1.24. Oats steady ; delivered 41 3440. 

Milwaukee, May 24—2 p. m. 

Flour firmer and moderately active ; country 
spring extra $^.70a5.75. 

Grain— Wheat ad'ancing; No 1 ppring in 
8'ore $l.24>^S!l'-5. OatH In etoro 39o and de- 
livered 4 Jc. Corn du!l ; delivered 55c. 



BaflfMlo Market. 

Buffalo, May 24—6 p. 11. 

Flour unchaneed. 

•in* IN— Wheat firm and mm^ aatlve, with 
Raleg of No I.Chicago t'pringat $1.32^1.3^, closing 
firm. Corn firm but quiet ; mixed 57g00c. Oatb 
dull ; no ^alex. 

Whisky dull, $1.90. 

Canal freightH unchanged. 

Imports— Flour 2 272; wheat 77,111; com 
143,870 ; oata 70,100; barl y 23.552. 

»;anai- Kxpo ts— Hour 2,0<X>; wheat 25,590; 
corn53,4<;0: oats 11,100; rye 7,.'wO- 



^m §^duertiisiemettt!EL 



DKSSOIiVTIOn or JPARTirKB- 
ship.— Ihe partnership h' retofore exift- 
Ing between the under^iirned by the nam'> of De 
Uraw & Judd, is ihis day di^HJived bym'itnal 
oongent. All cUim^ due t!ie taid tirm are to t>t< 
paid to the undersigned John De Grsw, who 
will 8e tie tbe businebs. 
Dated atay 23, 1865. JOHN De GRAW, 

K. E. JUDD. 



and rons of En {lIslimeB wishing to form a " 8t. 
GeorgB'i Socl?ty"in St. Fanl, are notlBed to 
attend a meeting to be held next Monday even- 
ing at 8 o'clock far that purpove . 
ALFRED MOORE. 



Ori'iCB SuPT. OF Indian Affairs,! 
S .. Fanl Minn., M^ 24, IMS. ) 

IS O T I O E 

To Pre-Eriptors on the late Win- 
nebago Beservation in Blue 
Earth County, Minn. 



CoDgress hav 
ated the sum 
cliimantij uade 
"An set lor t 
Home Eeserra 
Barth Toanty, 
given, that all ) 
und»r said ac- 
conie for>vard 1 
to them. 

m25 2t 



ing at its lata sesulon, approprl 
aece88ary to pat the awsrda to 
r the act of July 14, 18(^2, entitled 
he relief of pre-empto-a oa the 
ion of the Winnvbagoea in Bine 

Bliaoegota;"— Notice U hereby 
>er8on8 who are entitled to reliet 

of CoigresH, are requested to 
ind receive the amoant awarded 

CLARK W. THOMPSON, 
Sapt. Inrian Affairs. 



EXCELSIOR HOUSE, 



AT 



STxioeluior, IlCinnosota,. 



On the sout 
noted f jr its al 
liful Bcenery, 

OKOBG&: C 
plra-iure In am 
and the publii 
arrangement « 
opring Hack U 
and i<xoelfior 
Anthony on tl 
from St. Paul 
apoUf , g o'cloci 
aod Friday, an 
dinner at lo'd 
on Tuesday, TJ 
A. M., and arri 

ri«a-arc seel 
Rzcelslor Bod 
kle, ftc., for tb< 
air, being free 
a Quiet ard 1 



h t>ank of Lake MInnetonka, 10 
'undanoe of fiah, game, and beau- 

ALPIN, the proprietor, takes 
lounoing to bis numerous friends 
t generally, that be has made an 
ith W. B Williams to ran a good 
tweea St. Anthony Mianespalia, 
to wit : Leave the dei:ot in St. 
le arrival of the morning train 
and the Nicollet House, Mmoe- 
c A.M ,on Monday, Wednesday, 
Ivlng at the Excelsior House lor 
)ck, P.M. Leave Excelsior House 
lursday, and Saturday at 8 o'clock 
'e at the NicoHet House at 12 11. 
:ers and invalids will ilnd at tbe 
se sail and row boats, fishiog tao- 
Ir comfort and free use ; also pure 
from dust, where they may enjoy 
lAPPT HoxK. m2S.lw 



FOR, SUI*JBRIOR. 

Stagos for Superior 
Monday, ^tTednesday, and Friday, 

At '.' O'clook, A. 3VI., 

COSICECTCia TUERB WITH BOATS FOR 

Chicago, Detroit, and Cleveland, 

AND ALL POINTS ON THE lLkES. 

m:imjikiiota ataok co. 

St Faul, May 23J, 1865. ma24-2mo 

IM[ eOBLT.klVX IVOXICE 

TUCmSLT & HOFFMAN 

Woald respectfully announce that they have Just 
recelired a very la^e stock of 

TOBACCOS 

Ch.e\viiig & Smoking. 

We conSdent / state that we now have the 

Best Brand orChewirxg 
that is manufaturedin this coontry or any other. 

Our 3toolc or Sixiolcin4E, 

both for ext'>n ( and variety Is net equaled in this 
city. We a Iso make a sp< eialty <k trade in 

c j[ a .i^ K s , 

Both foreign and domestic, which we are now 
sallii g very low for the times. 

Give us t ca i. try us, and see for yours<>Ivei. 
49- Store at Tuctielt't old tUnd on Third St. 

F. w. tucui;lt. cuas. Hoffman. 

myltV^t 



sr V ■ ». 



A sitnationis Bookkeeper by one who has bad 
two ] ears' CXI erience. Goad references given. 
Enquire at hl aoflloc. ma2S-8t* 

THIC PROPJELLOR 

" F. ^S^r. BA.CHUS, 



»» 



Having been thoroughly reflit^dasd strength- 
ened the pastwint'^r, will make 

RKGITLAR TRIPS 

FOR THE COMINa SEASON BETWEEN 

Portage lake & Superior City, 

BTOPPlXG AT INTKRMRDIATE POINT8. 



Shippers 

will fid It lor 

" If the p Of 
us their piitron 

All inqiiirieg 
Capt. » Has. 
or Kl.E BRt 
CHAS. If. Kit 

S9-L..ke Su] 
sh'pped at low 

miy2I 3mos 



or Cattle and Lumber 

their intrrest to ship by our boat, 
leof the upper Peoinsu a will givo 
ase.th^'v canhavearef(uiarboat " 
•^hould be acdres^ed to 
E hIKTLAND,HouKhton,Mich., 
•THE as, Milwaukee, Wi-., and 
;E & CO., Cli''cago, iUiuoiR. 
>(?rior supplies Bjueht, packed and 
iiX rates and with dcpatch. 



Ij^ O R » A I. K . 

S,500 Acres Pine X^ands. 

We have the title direct from the Government. 
For salv in quiintltles to suit. 

Apply to SM I IJRY ft WOODBUBY. 



ma^6-3m 



Anoka. 



T 



V.K VE. PA1JI< XCB COMPAHV. 



I<niwb«r.— The lumber business wlU t>e con- 
tinued at the new yard on 7tli fitreet, two blocks 
we!it ot the lot^rnstioca , by the undersigned, 
who will keep a full supply of tiuilding lumt>er, 
cash, door«, m3ulding», lith. shlDglcs, fencing 
and fence posts always on hanJ. 

Tnankful lor pa"t favors, he hopes to merit and 
receive au increase of patronage in the future. 

ma 3t JOU:^ DE GUA.W. 

NOTICE. 

TO THE STOCKHOLDEKS OF THE 

Ij. 8. and JVL. R. R. Co. 

The annual meetio.g of the stockholders of tbe 
Lake Superior and tgisslesippl Ballroad Compa- 
ny will be held ©n the FIR.T MjNDAY OF 
JUNE next, b jing the 5 h day of the month, at 
ionr o'clock i-j the afternoon, at the office of the 
Company, i>j the City of St. Paul, lor the purpose 
of electing Directors for the ensuing year. 

Dated dt. Paul, Minn.. May 6th, 186A. 

ROBEKT P. LEWIS, 
pat-mS-oaw tJnneS Secretary 

OfFICB OP "^TATK TRKA^UKER, 

ST. Paul, May 15, ISv'S. 

Scaled Proposals! 

Will be received at this office until Juno 1, at 12 
M, fur the furniahing and <l^livery at tM Etate 
Capital of 

les Ooi-ds of* ^Wood. 

The proposals must s cato fue quality, kind, 
whethergrecB or eeasoni )d woo", proposed lo be 
furnished. To bo delivered as icquired by tho 
State Treasurer, 

CHAS. 8CHEFFEB, 
mal6-td Treasurer 



The nndcrsgned*havlrg purchased the Inter- 
est of Chas. t>< iBonds, will h'^reafter carry on tbe 
Ice Busine^iB -1 this city unJer the name of tb« 
tt Paul Ice Cimpaoy. 

CHas. EA'rON. J. R. CLEVELAND. 

at. fanl. Ma 7 22, 18C5. m23 tf 



IVJEVT FlJaM. 



CLOiK [STlBLISHMfNT. 



Ib Ikddltloa to 09t large general stock of 



DXl 



O O O I>S 



NEW GOODS. 

The subscribe -s have formed a copartnership ua- 
<lcr the firm name of 

GEO. BENZ ft CO., 

For the purpose of doing a 
WHOLESALE AND IMPORTING 

BUSINESS VX 

WINES AND UQUORS. 

Genuine Bbenlsli Wines, 

(Direct imp<rtation,) from Qengaany, (all the 
vintage,) kept constantly on hand: also, ex- 
traflne ■ » ^ ^ 

S randies, Sherry As Port "Wiiie, 

For medloloal parpoees— by tbe twttle, gallon 
or cask. 

As the annuner season is approsicblng, R«|tail 
Dealers and pi Ivate parties will do well ta ex- 
amine and purchase some of our 

CATAWBiL AND CLARET WINES, 

lor cooling Svmmer Drinks. nn .ini: 
Stor* No. 310 Third 8t»«et, 
Brovn's Block, St. Fanl. K(nn. 

«Ko. smx * CO. 



we have fitted np an ;extenslT« 

CIOAK'AIIDISHIWI KOOM 

, {where always can|be found a) 

FULL ASSORTMENT 

S A C C^ TJ JE2 8, 

ci:r,c u l ah, S, 
ba.sqxjeti1ves, 

FUEIVOH JACKETS, 

Also a fbll assortment of 

Sfisdes' and OKlldren's 

BXJOX<E TRTMIMINGSI, 

BUOr^E ORNAMIETXS 

And a fbll line of 

SUISIMER SHA^VLS, 

Wtaleh we are prepared torsell at aa 

LOW PRICES 

as they ean be purchased In this olty. 

Ghive U.S a Call. 
E IL. F E L T»S. 



Kay 3, 1802. 



Isfp-m2-2m 



7-30. 



7-30. 



or IHE GREATj 

n. S. 7-30 LOAN 

AT THE 

Fix-8t ^a.tiona.1 Bank, 

BAINX PATJL. 



The Be§t and Safest Investment 

FOR 

CAPITALISTS. GUARDIANS, SOLDIERS. 

and all who have money to spare. 
Interest Payable Semi - Anaaallr. 
No Taxes on. this In-vestme iit. • 
Notes in rums of Fifty Dollars and upwards. 
Bonds sent by Express fy«e of charge. Payment 
to be made In National Currency or Eastern Ex- 
change. Interett allowed on one and two yeara 
five per cut notes in exchanKi' for Seven-Thirties. 
M. B. TH0.11PS09I, Agent. 
mlO-tf-lstp 

F A. u, ivi: E Tt s 

Don't order until you see the 

WOOD'S 
Self-Rake Reaper I 

AJfD 

WOOD'S 
PRIZE »IOTVEIt. 

They are like General Grant, 

Victors in Every Contest. 
BI6EL0W, MURDOfK k CO.. 

mchlS l7-lst^ 



THE VERY LATEST 

Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting^, 

GENTS' FURNISHING [GOODS, - 

HATS AN^D CAPS, 
ATT COST! 

For the Nex^ Sixty Days. 

This is no humbug, a* the good« must be sold In 
order to raise moaey . 1 be public will do well to 
call and secure bargains before the best selections 
are gone. 

K. EcUford 

Third Stneet, 
Next door to Inger^oll's Hall. 
m9-«w-lst p Near the bridg' 

HUMANHAIRI 




r,. p. FRANKLIN, 

"^ridse Square, St. Paul* 

Wig Maker & Importer pf 
HUMAN HAIR, 4 

Wigs, Braids, Bands, Curls, kt^ 

MAHTJFACTUEID BT HIMSELF, 

A.nd warranted of tbe Best Material aad Wortc 

mansbip, at PRICEii WHICH OKTK OQXf^ 

■"ON. _„, . • ^ 

Orders by Mall or Express wIU receive prompt 

attention 

Prlv:ite rooms for t>adle*' Hair Dressing, Frls- 
Xing, Shampoo neanlDyplng. 

The only riBUWAi Dt K in the world applMd 
and for sale. 

N. B.— Gentlemen's Hair Cat with Jndgasent 
and taste. 

BJUDOE SQUARE. 8T. PAUL 

ap6-l#-latir 



GEO. BENZ. J 
F. A.RESZ. i 



>nm8i 



Mm 

StrRGTCAL AND 



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ALT I'UVMHA] 



sylV-lB 

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THE CITY. 

The UTeekly Press is ready (or 
delivery this morning. It contains long 
and interesting details ot the assassina- 
tion trial and a report of the suppressed 
testimony taken before the doors of the 
Commission were opened, full army cor- 
respondence from our soldiers in the 
field, editorials on the current topics ol 
the week, local news and a great variety 
of other interesting matter. Price $2.50 
per year in advance ; single copies in 
■wrappers fire cents. 

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. 



The City Scrip to be Imme- 
diately Hetired. 



Hrhat is to be Done ^¥ilh the 
Bogus Scrip. 



Inefieotaal Attempt to* Elect 
Market Master. 



In porsnance of the call of the Mayor, 
a special meeting of the Council was held 
yesterday afternoon, at which all the 
members were present except Aldermen 
Betz, Gross, and Slichter. 

A communication was received from 
the Mayor, advi:)in x that the committee 
on ways and means be instructed to retire 
the city scrip 

In this connection the President read 
the following, 

PROPOSITION FROM THE BAXKKR«. 

Resolved, By the ; ssooiated Banks and 
Banke-sof the city of St. Paul, tliac it is ex- 
peiiient to request the city authorities to retire 
and cancel the citv scrip now in circulation, 
and to etfect this purpose the following propt>- 
■iiion is hereby submitted to the Committee 
on Ways and Means, viz : 

That said Committee are hereby authorized 
to assess upon the Banks and Bankers each a 
rateable share ot" the seven per cent, bonds of 
said city in a sufficient amount to redeem 
4Jl5,OOOof said scrip, the f)onds to bear inter- 
est from May 1st, 1805, and payable in 
the city of New York and to be paid 
for by said Banks and Bankers in 
city scrip, the twnds to be delivered 
in advance if dt-sired; provided, how- 
ever, thai alt scrip so redeemed and retired 
shall be at once cancelled and destroyed. 

Resolved. Th.it the Banks and Brokdrs 
airree to the follonnng basis of distribution of 
said bonds, viz : 

First Naitonal Bank 89,000 

Second National Bank 3,000 

Marine Bank 2,0'JO 

Berry, Dawson & Co 1,500 

Willms Bro« & Dunbar I,.i00 

Bomp ^ Oakes I.oou 

Parker Paine 1,000 



The Ohastly Bead. — Hundreds 
of Out* citizens called at Golcher's Gun 
Store yesterday, to view the head of the 
great chieftain. Standing Buffalo, which, 
together witlj his bow, arrow and pow- 
der horn, are on exhibition there. It is 
a remarkable fact that decomposition has 
not yet commenced, though it is not ex- 
pected t> ac it can be kept much longer. 
It is supposed by some that the paint 
with which the Indians are accnstomed 
to adorn their faces and even the tops of 
their heads, has preservative qualities, 
and, eflfectually excluding the air from 
direct contact with the skin, prevents the 
decay of the flesh. 

A Doilitary gentleman who was for- 
merly connected with Hatch's Battalion, 
and who, during the winter spent at 
Pembina, being in the immediate vicinity 
of the bands of Standing Buffalo and 
Sweet Com, bad excellent opportunities 
thiough the Indian scouts, of learning 
the history of these chieftains, has pre- 
pared a brief sketch of his savage life, 
and left it with Mr. Golcher, for the pe- 
rusal of those who wish to hear of the 
bloody crimes with which he has been 
connected. Evea those who were in- 
clined to be shocked, and at first consid- 
ered the spectacle barbarous, acknowl- 
edged the justice ol bis fate upon read- 
ing this brief record, 



RIVER MEWSs.: 



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Total 819,000 

Resolved. That any balance of titv scrip 
which may remain after 81.5,000 shall have 
been retired, shall be protected until arrange 
ments may he made by the city authorities to 
redeem it «ichia a reasonable time. 

Aid. Berkey, chairman of the Commit- 
tee on Ways and Means, said there was, 
they supposed, from fifteen to seventeen 
thousand dollars of scrip in circulation. 
The bankers claim that the State banks 
are making arrangements to retire their 
circulation and that it is necessary to 
ma^e some disposition of the city scrip. 
He said that if not redeemed it would be 
thrown out, and it would theo, of course, 
greatly depreciate. 

Aid. Paine said the banks were impa- 
tient, there was no one to redeem it, the 
banks were determined to throw it out 
unless some action was taken concerning 
it. He thought the basis suggested was 
a good one and was in favor of retiring it. 

Aid. Fitz said he had known for some 
time that the scrip was discredited out- 
side of the city. He had supposed that 
there was more than S 15,000 in circula- 
tion and was surprised to hear that the 
Committee did not know bow much was 
out. He thought there had been great 
irregularity somewhere. If there was 
to be ten or even eight thousand dollars 
left after the redemption of $15,000, he 
was opposed to the proposition. 

Aid. Berkey said this irregularity was 
of five or six years standing, and was 
owing to the fact that no distinction was 
made at that time between orders and 
scrip. 

Aid. Murray said the proposition of the 
bankers didn't propose to retire it. They 
asked to have $19,000 in bonds and thy 
could carry the scrip or report it, and he 
didn't think they would report it. 

Aid. Berkey said the Council didn't 
propose to give bonds until they had the 
■crip. In reply to a question concerning 
the disposition of the bogus scrip which 
is in circulation he stated that after the gen- 
uine was redeemed they would then know 
how much of the forged issue was in cir- 
colatioo, and if there was not more than 
they supposed (fourteen sheets) the one 
hundred and fifty dollars retained from 
the salary of the lafo Comptroller would 
be used for its redemption. 

After some further remarks the follow- 
ing resolution offered by Aid. Fitz was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That the City Clerk be and he is 
hereby authorized to issue to the Committee 
of Ways and Means bonds of the city to the 
amount of 819,000, bearing interest at the rate 
of oeven per cent per annum, payable semi- 
annually in the city of New York, said bonds 
to run* not less than ten years, and the Com- 
mittee of Ways and Means are directed to 
coD.*.ummate an-angementu with the bankers 
upon the basis of their proposition bv which 
the city scrip now in circulation sha'll be re- 
tired on or Ijefore the first of July next. 

Yeas— .\ld. Berkey, Beaumont, Domiden. 
Fitz, King, Paine, Putnam, Reed and 
Wright— a. 

Nay — Aid. Murray. 

MAXXKR OF SIGNING NOTKS. 

The balance of the Mayor's communi- 
cation was then taken up. This returned, 
without his approval, the resolution pass- 
ed at the last regular meeting, requiring 
the Mayor, Clerk, and Treasurer to sign 
notes, on the ground that it did not con- 
form to the charter. The resolution was 
reconsidered and another one passed re- 
quiring the Mayor and Clerk to sign «nd 
seal the note, and the Treasurer and 
Comptroller to countersign it. 

MARKET MASTER, 

On motion of Aid. King the Council 
Tot«d to proceed with the election of a 
Market Master. 

A resolution offered by Aid. Wright 
fixing his compensation «t .♦.^o per month, 
''as passed. 

Aid. Putnam nominated Ad^on Gibbs. 
Aid. Fitz nominated R. P. Patterson. 
Aid. King nominated John Patterson 
'IheCouncU then proceeded to baUot 
"Wrth the following result : 

Ist. ballot. 2d ballot. 3d .io. 
Nelson Gibbs 4 3 '^'•"• 

B. P. Patterson 3 4 . 

John Patterson j 3 * 

Aid. Putnam moved to reconsider t Jie 
motion by which they decided to go i. ,»o 
an election. Thia motion prevailed ft Bd 
the Cooiual ftdfooned. 



Bword Preaeatatlon.— The mem- 
bers of the Pioneer Hook and Ladder 
Company forwarded, the fore part of this 
month, an elegant sword to their former 
associate Capt. Whetstone, and have re- 
ceived in reply the following communica- 
tion : 

Caxp 1st Minn. Vols., in the Field, 
Minson'u Hill, Va., May 17th. 
To the Officers and Hembcrd of the Pioneer U. 
k L. Co., No. 1. 

Gentlemen .—By the politeness of Capt. 
C. C. Parker, Ist Minn. Vols., in behalf of the 
members of Pioneer H. & L. Co., No. 1., I 
nave been presented with a inagniticent sword, 
sash, and belt, which I have been assured was 
the generous and heartfelt gift of the members 
of your association. 

For this acknowledgement of your respect 
;ind esteem, please accept my warmest thanks. 

While a member of your worthy company, 
it was my good fortune to form the acquaint 
ance ot many a well tried and true friend, ever 
ready and willing to assis; the unfortunate. 
The recollection of our many pleasant associ- 
ations have always been looked upon by me 
with pride and satisfaction, and while upon the 
tented field, or amidst the storm of battle, far 
awayfromthesceneofthr.se hippy days, I 
have often, within the patit fe .v years, rccall'-d 
to mind and cherished ns ouc of the proud 
acts of my life, my membership with the old 
P. H. & L., No. 1. 

In receiving this gift at your hands, I trust 
you may never have occasion to doubt the 
[ideiity and patriotism of him in whose charge 
you have seen fit to repose your confidence 
and esteem; fori will assure you, gentlemen, 
it shall never be drawn but in defence of a just 
cause, or sheathed while a hand is raised 
against Freedom, the Union, the Constitution, 
and the Laws of our country. 

I have the honor to remain. 
Very respectfully. 
Your ob't serv't, 
THOS. N. WHETSTONE, 
Capt. Co. D., 1st Reg't Minn. Vols. 
— »»» . 

D3ad Dogs.— We hear considerable 
complaint of dogs which have been killed 
by policemen being allowed to lie on the 
heroic spot where they fell for twenty, 
four hours or more, much to the disgust 
of long nosed individuals. We wouldn't, 
by any means, wish to dampen the ardor 
of the police in the work of slaughter, but 
chey should hurry around the dead cart 
as soon as possible after the demise. The 
offence is rank. 



P*rt •rat. Paal. 

ABRIVRI). 

Hawkevo State, St. Loois. 

Milwaukee, Dubuque 

Albany, Mankato. 

McLellan, La Crogse. . 
dkparted. 

Keokuk, LaCrosse. 

Hawkcye, St. Louis. 

Milwaukee, Dubuque. 
Stack of Water. — The steamboats 
report five feet from St. Paul to Hustings, and 
five feet and a half all the way down to La 
Crosse, with the exception of two places on 
Beef Slough, where it is five feet large. The 
rise below the lake has been but f .nr inches, 
while atxive it has been eighteen. 

The upper Minnesota has not done as well. 
At Mankato the water is as low as ever, and 
while the Albany was at thut place the water 
fell three inches at St. Peter. There continues 
to be three feet on the rapids. 

Il*c»ipta. 

Per Milwaukee from Dubuque: — C Andreg 
Ipk; K L Allen 1 do; Dr J J Bird 1 do ; 
E H Biggs 9 pks ; Bnraman St Weide 8 do ; 
Bell & Uro 1 pk ; Cooley. Carver & Co 25 pks ; 
Chippewi Indians 3 do; S Comstock 1 pk ; 
C M Cukhman 4 pks; S Dunham 3 do; Day 

6 Jenks 46 do ; a Eastman & Co 1 pk ; Fair- 
child & Co 4 pks ; J L Forepaugh 1 pk ; K G 
Gibbs 1 do; C L Grant 16 pks; A T Hall & 
Co 1 pk ; A Kelley 1 do; S B Lay! 10 pks; J 
T Maxfiold 2 do ; Munger Bros 1 do; D D 
MerrilJ .'i do; C E Mayo 21 do; G W Nicols 

7 do; J S Pillsbury & Co 1 do; C Pro:il 8 do; 
B Presley 20 do; C Roach 1 do; John Thoni- 
a8_2 do ; C Weide & Bro 26 do ; LB Wait 1 
do'; J E Whitney 1 do ; Wakefield & K 1 do. 

PiiNoa. — Attention is directed to the 
gtctxi sale of Pianos at auction by R. & J. M 
Warner. This is a rare chance to obtain a 
fine instrument. The sale takes place at Mack- 
ubm's block, at 11 a. m., Wednesday, 24th 
ult. " 2t 



Orphan Asyln to.— There was a good 
attendance of ladies at the lecture room 
of the First Presbyterian Church yester- 
day afternoon to consider the proprietv 
of establishing a Protestant Orphan Asy- 
lum. They decided to proceeded with 
the project and appointed committees in, 
each ward to solicit subscriptions. Furth- 
er particulars will be announced as the 
enterprise proceeds. 



BSnsic Store.— We are glad to no- 
tice that our citizens are appreciating the 
enterprise displayed by the new music 
store of Root & Cady in Union Block. 
Messr.s. Root and Elliot, who have charge 
of the establishment, are obliging gentle- 
men and are winning hosts of friends the 
longer they remain in the c ity. 

Their stock of instruments are of ex- 
cellent quality, and in sheet music they 
keep right up to the times, and custom- 
ers can find all the late publications on 
their shelves. They deserve all the suc- 
cess which they are meeting with. 

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CTnrrencyllCoveinent.— We under- 
atand that a meeting of the bankers of 
this State has been called to assemble in 
this city about the first of June. The 
object of this meeting is to make arrange- 
ments for retiring the circulation of all 
the State banks. It is the intention of 
the St. Paul bankers to throw out, after 
this meeting, all banks who do not make 
arrangements to have their bills redeemed 
in this city with greenbacks or national 
ourrency. 



Changs of Time. — The La Crosse 
Line of Boats will leave St. Paul on and after 
Saturday, April 29, at Ten o'clock a. m., mak- 
ing close connections at La Crosse with the 
Express Train the next morning. 

Through tickets to all points East and South 
can be had of ", Thompson, Agent. 

Important to 'Iravki.ers — One of 
the Splendid Ifesenger Steamers of the North 
Western Line, leaves !?t. Paul, every evening 
tt Six o'clock, making direct connections at 
Prairie du Chin and Dunlieth, with Express 
Trams for the East and South; timj as quick, 
iiud fare as low as by any other route. Bag- 
gage checked through from Prairie du Chin 
and Dunleith. — Time guaranteed— Ticket 
oflSce on Jackson St., one door from Levee. 
JAS. J. HILL, Ticket Agent. 



B'>ARD OF TRADE 

Of the City of Saint Paul. 

OFFICERS: 
President— T>. W. IngprsoH. 
lice Presidtnt—l'etei B'^rkey. 
Treasurer— U. Knox Taylor. 
Secretary— W, S. Combs. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Wm. Lee, B. Pre.-ley, 

R. O. Strong, Joseph Weide, 

J. B. Braden, C. D. Strong, 

A. S. Elfelt, S. L. Vawter, 

T. F. Cheritr«e. feb2 thtirs 

•■V^lAX. KOTXCXa 

For Fuss, Cloths, Caspet.s, kc,, 



CEDAR CAMPHOR 



L'.e it at iiuce .Multti \vliil« chorialiilii ere i' o- 
nomi.ally destroyed. Cedar Camphor is .otittln* 
to iQSect lif,.. All orufRisls sell it UAURIS a, 
CUAFMA^, makers, Boston. nii-J tu.thikslw 



Has Natire an antidote for acquired 
diseases t AH who doffer Ix'Ueve they ou^ht to 
andean be cured. The PL.vsTATiON B tter.s 
preparsd by Dr. Drake of New York, have no 
doubt benefitted and cured more persona of Dys- 
pepsia, Nervousness, Sour Stomach, Loss of Ap- 
petite, Sintlng Weakness, General Debility, and 
Mental Despoadency, tlian any otlier article in 
existence. They are cimposed of the purest 
root* and herbs, carefnUy oiepar^d, to bs tak-n 
•8 a tonio and gentle stimulant. They are 
adapted t j any age or condition of life, and are 
exteutively popular with icothera and persons 
of sededtary habits. m23-tu,th,8at-lw 



Promoted.— Second Lieut. Wilbam 
Shaw, to be First Lieutenant of Company 
B, Eighth Minnesota. 

Sergeant Rufus A. Mills to be Second 
Lieutenant of Company D, Eighth Min- 
nesota. 

We are glad to notice that our esteem- 
ed fellow-citizen, Benj. Thompson, Esq., 
after an absence of some months, has al- 
so returned. 

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PersonaL — Mr. S. S. Smoot, former- 
ly a resident of this city, but who has 
been living in Washington since the out- 
break of the war, arrived in this city yes- 
terday on a short visit. We are indebted 
to him for a package of papers. 

"We advise all to buy their clothing 
and furnishing goods at Eastwood &Mor- 
risoii's, where you can get the best of 
goods, at and below cost, as they are pos- 
itively closing out their business. This is 

00 humbug, put positive. 

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Sale ok Pinos. — The sale of pianos 
!« auction by R. & J. M. Warner was very 
successful, as are all sales entrusted to their 
charge. The following are prices paid : 

Cbickering & Son 485 

Grovesteen ft Co 291 

Hayes & Kider 267 

Gilbert & Co., second hand lie 

Prince, melodeon 60 



D. C. Obscnuiav has «be largest and 
best assortment of Holllday Qoods in the city, 
in Oreenleafa Block, neartl^e Post Office. 

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Milwaukee, Apbil 21, 1865. 
/. C. George, Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paul; 

On and after Monday, April 24, the trains 
of the Chicago & Milwaukee and Milwaukee 
& St. Paul Railroad connect at the same de- 
pot in Milwaukee. 

A. V. H. CARPENTER, 
General Ticket Agent. 

Travelers will see by the above telegram 
that they will not be subjected hereafter to 
the annoyance of omnilms riding through 
Milwaukee, making this route the shortest and 
most expeditious and pieasantest routes to 
Chicago and the East. Passengers leaving on 
the 10 :30 a. m. boat will arrive in La Crosse 
in time to take the morning train, woich will 
land them in Chicago just 24 hours ahead of 
any other route leaving St. Paul same day. 
I. C. GEORGE, 

ap28-tf Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Panl. 

New Icb Cream Saloon. — Christian 
Schiller has opened a first-class Ice Cream and 
Eating Saloon for ladies and g' ntlcmen, on 
Third St., between St. Peter and Market, 
where he will be always ready to serve up in 
the best style, Ice Cream of all flavors. Water 
Ices, Marengues, Soda Water, Cold Punches, 
Lemonade, French pastry and all kinds of 
cake. Families supplied on short notice. 

▲11 kinds of Fruits in their season. 

Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate at all times- 

mal-3m. 

MuTKB-HA-HA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The oniy place in the 
city, where a full and complete collection of 
Photographs of Minnesota scenery, Indians 
&c., can be had, of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Gallery, No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photographs of our late President 
at Martin's. tf 

Hall & McKinney.— Hall & .McKin- 
ney serve up to-day, Mallard Ducks, Wild 
Geese, Connt Oysters (best in the world) 
pbeasanU, ducks, turkey, (cold or hot) veni- 
son and porter house steaks, mutton chops, 
ham, pig's feet and tripe, the best cellery, 
mackerel and herring. 

Private apartment for ladies. 

Billiard Room* attached, with six Phelan 
marble top tables, two four pocket (the only 
ones in the State), and carom (for amateurs). 

Liquor*. — Spiced nun punches, egg nogg 
appletoddy, torn and jerry, sweet cider, ale 
imported, wines and liquors. 

novl4.lv. 



A Busineas for Sale. — Having made 

arrangemenes to go into busineos in N'iw Vork, 

we offer for sale oar stockci LiOihiug and Omts' 

Fur&i«hiiig Goods at leai tlian the market prloe, 

Al'o fixtures and unexp.red term of lease, 

EASTWOOD & MOJIRISON, 
St. Paul, Roger's Block i 
8 doors above the Bridge. | 



Saint Faul Marble Works. 

Ck>r. of Tlurd Sc KxcHanse 8t«., 

(Near the old American House.) 



All kinds of MARBLE WORK done to order. 

Particular attention given to CONTRACTS 

for large MONCMENTS, or any kind of FANCY 

or PLAIN MONUMENTAL WORK. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. 

Now U the time to leave your tipring or> 



ders, 



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DELAYED OISPATCHE& 

Occupation of Augusta^ Gra. 



100.000 Bales of C:mIoi4' Ten 

IVIillion' Dollars' worth of 

Stores, and part of JeflT. 

Da\'is' Specie Train 

Captured. 

CAPTURE OF GOVERNOR HARRIS. 



$600,000 
Stato 



Of state Funds and 
Archives Secured. 



Departure of General Sheridan. 



FROM l¥ASIIIIVGTOIV. 



Hb«rld»B'a Uftpartare iTrvdwrich 

H«>w'ar«l b«>tt*r— Tta* Blaira— Xortb 
Ciarollaw P*Usica— JTcflT. Davis. 



Washi.ncjtox. May 21. — \^SpeciaX to 
Tribune] — Slieridan left for Texas last 
evening. It is understood that he has 
authority to collect such troops as may 
be available in the Westerii Department 
and transfer them to Galveston, and 
thence to march upon Kirby Smith's 
forces. His entire cavalry force passed 
by his window at Willard's, yesterday, 
as a tribute of rwpect to their departing 
chieftain. On Saturday evening he was 
serenaded, and when called upon for a 
speech, merely said that he had been so 
long in the s.rvice that he had no timis to 
make a spet^ch-maker ol himself — which 
he regretted for the sake of this occa- 
sion. 

President Johnson, in granting respite 
to the Indiana conspirators, was only 
carrying out a purpose of Mr. Lincoln, 
and it must not be taken as a precedent. 

Frederick Seward had his wounds 
drtssed again without any apprehended 
bemorrage. His condition is considered 
very favorable, 

Gtn. Frank Blair is urged for a place 
in the Cabinet, while his brother, Mont- 
gomery, is also urged for the War De- 
partment. 

[Sptcialto Herald}. — The new Am- 
ncAty proclamation will apply to all who 
did not avail themselves of President Lin- 
coln's, and will be more strict in its pro- 
visions. 

[Special to Times ]— The delegation 
from North Carolina now in this city as- 
sert that the party known during the war 
as the conservative party in that State, 
was in reality composed' mainly of Union 
men who were compelled to assume the 
guise of opposition to the ultra advocates 
of secession, and that two years ago Gov. 
Vance was elected to his position as a 
professed representative of that party, 
but that he betrayed those who placed 
him in power, by becoming the tool ol 
Jetr. Davis. 

The first step taken in North Carolina 
for reconstruction, will be the appoint- 
ment of a military governor, under whose 
call a state convention shall meet, and 
devise measures for the proper amend- 
ment of the State Constitution, and the 
election of State officers and members of 
Congress 

Gi n. Sheridan's new command virtual- 
ly supersedes Gen. Canby in the com- 
mand of the military division of the Mis- 
sissippi. 

Gen. Canby has been assigned to the 
command of the Department of the Gulf, 
whiili ifclieves Gen. Banks, who is order- 
ed to report to the Adjutant General. 
The army of the Department of the Gulf 
is considerably extended and will here- 
after include several States heretofore in- 
cluded in other Departments. 

This act. on, $0 far as it refers to Gen. 
Banks, is of a military character, and is 
not done as ther result of an investigating 
committee, or because ol charges prefer- 
red or pressure brought to bear against 
*him by the politicians no«r here. Those 
parties have never had an interview with 
Gen. Grant, and he knows nothing of 
their views or wishes. This change in 
these several commands has been contem- 
plated several weeks. 
!H[Special to World.']— The detention of 
Jeff. Davis at Fortress Monroe is in the 
expectation that some time will elapse 
before all the evidence of his compliciiy 
in the assassination is collected. He will 
in all probability be indicted for treason 
by the grand jury sitting at Alexandria. 

TUE REBEL GOV. HARRIS C.\PTURED. 

Cincinnati, May 22.— The Commer- 
ciaPs Nashville dispatch reports the cap- 
ture of the rebel Gov. Hams of Tennes- 
see, and six hundred thousand dollars be- 
longing to the State treasury, the State 
archives, and all the State bonds have 
been captured. 



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ftt Deptfocd. for. the trial of Vice-AdmiraL 
Lestock. They were both arrested at 
the breaking up of tho Court in conse- 
fjneiTce of the above writ. The arrest of 
the President highly offended all the 
members of tb« Court. They met 
twice on the subject, resenting highly 
what Ibey deemed an insult, ' and 
drew up certain resolutions, in 
which tfaey expressed themselves with 
some degree of ai^rimony against the 
Lord Chief Justice; and th^ Judge-Ad- 
vocate was to deliver them to the 13oard 
of Admiralty, in order to their being 
laid before the King. In these resolu 
tions they demanded "satisfaction for the 
high insult on their l-'resident, from all 

Eorsons how high soever in office, who 
ave set on foot this arrest, or in any de- 
gree advised or promoted it," and dem- 
on.strating that, by the paid arrest, "the 
orJer, discipline and government of His 
Majesty's armies by sea was di.'solved, 
and the statute 13, Charles II., mads null 
and void." 

The Lords of the Admiralty were much 
displeased at the indignity offered the 
Court, and accordingly laid the resolu- 
tions before His Majesty. The Duke of 
Newcastle, by His Majesty's command, 
wrote to the Lords Commissioners of the 
Admiralty, wherein he says : "H:s Maj- 
esty expressed great displeasure at the 
insult offered to the court-martial, by 
which the military discipline of the navy is 
so iiHich affected, and the King highly dis- 
approves of the behavior of Lieut. Frye 
on the otca-tioii. His Majesty has it un- 
der consideration what steps may be ad- 
visable to be taken on this occasion." 

From the seijuel, it will app<-ar that the 
Lords Commissioners of the Adoiiralty, 
as well as the Secretary ol State, were 
not aware of the very great authority of 
the Jyord Chief Justice of Common 
Pleas, who, so soon as he heard of the 
resolution _ of the court martial, caused 
each individual member to be taken into 
custody, and was proceeding with legal 
measures to assert and maintain the au- 
thority ot his office when a stop was put 
to the process by the following submis- 
sion (signed by the President and all the 
members of the court) being transmitted 
to Lord Chief Justice Willes : 

"As nothing is mojc becoming a gentleman 
than to acknowledge himself to be in the 
wrong, so soon as ho is sensible he is so, and 
to make satisfaction to any person he has 
injured, we, therefore, whose names are un- 
derwritten, being thoroughly convinced that 
we were entirely mistaken in the oiiuion we 
had conceived of Lojd Chief-Justice Willes, 
think ourselves obliged in honor as well as 
justice, to make him satisfaction so far as in 
our power; and, as the injury we did him 
was of a public nature, we do, in this public 
manner declare that we are now satisfied that 
the reflections cast upon him in our resolu- 
tions of the 16th and 2l8t of May last were 
unjust, unwarrantable, and withont any 
foundation whutsoever; and we do ask par- 
don of His Lordship and of the Court of 
Common Pleas for the indignity offered both 
to him and the Court." 

This paper was dated the 10th of No- 
vember, 1746, was received in the court 
on the 14th, and was ordered to be regis- 
tered in the Remembrance Office, a memoj 
rial, as the Chief Justice then observed, 
"to the present and future 8j?e8 that 
whoever set themselves up in opposition 
to the laws, or think themselves above 
the law, will in the end find themselves 
mistaken." The letter from the court- 
martial, together with Judge Wille's ac- 
ceptation, were inserted in the Gazette of 
of the 15th of November, 1746. 



MILITARY VS. CIVIL TRIBUNALS- 



A Remarkable Case in Point 
in Britisli Jurisprudence. 



From the New York Tribune. 

Judge Bond of Maryland — widely 
known as one ol the most determined 
Radicals of that State— has charged the 
Grand Jury of Baltimore that whoever 
shall hereafter arrest civilians in that 
State and try them by Courts-Martial will 
be liable to indictment. This doctrine 
recalls a memorable instance in British 
jurisprudence of collision between a 
Court-Martial and a court legal, where- 
of the outlines are as follows : 

In the year 1743, Lieut. Frye of the 
British marines, serving on board tjje 
Oxford man-of-war, was brought to a 
court-martial at Port Royal, in Jamaica, 
by the captain of the ship, for having dis- 
obeyed bis orders in refusing to assist 
another lieutenant to carry . an officer 
prisoner on board the ship. Lieut. Frye 
had insisted upon the captain giving the 
order in writing. 

'The evidence produced against him at 
the court-m irtial consisted of the deposi- 
tions of a parcel of illiterate people, re- 
duced to writing several days before he 
was brought to trial, whicltrpersons were 
entirely unknown to him, he having nev- 
er, to his knowledge, seen or heard their 
names before ; and upon his objecting to 
this evidence, he was browbeaten and 
overruled. On the charge being thus 
proved, he was sentenced to fifteen years* 
imprisonment, and rendered forever in- 
capable of serving His Majesty. He was 
brought home, and bis case, after being 
laid before the Privy Council, appearing 
in a justifiable light, his late Majesty was 
graciously pleased to remit; the punish- 
ment and to order him to be released. 

Sometime afterward, he broughtan ac- 
tion in the Court of Common Pleas 
against Sir Chaloner Ogle, who had set as 
President at the court martial and obtain- 
ed a verdict against him for £1,000 dam- 
ages. It having been proved that he had 
been kept fourteen months in close con- 
finement before he was brought to trial. 
The Judge, moreover, informed him that 
he was at liberty to bring his action 
against any of the members of the court 
martial hu could meet with. The subse- 
quent steps in this case are still more re- 
markable. 

Upon application made by Lieut.Frye, 
Sir John Willis, Lord Chief-Justice of 
,tbe Common Pleas, issued his writ of ca- 
pias against Kear-Admiral Mayne and 
Captain Reutone (two of the members 
who had sat on the above court-martial) 
on the 15th day of May, 1746, while Ad- 
miral Mayne presided, and Oapt. Bea- 
t«il« tat as ■ m«mber of a ««att-iiurtul» 



Crockery Importing House 

WILL ^ELL 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 

4c., , 

A.t S^asterii Prices, 

with LZS9 than frelgat added ..k. large stock of 

GDable Ciitloi*.v, 

Oa,rl>oii Oil Ac I^amps, 
I.iookiuB' GrlatSMes', 

Britannia. Ware, 
Tea 'Xrays. A,o., 

for sale at Utest GO i.D PRI ES. 

R. IflAiaVIIV, 
189 & I'Jt Third street & Bench ttue , tt. Faul. 

tCptlO 

TO COUNTY OFFICERS 



NOW READY. 



Prepared by Official Authority. 



tjlX deeds. 

For Jannary Sale, 18C5. 

MAREIAGE LI0E:NSES 

ANn 

CERTIFICATES 

CNDKR ^ 

'1L.A.TV OF- lees. 



laX&TIJSlG NOTICES. 



ASSESSMEN'X ROLLS. 



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The Press Print iner Oo , 

Are prepared to furnish thn above and all other 
De«d«, Oe:tiflciteg,and Blanks recxuiredby Coun- 
ty Officers. Also, 

MABBIAGE BEGIfSTBY BOOKS 

Made to order, any rize or style of binding, ac- 
carding to prescribed form, 

PENSION BLANKS 

ALSO BLANKS FOR 

BOUNTY AND BACK PAY. 

The Press PrintinfS' Oo., 

Have now prlntod and olTer for sale 

Xhe Otxlv Colleotion of Pension 
31anlE8 in the Northwest, 

BmbraolBg the following: 
PEIVSIOIV. . 

OLATM OF WIDOW, 

CLAIM OF MOTHER, 
CLAIM OF MiyOR SISTERS, 
CLAIM OF MINOR BROTHEhd, 
CLAIM OF MINOR CHILDREN, 
CLAIM FOR INVALID PENSION. 

'Dounty and Baok Pay.' 

CLAIM OF WIDOW, 

CLAIM OF FATHER.l 

CLAIM OF MOTHER, 
CLAIM OF BROTHERS ANl) SLSTBR . 

JSurireon's AAlda-vits. 

PKICG ?5 CKJSfTB PKB QUIBE— S CTS.KACH* 

49-For sate by tb« single sheet, quire or rean 
Address 
' «nfi2« HRB88 PRINTINO (30. 

WOOIi CA.RBBD-On short notice, and 
in the b3 t mann jr, by th« siibicrlber at 
his new Cardlog Mill, thr -e quart-rs of a iille 
northwest of canaoa ftt^i vMAga, Ooodbue 



LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL 

PiCKlT COMPANY. 



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Capt. W. F. DAVIDSON, President. 

WM. KHODB8, Secretary and General Agent. 

Capt. P. S. DAVIDS N, Superintendent. 



The Shortest and Most Comfortable 
Route to and from Minnesota. 



summIr arrangement. 

The LaCrosse & St. Pan! Packets 

are running 

A DAILY LIISTE 

of large and splendidly Dttod side- wheel steamers 
betwf en 

LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL, 

as follows : 

3M009KS JyToLKLLAN", 

Ja^i. R. Hatcher, Mas'.er. 

NORTHKRNT BBIuLK, 

J. B. West, Master. 

K K O K XJ K , 

Isaac Moslton, Master. 

One of these Steamers 

LEAVES LA CROSSE EVERY EVENING-. 

upon the arriTal of the 11 o'clock Express Train 
from Milwaukee, Thy make close counectlons 
at the following points : 

AST ^VINONA, 

with the Winona and St. Peter Railroad, for St. 

Charl*a, R«»ch»*tcr land sonthvra 

9Iiaiif>aota. 

A.X RKKD'S LA.NDI2SrG, 

with Chippewa Itiver Daily Packets, 
lor JKua Cltftiro; 

.A.T l-'RKSCOXT, 
with the St. Croix Daily Packe's, running to 
Uadaoa, Htiliwat^r land Tay- 
lor's FmIIs. 

A.T HASXINTS, 
with Stages for CiaribaulCMnil Owatowna. 

AT ST. PAUL. 

with th« St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, for St. 
Aathany, Mianeapolia, Aoaka, Mt, 

Cloud, and ^°orthe^n Minnesota, 

and StagAs for the Red lliver 

of the North. 

AJso witti 

Daily Minnesota Kirer PaclietS) 

For Shakopkr, Chaska, Carter, Bklle 

Plai»k, UiiNnKKsoN, Lk Sueur, 8t. Pe- 

TEK, Mankato, Nkw Ulm and 

FOBT RiDOELY. 



One orthe A.bove Packets 
Lea^eis tit. Paul I>a.il:r« 

A.T 10 A. M., 

on the arrival of the bt. Paul and Paoific train, 
making close connections at La Crosse 

With the Morning Traiti 

FOR 

m;iltv"a.xjkke, Chicago, 

and all points eist and south. 

This Company is also provided with a large 
nnmbor of i.IUHT DKAUObT, Freight and 
low Boats and Barges, which will enaM- them to 
do business with dispatch, whatever the stage of 
water may bs. 

Merchants Can Rely on this Line. 

TICKi<.TS can be procured to all points, at the 
Company's licket Office, corner of I^evee and 
Jacks ju streets. 

CHAII. XH0.VPS01V, 

Ticket Agent. 
BOnCP dfc CHAIHPJLIV, 
Freight Agents. 



^UriVKHOTA RVVER PACKET. 

T H E S TK .\ M E R 

Capt. H.r'w. Holmes, 

Will run to the Kapids. connecting 
with the Steamers A'bany, Ariel, 
Mella NVhitplf, En erprie, and 
Ciiippewa Falls, making daily trips, leaving St. 
I'aul at 2 o'clock]', m. Leaving itapids st4 a. M„ 
ronnectinK with stages at bliakopee for all points 
on tlin Uinunsuta Biver. 

Kri'ight r. ceived at all hours at Wharf Boat at 
foot of .lackson street, for ull point:* un Minneso- 
ta Biver. t.HA .LliS IHOMP.-ON. 
ap2o-nm Agents, BoKUP » v H.\MPLIif. 



<3-JREA.T INEWB*. 



CAPTURE OF JEFF. DAVIS. 



Greenbacks as Good as Gold 



NEWGOODS 

JUaT KECEIVJSD. 



Having po^fec^ confidence that our currency 
wi 1 coon be worth its lace in gold, I wil 1 ell my 
entire s'ock ot 



IF 



J, tliVlIkUl VlillliliUI) 

Silver and Plated Ware, 
DIAMOJ^fD GOODS. 

FANCY GOOr>S, <fcC., &;0., 

AT PRICES BASED ON GOLD. 

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. 

I am constantly receiving 
]Ve^r Styles of" Ooodis, 

and invite all to call and examine. 

Particular attention paid to the 

REPAIRING OF FINE WATCHES. 

1 devote my personal attention to that branch 
of the business, and all persons leaving work with 
me can be sure of havingit d«ne qnickiy and well. 

Clocks and Jev^relry Repaired. 

Damon Grrcenloaf» 



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CHIiPin! 



H. KNOX TAYLOR 

Having been In ITew Toik at Just the right time, 
wa! enabled to buy his stock of 

mm m mim m% 



at the lowest flgures, and oan therefore cell them 
to his caitomers 



At Vory Low Prices. 



NOW IS THE TIME 10 BUT, 



For when w>'. have to pnrehaae again we thai! 
1 ave to get liigher prioes. 



WK HAVE A VEKT COMPLETE STOCK OF 



DRICSS GOODS 



Cloths and Gassimeres, 



BTO\m and Bleached Muslins, 



Ticking, Stripes, &c. 



Gloves and Hosiery, 



Yankee Notions. 



yi e also keep the celebrated 



•*Dupl<sx Elliptic Skirts," 



wbich we purchased after the 



Great Iteduetion in Pricef». 



We tlso have a splendid stock of 



Spring :ind Summer ShawU, 



Cloth Sacqne* and Circulars. 






mal6-tf 



Comer Third and Robert streets, 

S<. Panl 



County, Ulantiota 
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MimtMAX BALI, 



NEW GOODS 

JUST ARRIVED 

and fob sai.b at 

O'CONNER & KING 

Hive just opened a splendid assortment of 

Clothing) H<ats and Ccips, 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

Embracing everything in the line of 

Scarr-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Hosiery, 

and Gloves. 

Ttiey have also a IvK^ stock of 

Notions and Fancy (]iood8, 

which they offer to 

Dealers, Peddlers and Auctioneers, 

being confident they can tuit all. We solicit 

a call. 

Thir^ 8trf»et, St- Paul. 

Three doors above the Merchants Hotel. 

may9-3m 

-pcnsoirs wisiaxjro '• 

Fancy Toilet Soap, ^air, Xootlx 
or ^ail S rushes , 

Can find Just wtiat they want at 

VAWTES ft HOSE'S. 
ma7-tf 

Fonr leapod-hand Wagons, two Sledges, one 
Sleigh, two Cows and Calves, two Mares, one 
Horse, two Plows, one Feed Ontter, one 6X Oc- 
tavo Pia&o, one Melodeon. 



BASQUE T I IS^ES. 



We shall reoiive in a few days a very fine stock of 



Black Silk Sacques, 



Black Silk Circulars, 



g Black Silk Basquetines. 



All of which we offer very low to eur onitoin- 
era for caih. 



Persons from a distanoe wiU find it for their In- 
terest to visit the 



01iea]p Cash Store, 



SIM ThizHl Strest. 



Saint Paul, M:iniieaota. 



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PROMPTNESS 

In the execution of orders, and moderaUon in 
charges, are tie term? on which WIMBISH pro- 
poeei to build ap a permanent 

Oltr Blxpr«aa JBvutia«mmi 



§ta ffiijtafe,. &t. 



flEAJL. ESTATE. 
M:oi-sran A 3M<sdond, 

A.scontm and JDealera. 

sahvx- i»AtJL, muvn. 

EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION- 



Having had ten years' experl«noe In the Beal 
Fsute Business in 8t. Paul, and having facilities 
fortranuBcingthe businecB in every county In 
the Ktate through our correspondents, we offer 
our s' rvicen to buy and sell Property nav Taxes 
negotiate Loana, oolleot Kents. locate I,An<f 
Warrants, and do all and everything c<.nnact«^ 
with a general Real Estate Agency. 

We invite attention to our lAeta ot 

"CITY ft COUNTRY PROPERTY" FOR SALE, 

And offer BAK0AIN8 in both. Among them 

The best BuMness Corner In St Panl. Also 
100 feet on Third .-street. - * «"• •^•». 

160 feet on Seventh street. 
Ix)t8 in all the Business streets. 
eMh"^****^ Houses, tl.KOO, $4,600, and $15,000 

Hon«o« and Lots from $300 to $25,000 each. 
Residence Lots in St. Panl and elsewhere. 
J< arms and Farming Lands. 
Mineral Liands. 
Pinr- lands, etc., etc 

to^^^* ^6W»»« t« 8eU or pnrdiaf e are invited 
St. Paul, Feb. 23, 1865, 

Emmm for aol, 



FRENCH JACKETS 

At Camp's. 

SPEING ISHAWLS 
At Camp's, 

BLACK AND WHITE BALMORALS 
At Camp's. 

FRENCH CORSETS 

At Camp's. 

Thomson's French Elastic Skirt 
At Camp's. 

Aleacanclor'fii Hllcl Glomes 

At Camp's. 

LADIES' BLACK GAUNTLETS 
At Camp's. 

Ladies' Paper Collars and Cnffs 

At Camp's. 

^\^E[ITE GOODS 

At Camp's. 

BLACK SILKS 
At Camp's. 

YiANKEE NOXIONS 

At Camp's. 

Cotton Goods of all Kinds 

At Camp's. 

Every till mar ^T'on. "Want 

At Camp's. 

ALL GOODS CHEAP 
At John H. Camp's, 

No. 14.2, T'lklra Street. 

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JA.S. J. TUI^T^, 

Forwarding & Commission 

AGKNT iX>B. IIIE 
NORTH WESTERN PACKET COMPANY 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, 
MIL. AND PRAIRIE DU CHItN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT CONTICACTED 

TO ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 

THE LOWEST RATKd. 

4^ Overcharges and Damages promptly ad- 
Justed. 

Office and Warehouse on the Lower Levee, St. 
Paul. ap5-tf 

J. H. FERBELL ft CO., 

GENERAL 

mmnm mumn 

FOR TUE SALE UF 

Grain, Flonr, Butter, Eggs, 

r HIDES. $^URS, 
AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, 

Fartioixlar Attention 

attention given to each department. « -ur aim Is 
to obtain the Highest PrtoeB and make quick re- 
tnrns. Our loc >tion is one of f^e be»<t, and we 
respectfdliyaeka share of the trade of Minnesota. 

Especial Attention Gven to the Sale 
of Grain. 

Consiganents and Correspondence solicited. 
Office ant* w^^^*-* i* i>«»..h.,n Ktr*pt, 

ll-d,twA«lm CRICACIO, KX.Ii. 



ptASPJBB OB1IRX.IMK, 

Il^erchaiit rCailor, 

JackiSB Street, between Third Sreet and Lsrea, 
Saint Paul, Minnesota. 
N. B.— Dyeing, dealing Kllk and Velvet goods 
and all other goods. Particular attenHon nUd 
to the Steamboat trade. Will bay > ' 
ond band oljthing. 



BOOK AND JOB PRIITINS. 



Xhe Press Prlntinir Co. 

n order to keep paoe with their rapidly Inereaa 
tngbusineas are eonatanUy extending their fv 
dlities for Book and Job Printing. They have 
recently introduced Steam into their esUblish 
meat, and pnt np another of 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES 

We are prepared to Print ali kinds of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS, 

P0STK88, PBOQRAiUISS. BILLHEADS 

BLANKS, BILLS OF LADING, 

CIBCULAS8, 
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8AIMT PAUL. MAY 26, 1866. 



TO aDVBBTISEBS. 

*a- 7'Ai«p<v«rfci«o />a«», Tri- Weekly and 
Weekly circuiation nejt ly Tr*>Mm that of any 
othtr in Minnesota, an 1 Ihertffore prestnl* in- 
ucem^nts to advertittrt v'^ichthey mil notfimi 
tUewf'et t . 

01;M 1XDKA3I poiaccT. 

The Washington correspondent of the 
New Yook Iribune contributes the fol- 
lowinij curioas iatelligence to that paper : 

A movement of considerable magnitude, a- 
the heal of which is Hon. George W Julian, 
is in progress here, having lor its purpose a 
ButNtitution of the pacification for the annihi- 
lation policy in dealing with the Northwestern 
Indians. These gentk-men arc urjring upon 
the President and t^ecretary Harlan the ap- 
pointment of some intelligent and competent 
memU-r of the So<iety of Friends as Com- 
missioner of Indian atf.iirs in place of 
Mr. Dole. The systematic robberies of which 
the Indians have been victims for a 
terms of years, and the consequent niassa 
cres of which the frontier settlers have in turn 
been victims, are instances in proof of the ut- 
ter failure of the ciH-rcion policy. It i» uii- 
tUrstood that Secretary Harlin is decidrdtij 
fatfirahlr to the reforms urged by Mr. Julian 
and others. On the other hand, Ex-Senator 
Wilkinson of Minnesota clrims the nppoint- 
ment. if the government cDncIudes to main- 
tain the present hostile relations. Two prom- 
inent and active Quakers have K'en named 
by Mr. Juli.in and his ft-iends. one from In- 
djaua and the other from Pennsylvania. 

If Mr. Secretary Harlan nndertakcs 
to put into operation any Quaker policy 
of non-resistance and non-coercion in 
the treatment of the savage assassins and 
marauders, whosa butcheries of women 
and children have made one wide Acelda- 
ma of the Western frontier of this State, 
we desire to tell that gentleman, in all 
kindness, that he will have to deal, at the 
outset of his millenial dispensation, with 
something else beside Indians. lie will 
liave to deal, in the first place, wi h the 
people of Minnesota, who, it may be 
worth his while to kno>v. are not just 
now in a mood to be trilled with by the 
tomfooleries of philanthropic charlatans 
on this Indian question, or to per- 
- mit eccentric Quakres to practice wild 
experiments in impossible Indian I'topias 
upon our frontier with the assas- 
sins of our women and children. 
Not that we object to the experiment it- 
self. If in the mystic sect of Penn 
there still resides the occult charm 
wherewith, tradition says, the latter tam- 
ed the wild furies of the forest into the 
innocence of lambs and the gentleness of 
cooing doves, we are perfectly wdling to 
surrender the whole race of savages to 
the humanizing influences of broad-brim- 
med hats and the sacred sp>ll of the 
second person singular — but upon one 
condition. We shall simply in- 
sist upon it as a sine qua non 
that the projected Paradise of Indi 
ans be not established upon our 
borders, and that the new colony of 
Hicksite Sioux and Foxite Chippewas 
be planted among their sympathizing 
friends, the descendants of Penn, on their 
own pacific and bloo<]less soil. If they 
were domesticated near Philadelphia, for 
example, the distinguished Pennsylvania 
Quaker to whom Mr. Julian proposes to 
commit the pacification of the northwest- 
ern Indians, would then have an oppor- 
tunity, at least, to know something about 
Indians, a subject of which the nature of 
his proposed reforms indicates that he 
is as yet profoundly ignorant. 

We would almost veature to wager a 
few hundred dollars that this distinguish- 
ed Quaker from Pennsylvania, who is 
proposed as the head of the Indian De- 
partment, never saw a live Indian in his 
life. His visionary pacification policy i^ 
founded probably on a vague idea that 
the Sioux are a sort of pLrsccuted angels 
in breech clouts, lost lambs bleating for 
their dam, and only wanting some gentle 
shepherd in drab to lead them into the 
pleasant pastures of Christian sanctity 
and peace. 

It would be an excellent preparation 
for the duties of bis office to send him on 
a mission of love and peace to the Yank- 
tonnais at Devil's Lake. Being a man ot 
peace and a non-resistant, he would of 
course insist on going to this interesting 
Quaker meeting without a military 
guard. The result would be a fair test 
of the edi ;acy of the Quaker Indian 
policy. We are inclined to think the 
envoy of peace would quake to some 
purpose bafore he got through with it. 



THE SAINT PAUL PRESS. 



VQLXJME ^r. 



S^lN'r l£>J^UXa, FRIDA.Y, M.A.Y 26. 1865. 



ISrXJMIBER lao. 



He renewed his efforts at the Land 
Department to secure a certificate of the 
swamp lands granted to the State, and 
received a positive promise from the 
Land Commissioner that it would be is- 
sued within a month. 

Owing to the fact that there are but 
nine companies in the First regiment, 
(recruiting having been suspended before 
the tenth was organized) an application 
to appoint a Colonel, Adjutant and Qnar- 
terinaster (or that command was refused. 

At Baltimore the Governor tcund the 
Blakely gun, captured by the First Bat- 
ter}'. He ordered it shipped to St. Paul, 
and it will probably reach here in a few 
ddvs. 



LATEST BY TELEGRAPH 

SHERMAN'S LAST 
BATTLE. 



Col. PrABNDKR writes from Fort 
Ridglcy on the 22d, that at 11 p. m. the 
previous evening, he received a dispatch 
from Lieut. McGrade, at Madelia, sta- 
ting: that four Indians had been seen nesr 
Lake Hanska, and also a single Indian 
in the vicinity of Jergunson's. Soldiers 
were immediately sent in pursuit. 



Col. Avebill has received a dispatch 
stating that all re-enlisted veterans who 
are paroled or escaped prisoners — are to 
be included in those to be mustered out 
underlato orders from the War Depart- 
ment. 



Governor Miller returned yesterday 
from Washington w^4;re be has been up- 
on business connected with the State. 
He visited, upon the route, nearly all the 
hospitals where there are Minnesota sol- 
diers. At St. Louis he found about one 
hundred and twenty, at Louisville forty 
or filty, at Washington about one hun- 
dred, and at Prairie du Chien (where be 
called on his return journey) about fifty. 
There have been a greater number at 
this bospiial, but fifty were mustered out 
the day the Governor was there. 

They arc entirely destitute of pota- 
toes at Prairie du Chien, and ere 
mujh in need of them. As the boats are 
running daily between St. Paul and nu- 
merous other Minnesota towns and Prairie 
do Chien, this state of affairs should not 
be allowed to exist, and it is suggested 
that citizens contribute a supply immedi- 
ately. 

The great majority of the patients in 
the hospitals a e doing well. The re- 
turned soldiers from (southern prisons 
are in the most critical condition. All 
will be mustered out as soon as they are 
able to travel, provided the r descriptive 
lists are forthcoming. Great delay is ex- 
perienced, owing to the neglect of officers 
to forward these lists, or if forwarded, on 
account of the removal of the patient to 
another hospital. 

While in Washington, Gov. Miller 
made strenuous efTorts to have more 
troops sent to the State, and he was as- 
sured that the written request which he 
left on file at the War Department, 
would be likely to receive favorable con- 
si lerstion. The W^ar Department prom- 
ised to favor Minnesota, as much as pos- 
sible, in the discharge of troops, owing to 
our Indian troubles, sparsely settled 
country, and scarcity of farming bands. 

The Governor called on President 
Johnson and assured him that he had the 
sympathy and support of the people of 
this State. The President directed him 
to say to the people of Minnesota that he 
should use his best endeavors not to dis> 
appoint them. 



Dvaiks in tb« Firili. 

The following list of deaths in the 
Fifth regiment during the month of April, 
(and one discharge) have been received 
by the Adjutant General : 

Captain B. Brennan, company I, killed at 
Spanish Fort, April 2d. 

Ir:i C. Shaw, died at Fort Gaines. 

Charles Code, died in hospital at New Or- 
leans. 

Corporal George S. Hasbrook, died in hos- 
pital at New Orleans. 

Andrew Peterson, died of wounds received 
m action at ^panish Fort. 

Sergeant Charles Strong, discharged at St. 
Louis, by reason of wounds received at Nash- 
ville, Tennessee. 

» » ♦ ■ > 

HKHrs ITB.ItS. 

— The following are among the hits at 
Jeff. Davis which we see in the Louis- 
ville Journal. They belong to the de- 
partment of Prenticiana : 

We wonder whether Jeff. Darig, when he 
put on the pettico it, called in the aid of cot- 
ton to give a voluptuous appearanae to his 
tendJT bosom. 

It is said that Jeff. Davis' excuse for wear- 
ing the petticoat is that his wife has often 
worn the breeches. 

Jelf. Davis wore a petticoat, and it is said 
that he was at the same time in a great bus- 
tle. 

JefT. Davis' pursuers caught him or her, and 
he or she caught it. 

— Th3 St. Louis L ispatch says the ad- 
dress of Kirliy Smith to his army was issued 
two weeks before the opening of negotiations 
between him and Gen. Pope, which are now 
going on. At last accounts Col. f pragne, of 
<ien. Pope's stuff, had gone to Shrtveport to 
confer personally with Smith. 

— A Washington dispatc* says : Gen. 
Sherman, in company with his brother. Sena- 
tor Sherman, passed down Pennsylvania ave- 
nue this evening. His appearance caused a 
gathering of crowds, who repeatedly cheered 
him, while ladies waved their handkerchiefs. 
A largo number ot persons followed him, and 
the press soon t>ecame so great that he was 
compelled to call a stage to escape the labor 
of severe handshaking which had commenced 

— The emegration from Kentucky and 
Tennessee into Indina does not diminish with 
the approach of peace, but rather increases. 
Thd emigrants from Kentucky are , for the 
most part, thrifty farmers, who bring with 
them some money and a good deal of stock, 
farming utensils, household goods, &c. Those 
from Tennessee, however, are generally poor 
and come as latwrers. 

— The Herald says : "Gen Sickles was 
otflci.ilIy received on the 5th ult., by the Pres- 
ident of Colombia, as special envoy to the gov- 
ernment of that Republic from the President 
of the I'nited States. A number of Colom- 
>>idn senators, representatives and military 
men were present on the occasion, and ad- 
dresses were made by General Sickles and the 
President, in which the most friendly feelings 
of each Government for the other were ex- 
pressed. 

— The 7Vi6«He'» Hilton Head cor- 
respondent says : "Gen. Wheeler asked and 
expected to be paroled under the armistice 
granted by Gen. Sherman, but Col. Pritchard 
eoulU'nt see it. Instead of accepting terms of 
armistice and laying down his arms, Wheeler 
undertook to keep up the war by fighting his 
way through the country, and the Coloncj 
decided that his case must be decided by a 
higher than his authority." 

— Hon. John Covode who has been 
taking » strong interest in our prisoners says 
Secretary Stanton has ordered transportation 
for all our prisoners remaining South. Those 
at Jacksonville, Fla., the last of the Ander- 
sonville prisoners, amount to 3,000. The Sur- 
geon General has sent two hospital boats for 
•300 of the worst cases. 

— A Herald correspondent foots up 
the total of the capture at Augusta, Georgia 
at the substantial figure of one hundred thou- 
sand bales of cotton, ten million dollars' 
worth of ordnance, and forty-five thousand 
dollars in bullion, with one hundred and 
eighty-five thousand dollars captured with 
JefT 'k specie train. 

— .V. Washington special to the Express 
says : "The President is reported as recalling 
Gen. Banks on account of the cotton specula- 
tions, and also as being very indignant at the 
the conduct of the Cuban officials respecting 
the rebel ram Stonewall. A dispatsh has l>cen 
sent to Madrid upon the subject." 

— The jfViftune'* Washington speciil 
83y8 : "The large rewards of the capture of. 
Booth and Harrold are to be distributed at 
the discretion of the Secretary of War, upon 
completion of the trial." 

— The report of the special commission 
sent out to examine charges against Gens. 
Banks and Hurlbut, issaid to bo very dama- 
ging their characters as officers and gentle- 
men, andfuUy justifies the removal of both 

— Even Oildom repudiates the assas- 
sin. Careful investigation by Government 
si ows that Booth never owned any oil prop- 
erty, and never made any money that way, 
thus deepening the damning proof that the 
fundi he was so lavish with were rebel blood- 
money. 

—President Johnson gives a bint that 
will send a cold chill through some of the 
state prisoners now in our hands. He says 
the modification of the Indiana conspirators' 
sentence was no precedent of his own, but 
simply carrying out the wishes of Mr. Lin- 
coln. The day of clemency to arch-traitors is 
over. 

— According to the afternoon dispatch- 
es, Jeff. Davis and suite had not been remov- 
ed from tlie steamer. The Government has 
seen fit to cut down the retinue of darkies 
the cl^>tors of the defunct rebel court thought 
it ae c a w a r y to bring along. 



HIS GRAND ASSAULT ON 
THE WAR DEPART- 
MENT. 



HE PITCHES JJNTO STAN. 
TON AND THE PUB- 
LIC PRESS. 



JEFF. DAVIS IN DU 
RANGE VILE. 



HIS FAMILY GONE TO 
SAVANNAH. 



GOV. LETCHER ARRESTED. 

DAVIS AND LEE TO BE 

INDICTED FOR 

TREASON. 



Interesting Midnight Dispatches. 



OEN. SlIERinAN. 



A. I.«i«(»r ia Svir-ViMllcaii«B — '■•• 
Accaa^s th* \%'»t »»piftrtBi«B( of 
Sappre««lBar bU Reports. 

New York, May 25. 

The following is the letter of General 
Sherman complaining of the suppression 
of bis official leports, already reterred to : 

C.vMr NEAK Alexandri.\, May 19, 1865. 

Drar Bowman : I am just arrived. 
All my army will be in to-day. I have 
been lost to the woild in the woods for 
some time, and upon arriving at the set- 
tlements, find 1 have made quite a stir 
among people at home ; and the most 
sinister motives have been ascribed to 
me. I have made official reports ot my 
official action in all public matters, and 
all of them have been ta-. fully suppress- 
ed, whilst the most ridiculous nonsense 
has been industriously spread abroad 
throiiph all the newspapers. 

Well, you know whit impor'ance I at- 
tach to such matters, and that Ihave been 
too lon(( fighting with the rebels with mus- 
kets in their hands to be scared by mere 
non-combatants, no matter how high 
their civd rank, or station. It is amus- 
ing to observe bow brave and firm ."ome 
men become when all danger is past. I 
have noticed on fit-Ids of battle brave men 
never insult the captured, or mutilate the 
dead, but cowards and braggarts al- 
ways do. 

I cannot now recall the act, but Shak- 
speare rcco.ds how poor FalstafT. the 
prince of cowards and wits, rising from 
the figure of death stabbed again the dead 
Percy and carried the carcass aloft in tri- 
umph, to prove bis valor. So now when 
the rebellion is dead in our land, many 
FalstaiTs appear to brandish the evidence 
of their valor, and seek to win applause, 
and to appropriate ho'orj for deeds that 
were never djne. 

As for mysflf. 1 ask no reward, no 
popularity ; but I dare the War Depart- 
ment to publish my cfficial letters and 
reports. I assert that my official reports 
have been purposely suppressed, while 
all the power of the press has been malig- 
nantly turned against mc. I do want 
peace and tecurity, and the return to 
law and justice from Maine to the Rio 
Grande. If it does not exist now sub- 
stantially, it is ior ktate reasons beyond 
my comprehension. 

It may be thought strange that one 
who has no fame but as a soldier should 
have been so careful to try to restore the 
civil power of the Govei^iment and the 
peaceful jurisdiction of the Federal 
courts, but it is difficult to discover in 
that fact any just cause of oiTense to an 
enlightened and free people, but when 
men choose to slander and injure others 
they can easily invent the facts for the 
purpose, when the proposed victim is far 
away engaged in the public service of 
their own bidding. But there is consola- 
tion in knowing that if the truth lies at 
the bottom of a well, the Yankees have 
perseverance enough to get to the bot - 
torn. 



Yours truly. 



W. T. SHERMAN. 



THE ASSASSINATIOi\. 



Tke Proceeding:* jcaterday. 

Washinoton, May 25. 

This morning a witness was called who 
testified that on the 17th of April he 
searched the baggage of Arnold a short 
distance from Fortress Monroe and found 
papers, clothing and a navy revolver. 
The court here produced the pistol which 
the witness identified. It was loaded then 
as it was at this time. The court order- 
ed the pistol discharged. 

Two other witnesses testified as to the 
shocking treatment of the sick and wound- 
ed Union prisoners both at Libby prison 
and in the hospital. They were told by 
Major Turner, the keeper of Libby pris- 
on, that the treatment was good enough 
ior Yankees. Nearly all the deaths 
among prisoners were owing to the bad 
character and insufficiency of food, and 
was told that bad treattnent was by way 
of retaliation on the ground that the reb- 
el prisoners had been treated worse than 
Union prisoners. 

Another witness testified that the Lib- 
by Prison was mined, and that Major 
Turner informed him that he had seen 
Gen. Winder on the sutject. The fuse 
was ready for the mine at the time of Kil- 
patrick's raid. 

Another witness, named McGee, was 
called when the Judge Advocate General 
asked him whether Arnold was ever in 
the rebel service. Mr. Ewing objected 
to the question. The Judge Advocate 
General briefly argued that the interro- 
gatory was pertinent, as history had 
proved the connection between treason 
and the assassination of the President. 
The assassination was manifestly a polity 
cal offense, and was the consequence cf 



disloyalty. Mr. Ewing responded, when 
the court decided that the question 
should be answered The witness then 
replied that he saw Arnold in the rebel 
uniform in the city of Richmond in the 
beginning of the war. 

Three colored persons testified to their 
acquaintance with Dr. Mudd; said bis 
conduct showed him to be a rebel syfaipa- 
thiser, and stated that he had assisted 
rebel soldiers. 

A young man from Georgetown testifi- 
ed that on the morning after the assas^in- 
ation he loared Atzerot $10, the latter 
leaving with him a revolver ai security. 
The pistol was produced, which the wit- 
ness identified. It had been loaded ever 



smce. 



FROm WASlllNGTOlV. 



ChaB|r«* •' CoMWiwaders— Ex-C«v«rM«r 
I.etctaer Capinred— Mpecck Uy Sk«r- 
iBMB— Tb« 4AuMrr«l Bctweca •!•■- 
ton aad kherwiWM, 

Washington, May 24. 
Special to Times. — Gen. Costar takes 
command of the Department of the Mis- 
souri, embracing the. States of Missouri 
and Arkansas. Merritt goes with him 
with the Second Division of the cavalry 
corps. Hazen succeeds Logan ii com- 
mand ot the 15th ifn-ps. Logan takes 
the army of the Tennessee. 

Wabhinoton, May 25. 
A report prevails that £x-Gov. Letcher 
has been captured by some of Gen. Tor- 
bett's command. 

There was a great turn-out of citizens 
last night to serenade tien. Sherman. It 
was some titne before they could get the 
"Old Hero" to come out, but the im- 
mense crowd would listen to no excuse, 
and so he bad to appear. In response to 
the compliment paid him by his fellow- 
citizens he made a very brief speech, ex- 
pressing the earnest hope that now that 
the war is virtually over, his brothers in 
arms will with the greatest alacrity re- 
sume their former avocations of peaceful 
times, and go to work with good will and 
energy to make this Union as prosperous 
and happy as it wa^ before the rebellion, 
which has been so effectually crushed. 

Washington, May 25. 

[Specialto Commercial.'] — The quar- 
rel of Sherman and Stanton increases in 
intensity and bitterness. The Chronicle 
contains a long communication from one 
of Sherman's fri'^nds on the present 
events, and the general management of 
the War Department. The ac'.ion of 
Secretary Stanton is reviewed in sooth- 
ing terms. The Post Master General 
has started South to make arrangements 
to re-establish postal communications. 

[Special to Post ] — Ther3 is no long- 
er a doubt that Jeff Davis will be tried 
for treason very boon in a civil court, 
probably in Washington. Gen. Lee will 
be indicted by a grand jury in Richmond 
within a few days for treason. The mo- 
ment he is indicted his parole is of no 
further use to hiin. 



FROin FOBTESS MONROE. 



JeflT. DATia 9I«ta«clrd for fear k« 
will Hart Sonirltody— nra. DavU 
aad Caaiilr vaa« tu Havaaaah. 

Fortress Monroe, May 24. 
A steamer sailed from here this fore- 
noon for Savannah, under sealed orders. 
Mrs. Davis, her four children, brother 
and sister, and Mrs. Clay, go to Savan- 
nah in the Clyde, as permission for them 
to proceed north had been refused by the 
War L'epartment. 

Yesterday afternoon a guard was sent 
out to the ('lyde and searched the steam- 
er and all the baggage and effects of the 
rebel party i cmaining on the boat A 
large amount of gold and valuable jew- 
elry, &c , was found in the baggage of 
the ladies, but, with the exception of 
several important documents which were 
found by the guard, everything was left 
unmolested. 

Among the many rumors flying about 
today in regard to the confinemeni of 
Jeff. Davis, is one to the effect that yes- 
terday afternoon be was manacled, in 
order to pre\{pnt, no doubt, any injury to 
h!s guard, should he, as Mrs. Davis re- 
marked, become provoked by the strict 
surveillance held over him. The strictest 
regulations respecting persons visiting 
the fortres.", are still rigidly enforced by 
Gen. Milcp, the commander of the post. 
No person, either officer or civillian. is 
allowed to enter the fortress unless duly 
provided with the requisite passes. 

The American says, ex-Governor 
Letcher was arrested at his house in Lex- 
ington, Virginia, on Sunday last, and 
last night arrived in Washington, in cus- 
tody. 

GEN. WARREN. 



His Iiettor Coaceralagr Hi* Keasoval. 

New York, May 2.5. 

Gen. Warren publishes a letter on 
the subject of his removal from command 
of the 5ch corps. He says he was re- 
moved after the battle of Five Forks was 
over, and not an enemy* in sight. He 
asked Gen. Sheridan for the reason of his 
removal, and he could not, or would not 
give one. He reported to Gen. Grant 
who gave him another command. 

TTc then. April 9th, asked an investi- 
qaiioii. iwl a:^ain on the 22d. lie could 
not get a corps, but was put in command 
ot the Department of the Mississippi. He 
then details the operations of the 1st of 
April, from which it appears he received 
an order from Gen. Meade, to report to 
him for duty after he had joined Sheri- 
dan, which he did, taking part in 
winning the Five Forks battle. Perhaps 
this was his offense, obeying an order 
from Gen. Meade, after being placed 
under command of Gen. Sheridan, though 
it does not appear. 

Fraaa th« ^>iit ffndlea aad Saatk 
ABi«rlc». 

New York, May 25. 

The brig Eastern Star brings Barba- 
does dates of the 13th. The greatest sor- 
row anil indignation was caused at Mr. 
Lin< oiii's assassination. Letters ot con- 
el'. >rce were received by the American 
< viPMil from the officials. The gunboat 
Steady fired minute guns, and shipping 
flags were drooping at halfmast. The 
American Consul's office was draped in 
mourning. 

Uneasiness was felt in Salvador by 
signs of an attempt by friends of Greneral 
Barrows to overthrow the administration. 

It is now certain that Spain has made 
demands on Chili. How they are to be 
settled was not determined. 

The troubles in the Brazils continues. 
Florez threatens Paragua. 

The revolution in Peru continnes, and 
is spreading, but there appears to be 
but little concentration in its manage- 
ment. 



These measures were to be finally sub- 
mitted to Kirby Smith or the President. 
Jeff, was then at large. They claim to 
be able to bring into the field 80,000 
warriors, every one of whom will be 
above thirteen years of age. 



Viriar <lie Texaa Uear*. 

New York, May 25. 
Texan papers of the 10th contain 
amusing accounts of attempts to fire the 
hearts of the Texans. A meeting was 
held at Chappel Hill and a committee ap- 
pointed to devise means to assist Msg- 
ruder to continue the war. A proposition 
to conscript all males, white and black, 
over thirteen years of age, was submit- 
ted. Masters will be compelled to drill 
their slaves and lead them in battle. The 
women are also to be furnished with 
weapons to defend themselves at home. 



Affairs ia Alabama. 

New York, May 25. 

The Herald^s Montgomery correspond- 
ent says of Grierson^s raid through Ala- 
bama: 

He passed through Greenville, march- 
ing about 400 miles, and reached Mont- 
gomery on the 4th. The people of Ala- 
bama appear eatisfied with the situation, 
and Union meetings largely attended 
have been held in various parts of the 
State. 

The rebel General Forrest issued an 
address to the soldiers, advising submis- 
sion to the laws, and to aid in the resto- 
ration of peace. 

Tli« Heat Call IVias. 

Hartioud.'Conx., May 25. 
An important suit which has been pend- 
ing between Judge Colt ami the estate of 
the late Sam. Colt was decided this 
morning in favor of Judge Colt. The 
amount coming lo Judge Colt is $300,- 
000. — I he decision is final. 



A Sleaaiar 8aak. 

New York, May 25. 
The steamer which sailed Tuesday 
morning for London, with a cargo of oil 
cake, sunk yesterday, seventy miles east 
of Sandy Hook. Tue crew were saved 
by a pilot boat. The vessel was bound 
to London. 



Alex. Stepheas aad Reraa »t Fort 

Boston, May 2-5. 
The U. S. gunboat Tuscarora from 
Florence, with Alex. H. Stephens and 
Postmaster Regan on board, arrived be- 
low this port this morning. The rebel 
party will be landed in Fort W%ren to- 
day. 



Oaash at « Tcleirrapker. L 

New York, May 25. 
John Wesley Fish, in former years fa- 
vorably known as a telegAph operator 
throughout the United States, died on the 
23d inst., after a brief illness. 



Vraat Paaaaaa, 

Nfw York, May 25. 
The Panama Star & Herald of the IGth 
has the following: — The contract for car- 
rying the mails between England, New 
Zealand and Australia, via Panama, has 
been finally arranged. The death of 
President Carrera has had a strong effect 
on the minds of citizens of Gauteuiala. 



would send the prisoner before the Jadge 
at the next assizes. Bail was accepted 
in the meantime, to the amount of $8,- 
000. 



MONETARY . 



rByTeJagrapb.] 
H tw Tark Haaay BBarkat, 

NKW York, May 25—1 :30 r. m. 

Stocks lower at board, but improved sine?. 

Money 530. 

StPrliiig, more doing;, l.OOTi. 

Gold oi»'iied »t 1..%, rose to 1." V, closed 1.37. 

Krie, 7.3; U. S. 6'8, 'si, r.p;. l.W; 5-20'g reg., 
l.tSV; coup., 3Ji; do. nev issue, MTf. 

The steamer Ariel from Aspinwall, IStli, witli 
$300,000 treasure, lias arrived. 



SECOXD DISPATCH. 

Nkw York, May aS. 

Monoy easy. C per cent, call loan.«. 

Sterling active and firm, lu<»,'i3llO. 

Gold active and firmer; opening at 1.35)^. ad- 
vanced to 1.38>i,and closing at l,3(;-*i. 

Government t-tock!) quiet. 

Stocks quiet but llrm. R. D., 95'i ; Ft. W., tH ; 
Atlantic S. S. Co. l.M; N. W., :irf»i; Krie, 74; 
K<a!)ng, SMii; Mich. 8., 00,^; Cleveland and 
Pittsburg. 03*i; N Y.CaiJi; Cumberland, 41>4 : 
Canton, 37; U. S. 6'», '61, coup. 1.08;$. 



MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES 

FHOiVI CAIRO AND BELOW. 



Th* Xfirra Plot Doalvd— Kirlij Hniilh 
Nat Klllwd, lia( ia a Tiifht Place— 
Haad kaa a Harrow Eacapv. 

Cairo, May 2-5. 

Gen. Washburne states that the reports 
from Memphis, telegraphed a few days 
since, giving an account of a plot among 
the negro troops there, to massacre pa- 
roL d rebel soldiers, and the subsequent 
shooting of colored troops is false in evi,^- 
ry particular. 

Twenty vessels of the Mississippi 
fleet have been ordered to fairo to be 
viischarged. 

Thr re was considerable cotton up the 
Wacheta river, waiting transportation. 

It is reported at Liiile Rock that Kir- 
by Smith is being reinforced by men from 
the east side of the Mississippi river, 

The pacification in Arkansas is pro 
gressing rapidly. The people are taking 
the management of the guerrillas in their 
own bands. About one thousand biiles 
of cotton passed here in two days. 

The New Orleans Timei of the 20:b, 
is very positively informed that Kirby 
Smith was not assassinated. Mrs. Kirby 
Smith is reported arrived at the mouth of 
Red River. She represented the posi- 
tion of her husband extremely critical, as 
one part of bis part sans threaten to kill 
him if he surrendered, and another threat- 
ened to forsake him if he continued the 
struggle. The Times «.\»o learns that 
the rebel Gen. Hood and staff crossed 
the Mississippi river at Turnisa Rend 
about the 7tb. An expedition sent in 
pursuit, captured their baggage and the 
General's uniform at Semmesport, Hood 
escaping in the night. 

FRO.TI MEXICO. 



Tnini) DISPATCH. 

New York, May 15 
Price nf Gold t-ti 1 tends steadily upward, chiefly 
the result of the demand for export, Ihe pre- 
mium this morning touched 1.37?^. 



COMMERCIAL. 



IHaxlaillliaa'a Throa«« ToSteriag: 

Cario, May 23. 

The New Orleans Times' Mexican cor- 
respondent contradicts accounts publish- 
ed outside of that country, representing 
vast improvement being made by the 
Imperial administration. The writer says 
.Maximillian's rule' is unpopular. He has 
decreed to himself an annuity of $2,000,- 
000, and has applied to his private use 
the Castle of Chepultepec. An organic 
statute published the tenth ultimo, de- 
claring himself Emperior by will of the 
people was not accepted. Even his own 
friends are displeased with it. 

The suspicion and jealousy with 
which events in the United States are 
watched grow greater and greater every 
day. The success of the federal armies' 
caused depression in Imperial circles. 
The Liberals lately gained several advan- 
tages, and quite a number of small par- 
ties of Imperialists have been defeated 
and their forces are hardly large enough 
to hold the ground they occupy. 

Their newspaper (the French organ) 
admits that the Empire is not pacified 
and gives this as a reason why the con- 
stitution should not be granted. An 
American invasion is considered so cer- 
tain that Marshal Bazine leaves for San 
Luis Potosi to establish camp and fortity 
the city. 

A fever exists for news fom the 
United States. The question is now re- 
duced to two policies, European and 
American. The latter is rciresented by 
a large majority of the nation. No confi- 
dence is put in the stability of the Empire. 
The finances are in a deplorable condi- 
tion. 

FBOin WASIIINGTOIV. 

C«l«lM-atloB' ortho Callorviclfabarr 
br ■ailltarv aflicvra, 

WAsniNOTON, May 25. 
The committee appointed by the of!i- 
eers of the Army of the Tennessee, head 
ed by Gens. Logan, Frann Blair and 
Oglesby, have decided through their 
chairman. Col. Hilliery. to give an anni- 
versary dinner in honor of the fall of 
Vicksbjrg and the opening of the Mis- 
sissippi river, on the 4th ot July next, 
at the Union Hotel, Saratoga Springs, to 
be followed by a jjrand hall at Leland's 
Opera Honse. Lieut. Gen. Grant is ex- 
pected to be present and to preside. 

Vha Yaliaw Wmrmx Plot. 

Toronto, May 25. 
In the case of Blackburn, of yellow fe- 
Ter notoriety, tbe majestrate to-day said 
Aat owing to the uncertainty of the 
English law required in such cases of con- 
•pif»cyf he should not assume tbe respon- 
nbility of deciding tfae case, but that he 



[By Telegraph.] 
■•w rarti Pradaca lll»riiaSi 

New York, May 25—1 :30 r. m. 

Cotton dul', 5 >g5^ for middling. 

Flour ♦0.7.587.00 extra .Sla<e, 

Gkaih.— Whi-at quipt, 2S.3c better; 1 S3 for 
winter rod western. Corn 2g3c better, only lim- 
ited FUDply, 80^84 new mixed western. Oats 
firmer, 55o wentern. 

Pork qui-t, t'^l. 7.5 §22.50 newness; $20«20.50 
for '(tt and 'W; do. $17 .50318.50 prime. 

Lard quiet, 1514 giSV. 

Whiskv dull, nominally 1.95 western. 

IMroleum quiet; 3d crude, tO refined in bond. 
69670 Iree. ' 

aSCOND DISPATCH. 

Nkw York, May 25—7 p. m. 

Cotton dull and fully 23 lower ; 6O0 middling. 

Klour ]53.10jb«tter; tfl.SJg? exfa state; 7.35 
a". 7a K. H. o.; 7.5539.10 trade brandr* ; market 
ulOHing flrm, no sailers at ins.de qu ;>tation.4. In- 
c udod in the »ales are 2,000 ble. for June, July, 
on iipot. 

Whirky rather more steady; western 1.95, clo- 
sing I'tlle firmer. 

Ukain.— Wheat 2e b'tter; prini; wheat very 
scarce, and ^o. 1 -wanted at 1 .45 ; winter red wes 
t.rn, 100; ambar Michigan, 1.75. Rve quiet; 
1.80£S1 83. BaKcy sti ady. Corn scarce,' and 233c 
better; 753»4 new miaed western, better ior 
very choice; «5ij»0 w- stern yellow; 8'J white 
western, and <l.0 J mellow. OUs firmer and mod- 
erately aciive; 5li357 webteru. 

li\wi dull. 

Coffee quiet 

fcugar steady; 10gll>i; Cuba MuFoovado, and 
lOS all V forto Rico. 

Hops 111 modeiate request; $10slO..'}0. 

Wool quiet. 

Pe.rol iiJifi'mer; .■«>icru4e; 4<J£50 re9ned in 
bond ; and 1 9370 do. free. 

I'ork more active and firmer; $22 50820 new 
mp«8, closing at $.'.1.20 g'iT 50 for 'KJ & 4 ; do canh 
and regular way. cl )8iiig 24 50ca»h; 17.50618.50 
primf, and 16.50}jl7 prime mess, 

J.ard. uiet; 15'i3l8St. 

Butter dull. 

Lhtess quiet; IO3I8 common to prime. 



Baffiale Marbct. 

BuFrALO, Slay 25—6 r. M. 

Klour firmer. 

GKAiN.-Wheit flrm; No. 1 Chi ago .Spring 
$13.5; Corn firm; dry mixed 67s08; kiln-dried 
mixed 70. 

Whisiey dull $1.90; no »ales. 

Fkeiohts to Nkw York.— Wheat 133i; Com 
12;Oatg7S'8»c, .^,x^«" 



8BC0XD DISPATCH. 

Buffalo, May 25—6 p. m. 

Flour quiet. 

Wheat firm but quiet ; held. No' I Chlcai^o and 
Milwaukee Spring $1.35; Wiotor Red $>.50. 

I orn flrm; prime samples mixed hrld at 70c, 
closing quiet 

Oa'4 firmer; sales at 4Hc: sold at 50c at close. 

Barlev and Kye qnlet and nominal. 

Whbkoy dull $1.95. 

Canal frlegh»« to New York— Wheat 13>fc 
314 ; corn ll,'ig;12c; oats 7HS**. 

Impnr r— Klour v,2(W bbU; wheat 00,166 bu; 
corn 24 595 bu ; oats 49 000. 

Canal Kxports— Flour 2,050 bbis; wh»at 47,370; 
jorn 16,390 bu ; oats 15,28S bu; rye 7,345 bu. 



Oaw*ro Marbvt. 

CbWE$o May 25— Or M. 

Flour advanced ?6950 cts. perbbl; $2.75 No. 1 
.Spring; $7 74 Red Winter; $9.75 .Thite; $9.50 
double cx'r*. 

Wheat ojjened firm ; No. 2 Milwanke« 0!ub $ia8; 
closing nominally h'gher; sales la-t night 8,600 
bu. No. 1 Chicago .Spring, to arrive, at$l..37; 
other grains nominal. 



BIilwanli«« ProilMce market. 

JIilwaukf.k, May 25— 2 p.m. 

Flour advanced ?5c; double extra spring city 
$6.40; country spring $6.25; choice ^pring extra 
$6 110 per tbl. 

Wheat firm and advancing; No. 1 sellers till 
June 10th. at $1.2791.28. 

Oat" nominally unchanf^ed. 

Corn null and druopine ; no buyers. 

Kye sca-ce and wanted at 70c. 

Gold buying .323.34c. 



Chicasro 9lark«t. 

CiiiCAOo, May 2"— « r. m. 

Flour active and advanced lOglSc. 
Wheat active and advanced ijglc; $1.24®1.24>i 
for No. & $1.1331.14 for No 2. 



iftr gittvcrtfef mentis. 



" THE FLOWER QUEEN," 

OR THK 

Coronation ot the Rose. 



AK OPERATIC CANTAT.V IN TWO PARTS, BY 
OEOROE F. ROOT, 

Will l>e given under the direction of 

MR. W. N. PERKINS. 

AT 

ING-TCBSOLL'S HALI^, 

ON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, 
MAY 30th & 31st. 

Tickets 50 cents. Reserved Feats, 75 cents. 
To be had at Mucger Bros. Music Store. The 
sale of reserved seats will commence on Saturday, 
May 27th, at 2 P. K. 

JDoors open at 7. Commence at 8. m26 

AI.A1««H AVJCriOH liAI.K AT 
MINNEAPOLIS, on eaturday, May 27tli. 

2 new milch oowB, 2 yoke Oxen, 

4 Horses. 5 Mattrasses, 

1 Cook Move, 2 Cupboards, 

and a large let of Furniture, at 
m26.2t L. H. WIUOIN'ii Auc'lon Store. 

VKT A M T K I» . 

At the St. Paal Marble Works, two good letter- 
ers and goncril marble workers. Also two ap- 
prentices. Permanent employment for compe- 
tent hands. 

ni26-lw C. J. ALDBICH. 

SteinvTlay & Sons' 

AND 

OHIOKERING^ & Sons' 

PIANOS, 

At ]V£»n«i''*oturers' Prioes. 
MVSCiER BROS. 



T 



HJB m. v. PAVK. ICB COnPAKY. 



The uudet s'gned havinir purchased the inter- 
est of Chas. ft ymonds, will lureafter carry on the 
Ice Busine^a 1-' thi« lity unler the name of the 
bt Paul lOA Ci mpaay. 

CSAJ. EA't ON. J. E. CLEViiLAND. 

St. Paul, Ma* 22, 1865. m23 tf 



R. 



|- V Bt B 

We have no* on btnd a large s'.ock of 
Buildine Ij »Mnber, Fonoina, 

J?io& els. ico.. 
Which we cfl"er tot '^■l'-" at Ihe lowest price*. 

Lumberyarl on First t ■"■f'^- „ „„_ 

AMKENY hOl INSON ft CLEMENT. 
Manufaft tureis of i umber, 
my-ly-lttlT* Hlnneapolla, MIbb. 



'^ '^\xtj^jmm^$. 



12. E ^ I> 

The AdTertisiiments in this Paper 
Appearing Under the Following 
Heads : 

" BesisUneo < t an Knd." 
•* Rally the S3 stem." 
"Lyon'i Katliairon." 
'■Mexican Mistang Liniment." 
"Greentaois are Oiod." 
' Cherokee Pill*." 
"Hagan's Ma,^oUa Balm." 
" Relief In le 1 Minutes." 
" Cedar Camp ior. » 

FJE further Pi.RTICULARS ISgUIRB OF 

Vawter & Rose, Druggists, 

ni26 3t ]sro. Ill Third Street. 

EINSTEIJN, 
It.OSElVFIELr> 

A: Co., 
la A.1S K E3 R S , 

No. 8, Broad Street, N&W York. 



Wo draw at eight 
DO.y, Paris, Fran » 
cities of Europe 

Parties opening 01 
and draw at their ci 
theCiTV Banks, ai 
all Iwlancox over O 
the rate ot four per 
the purchase or t>alf 
ment and other ,Sto 
ted on Commission 



, and at sixty days, on L«n- 
f JRT, and all ether principal 

irrent accounts, m%y deposit 
nvenience. Hie same as wit • 
id wilt be allowed interest on 
»K Thousank Dollars, at 
:ent. per annum. Orders for 
of var ons Issues of Govern 
;ks. Bonds, and Gold, »xecu- 
m26-3mos-eod 



VGVL HAJJEl. 



WOOD, LIME, AND BRICK. 



• FRESH LIJIB OTcry week. 
BRICK Incjaantities to <uit. 
laoo cords XAPLE WOOD. 
Dellvend, piled, i od measured at the house In 
quantities desired. 
Constantly for sale at the Upper Levee. 
n»»2' ANDREW FOGS. 



Dissoi<c:ts«»]t op partiteb 
tJUIP.— The iiartnership htretofore exist- 
ing between the un lersiened by the nam<) of De 
Uritw A Judd, is tjis day diesolved by mutual 
consent. All claim' rtue the said flrm are to bn 
paid to the urdenigned John De Graw, who 
will settle the business. 
IMicd May 23, IMS. JOHN De GRAW, 

F. E. JUDO. 

liBiMbvr.— The 
tiiiued at the new yt 
west of the I e tern 
who will keep a lull 
sash, doorij, moaldi 
and fence posts aX*,: 

Thankful for piat 
receive an incrc;kse 

m25 3t 



lumber business will be con- 
II' d on 7th street, two block') 
uiotta , by the underHigned, 
supply of building lumber, 
ngs, l.th. shingles, fenolng 
• yoon band. 

avord, he hopes to m>:rltand 
of patronage in the future. 
JOHN DU. URAW. 



and (ons of English men wishing to form a " ft. 
George's Soei-ty"iQ St. Paul, are notified to 
attend a meeting to b« held next Monday even- 
lag at 8 o'jiock, for hat porpose. 

ALFRED MOOBE. 



OFiICK SUI'T. CFINDIAH AFFAIRS, > 

tit. Paid MIn ., May 25, I805. { 

NO TIO E 

To Pre-Empt ors on the late Win- 
nebago Be jervation in Blae 
Earth County, Mmn. 



Congress having 
ated the sum nece 
chimants uHder the 
"An tot (or the i 
Home Reservation 
KArth County, MId 
given, that all perec 
under said act of 
come forward and 
to them. 

CLi 
m25 2t 



ttits late sesHon, appropri 
9«»ry t> pa j the awards to 
act of July 14, 1862, entitled, 
elief of pre-emptors oa the 
if the Winnebagoes in Blue 
oesota;"— Notice is hereby 
ns who arc entitled to relief 
Coigrees, are requested to 
«ceive the amount awarded 

iRK W. THOMPSON, 

Sapt. Indian Affitiis. 



EXCELSIOR HOUSE, 



AT 



XJscoelMior. Minnosota,. 



On the Fouth baak of Lake Minnetonka, so 
noted f jr its abundance of flsU, game, and beau- 
tiful scenery, 

GEORGiS G\LPIN, the proprietor, takes 
plpa ure in announting to his numerous friends 
and the public generally, that he has made an 
arrangement with yr. B Williams to ran a good 
spring Hack bctwee 1 St. Anthony, Minneapolis, 
and Fxoelsior, to ivit : Leave the depot in St. 
Anthony on the arrival of the morning train 
from St. Paul, and the Nicollet House, Minne- 
apoUs, 9 o'clock A. 11 , on Monday, Wednesday, 
and Friday, arriving at the Excelsior House for 
dinner at 1 o'clock, i , m . Leave Excelsior House 
on Tuesday, THursdiy, and Saturday at 8 o'clock 
A, M., and arrive at the Nicollet House at 12 m. 

Plea-ure seekers md invalids will find at tlie 
Excelsior House t%\ 1 and row boats, fishing tac- 
kle, Ac , for their co nfort and free use ; also pure 
air, being free from dust, where they may enjoy 
aQuiET ASD HAPrr HoMB. m25-iw 



FOR. Siai»JERIOIl. 



Stages for Superior 
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 

Ajt 7 O'clock, A. M., 

CON.VECTIMO THRRfc WITH BOATS FOR 

Chicago, Detroit, and Cleveland, 

AND ALL POINTS ON THE LAKES. 
mMRKSOTA SXAOB CO. 

St Paul, May 23d, 1805. nia24-2mo 

I»IPOKX-,%JVT IVOTICK 



TUCHELT & HOFFMAN 

Would respectfully tnnonnce that they have Just 
received a very large stock of 

TOBACCOS 

Chevriiif J & Smoking. 

Wo confidently stite that we now have tbe 

Best Brtkiid of Che-wlrut 
that is manufacture* 1 in this country or any other. 

Our Stook of Sxnokine, 

both for extent and variety Is not equaled in this 

city. H e also m ake a specialty ot trade in 

O I C^ ^ R S , 

Both foreign and dc mestlc, which we arc now 

selling vei y low for the times. 

Give us a call, try us, and see tor yourselves. 

49'StoreatTuclielt's old stand on Third St. 

F. W. TUCHELT. CHAS. HOFFMAN. 

myltVSt 



THK 3 

tJaving been thorc 
ened the p 

R BJ a- TJ I 

FOR THE COMl 



»ROI»B:r.LOR 



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ughly refl'.tpdacd strength* 
ist winter, will make 

J A. R rr R I p s 

NO SEASON BETWEEN 

Portage Lake & Superior City, 

eTOPFIXO AT INTKRUEVIATX POINTS. 



Slxippers of 

wllinrdltfortheii 

" If the p;opleof 
us their patronage, 

All inquiries tiho 
Capt. ; HAS.K.h 
or BICE BROTH 
CHAS. H. KICE 1 

as^Lake Snperic 
Atpped at lowest i 

ma]r23-Smo« 



Cattle and. Hirunber 

interest to ship by onr l>oat. 
the npper Peninsu a will give 
thev can have a regular boat." 
lid be addresced to 
IKTLAND, Houghton, Mich., 
KRS, Milwaukee, Win., and 
i CO., Chicago, lUinois. 
r supplies booaht, packed aad 
ties and with despstotu 



CLOIK EmBLISHMENT. 



In [addition to onr large general stock of 



jy^R Y O O O I> s 



we have fitted np an >xtensiT« 



(lOAK'jlllD im\ ROOM 



: ;wher« always oan.be found a 



FULL ASSORTMENT 

OF 1 

S A C Cl TJ E S, 



CIRC U^L ARS, 
eASQXJETIlVES, 

FRENCH JACKEXS, 

Also a full assoriment of 

Swisses* and Ohlldren's 

C]l.oa.k:s, 

BXJGLE 'X'QtIM:M:i;iVOSl. 

BXJGLE ORIVAJMETTS 

And a full line of 

SUMMER SHAWLS, 

Which we are prepared to sell at aa 

LOW PRICES 

ai they ean be purchase J in this dty. 

Give us a Call. 
E LFE LT'S. 



May 2, 1862. 



Is'p-m2-xm 



7-30. 



7-30. 



lAfMiENSE SAJLiES 

or TlIK ORKATl 

U. S. 7-30 LOAN 

AT THK 

Eii-stlN'a.tiona.l Bank, 

SAINT ■PA.JJT^. 



The Best aud Safest Inre^tment 

FOR 

CAPITALISTS, GUARDIANS, S0LDIER8. 

and all who h»ve money to rpare. 

Interest Payable Semi - Annaally. 

N"o Taxes on this Investment. 

Notes in »umn cf Fiitv Dol'ars and upwards. 
Bonds sent by Express fr^ of charge. Payment 
to be made in National Currency or Eastern Ex- 
change. Interest allowed on one and twe years 
five per crnt notes in excbarg.* for .-'even-Thirties. 

M. E. TIIO.tlPHOSr, Agent. 
mtO-tfOstp 

Don't order until you see the 

W DODOS' 

Self-Rake Reaper ! 

AMD 

WOOD'S 
PRIZE MOWEH,. 

They are Uke General Grant, 

Victors in Every Contest. 
BIttELOW, HURDOfK k CO.. 

Bohi6Ur-iet^ 

THE VERY LATEST 

Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, 

GKNTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

HATS AND CAPS. 
ATT COST! 

For the Next Sixty Days. 

This is no humbug, as the goods must be sold in 
order to raise mooey. The public will do well to 
call and secure bargains before the best selections 
are gone. 

IC. Eokford 

Third Stneft. 
Next door to Ingprsoll's Hall. 
m9-4Sw-lst p Near tbe bride 

HUMAN HAIRI 




L. I». FHA-TSriiLIlV, 

Bridge Square. St. Paul. 

Wig Maker & Importer of 
HUMAN HAIR, 

Wigs, Braids, Bands, Carls, kt^ 

MANVFACTUBVDBT HIXSELF, 

And warranted of tbe Best Material and Worfc« 
manship, at PRICKS WHICH DEFl COMPK- 
HON. 

Orders by Hall or Express will reoeire prompt 
attention. 

Prlvnte rooms for Ladies' Hair Dressing, Frla- 
sing, Shampoo'ng and Dyeing. 

The only it iiO W£« D X £ in the world api^ed 
and for sale. 

N. B.— Gentlemen's Hair Cat with Judgment 
and taste. _ 

BEIDGE SQUARE. BT. PAUL 

ap«-l7-lstv 



DR. I.. H. ]M»JftraX.KY 

SURGICAL AND XECHaNICAL 
DENTIST, wonld reepeotlnlly inform tbe dtl- 
■ens of St. Paul, that be has opened an ofltoe ia 
Rogers' Block, over the Exprees OlBoe. New 
and impro?ed artiflclal Teeth inserted on Vnloaa- 
Ite Plate, which for beaaty, oomfort. dnraUIIty 
and cheu>ness far ezoel anything now in as*. 
Teeth also inserted on Gold and SUrer aad war- 
ranted to give satlsfaotion. 

Extnethig, tlUnc and all operatloas 0a tiM 
Tseth done ir. a superior manner, wiV little 
pain and on mudermte terms. 

The Profeseion supplied with Teeth ttopx the 
be st mannfactnrers. at>l ly 

-nr AHTKD . 

.Blxperiexioed '\7oolexx '^Tea'vera, 

AT THK 

NORTH STAR WOOLKH MILLB. 

EASTMAN, OIBSOn k GO. 
* MlaM>pi>Hi,M«y «th, MM. alt-la. 



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rUBUSHBDOAILT, TKI-WXKKI.T AlID WBSKLT 

Oflioe— .A.cUoixxiiiflc Uie Brldsc*. 



T«rMa:— DAILY PRESS— By mail, ftl.on 
per annum, or $ 1.00 p«r month, inoarutbly iu ad- 
ranee. 

VKI-WEEKLY PRRSS— *: per annum: $3.50 
for »ix montlts; #1.75 for three montbs; «0c. for 
on«« mouth. .„ ,. 

VTKKKLY PUKS'S— <)n<»copy, on<» yoar. $2.50; 
■is raonthK, $l.-,'.'>; clulw of lour copiei*. one year, 
$9.00: clubdOl ten copiex, ook year, $20.00; cIuDH 
of twenty ooptoa, oa« yet, $MJI0. 



The following pernona are aattiorised to act a» 
▲gents for the Prk.ss : 

P. McAbe, MinneapoHa. 

W. W. Waies St. Anthony. 

M . C. Williams Montlceilo. 

i. M. KojipnNTKer.St. Cloud. 

Jo«hua Smith, Hudson, WisconMn' 

T. S. Sovmour.Uud.^on, Wisconsin. 

M. H. thoman Anon. 

W. W. Morjta, I akeland. 

A. B. Kaston, Stillwater. 

H. Riedell, Faribault. 

H. Jenkins, Jr., Northfiel 

D. H. Frost, Northnpld. 

W. 11. Wadsworth, Owatonna. 

L. L. Twichell !k Co., Ha.«tln(j». 

J. M. MoKoc, Prt>!>cott. Wi»con« 

Dr. A. H. Jonen, Ked Wing. 

W.J.Arnold, Wabashaw. 

T. J. Dafl>-, Shakopee. 

U T-. Uow " 

J. K. Moore, St. Peter. 

C. U. Slocum, Mankato. 

8. Katon, Albert Lea. 

Ray * WiUiam?, Garden City. 

J. H. Welch, Winnebago City. 

C. J. Shortt, Austin. 

n. W. Mone, Belle Plains. 

J, £. AJbaugh, Cannon Ctiy. 

J. Goward, Freeborn. 

C. P. Adams, Morristown. 

C. H. Mclntyre, Red Wing. 

J.H. Allen, Princeton. 

K. S. Bailey, Stanton. 

A. McUench, Henderson. 

HiU, Dustln it Co, Blue Earth City. 



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THE ASSASSINATION. 



Introduction of the Allston 
Letter. 

Its £fiect Upon the Audience. 



Spbtnos, Va. — Dear Sir : I have been 
thinking for some that I would take this 
communication to you, but have been 
deterred from doing so on account of ill 
health. I now ofler jou my services, 
and, if you will favor me in my design, I 
will proceed as soon as my health will 
permit to rid my country of some of her 
deadliest enemies by striking at the 
very heart's blood of those who seek 
to sustain her in slavery. I consider 
nothing dishonorable having snch a ten- 
dency. All I ask of you is to favo' me by 
granting the necessary papers, etc. , to 
travel on while in the jurisdiction of the 
Government. I am perfectly familiar 
with the North, and I feel contident that 
I can execute anything that I undertake. 
I have just returned now from within their 
lines I am a Lieutenant in Gen. Duke's 
command. I was on a raid last June in 
Kentucky, under Gen. John H. Morgan. 
I and all' except two or three commis- 
sioned officers were taken prisoners, but. 
dnding a good opportunity while being 
taken to prison, I made my escape from 
them in the garb of a citizen. I attempt 
ed to pass on and through the mountains, 
but finding that impossible, and narrow- 
ly escaping being retaken, I directed my 
course north and went through Canada. 
By the assistance of Col. J. R. Ilolcombe 
I succeeded in making my way round 
through the blockad !, but. having taken 
the yellow fever at Bermuda. I have been 
rendered unfit lor service since my arri 
val. I was raised in Alabama, 
and educated in the University 
of that State. Both the Secretary of War 
and hi* assistant. Judge Campbell, are 
personally acquainted with my father, 
Wm. J. Allston, of the 5th congressional 
district of Ahibama, he having served a 
term in the old congress in 1849, 1850, 
and 1851. If I do anything for you, I 
shall expect your full confidence. In re- 
turn, it you give this, I can render you 
and my country very important service 
Let me hear from you soon I am anx- 
iom to be doing something. Having no 
command at present, all or nearly all be- 
ing in garrison, I desire that you favor 
me. In this short time I would like to 
have a personal interview with you, in 
order to perfect arrangements before 

starting. 

'•I am, very respectfully, your ob'i serv't, 
"L. W. ALLSTON. 

"Address me at the Springs, in hos- 
pital." 

On the above letter was the following 
indorsement : 

•'Brief of letter (without signature). 

"Respectfully referred, by direction of 
the president, to the honorable the secre- 
tary of war. 

"BURTON N. HARRISON, 
"Private Secretary. 

"Received Nov. 29, 1864." 

"Record book, A. G. O , Dec. 8th, 
1864, 3rd A. G-, for attention. 

"By order of 

J. A. CAMPBELL, A 



' 5. Tf* 



WAsnixGTON, May 22. — The after- 
noon session of the Committee for the 
trial of tbe assassins was quite brief, 
owing to the non-arrival of several Gov- 
ernment witnesses. At four o'clock the 
Commission adjourned until ten o'clock 
to-morrow. There is no probability that 
at that time tbe witnesses can be brought 
to the court room, as every one seems 
determined to witness the mditary review 
that will be going on all day. It is likely 
therefore, that tbe Commission will ad- 
journ till Thursday. 

Most of the testimony this afternoon 
was orally cumulative upon the visits of 
Booth, Payne, Atzerot and others to the 
houee of Mrs. Surratt. and as to the po- 
si'ion of Harrold. Arnold, Spangler and 
O'Laughlin. No new feature of great 
material interest was brought out as af- 
fecting directly the prisoners at the bar. 
More than ordinary interest was excited 
by the production of th • letter of the 
rebel Lieut. W. Allston, which was 
found among the archives of the rebel 
War Department sisrreiulered by John 
ston. The proposition of the writer 
to rid the country of its deadliest 
enemies, meaning Mr. Lincoln and bis 
cab-net, by assassinatin<j them, was 
shown to have been entertained by JtlF 
Davij", and he had directed his private 
secretary to refer the matter ti> the rebel 
Secretary of \Var for his consideration. 
When the reading of tbe letter was con^ 
claded an audible murmer of horror was 
heard from all parts of the room, espec- 
ially among tbe ladies, who made such 
exclamations as, "Oh, the monster," 
"Oh. horrible ! Sbaiae ! Shame." Thi» 
was the first direct testimony yet pro- 
duced in the case, showing that Davis ;' 
any time entertained the idea of assassin- 
ating tbe President, and tbe heads of the 
departments, and its importa' ce was en 
haueed by the fact that tbe references by 
Davis to bis Secretary of War was dated 
in December last, at which time it has 
been cleai ly proved that Booth and some 
of his o ganized Confederates were ac- 
tually engaged and plotti g for tbe mur- 
der of Mr. Lincoln. Tbe introdaction 
of the letter establishes the fact beyond 
any doubt, if it be good for no other pur 
pose, that Davis was not only capable of 
entertaining proposals for assassinating 
our President, but was willing to treat 
with cold-blooded villians for its accom 
plishment. The link in the chain of evi- 
dence that directly convicts Booth and 
the prisoners in an agreement with Davis, 
to murder Lincoln and Mr. Seward, has 
not been produced in the trial, but may 
yet be otfered before the government 
closes its testimony. 

1 be following is the testimony referring 
to tbe Allston letter, the only important 
testimony introduced on this occasion : 
COL. tkkat's testimony. 

Col. Treat testified to having brought 
to Washington a number of boxes said to 
contain the archives of tbe so-called Con- 
federate States. 

». A. hill's testimony. 

Mr. F. A. Hill testified he opened the 
boxes, and here identified a paper found 
in one of them. The paper was a letter 
addressed to his Excellency, President 
Davis, dated at Montgomery, White Sul- 
phur Springs, Va., in which the writer 
says that be now ofTers bis services to the 
Confederacy, and is willing to proceed 
to rid the country of its deadliest ene- 
mies, and all he asked was the necessary 
papers to give him traveling facilities 
within the Confederate Statos. He says 
he is well acquainted in tbe Northern 
States ; that he was a lieutenant in Duke's 
command. He also says he was in John 
Morgan's raid, and that finding a good 
opportunity to escape, he run the gaunt- 
let of being captured by Union troops, 
and made his way to Canada, where he 
was assisted by Col. J. R. Holcombe. 
and managed to run the blockade. He 
says: "If I do anything I shall expect 
your full confidence," and expresses his 
wish for an answer soon, and for a short 
interview. The ccimi, 
Lieut. W. Allston, 
dorsement : 

" Lieut. W. AUston offers his services to 
his country to rid it of its deadliest ene- 
mies Respectfully referred bv order ol 
the 1 resident, to the Secretary of War 
• "BENJ. W. HARRLSON, 

"By order of ^ivate Secretly. 

" J- A. C.\MPBELL, A. 8. Vr." 

The court adjourned to 10 o'c'^k a 
M to-morrow. The fqUowing i. S«Vli 
text of the leiter found in the . ^ 
the confederacy : "^*"*" °' 

MoHTooMKtr, WaiT. %^„u 



New York, May 22.— A special to 
the Commercial, dated Washington. 22d, 
says a number of important witnesses for 
tbe prosecution arrived here last night. 
The expectations that the trial will ter- 
minate this week will scarcely berealized. 
Tbe defense will be formidable. Reverdy 
Johnson will chiefly occupy himself with 
rebuttiog evidence to the testimony im- 
plicating Jeff. Davis and the Richmond 
leader.s. It is believed that the captured 
rebel archives will furnish much informa- 
tion about tbe conspiracy. 



»»♦■■♦ 



of Lee's capitulation, and that there was 
no organized body of troops between 
him and Grant, he set out for Charlotte, 
N. C, intending to fix his capital there. 
Even after Lee's capitulation, he seamed 
utterly unable to grasp th> situation. 
He still thought himself able to make 
war or peace, as he pleased ; and it is 
reported that be even hesitated at accept- 
ing the terms granted by Sherman, and 
subsequently set aside by President 
Johnson. After spending three or four 
days at Greensboro, be left for Charlotte, 
where he proceeded to locate his capiral, 
open up government offices, confer pro- 
motions, appoint Generals, &c. Noth- 
ing could exceed his infatuation. He 
wasted time which, for his escape, was 
invaluable, in keeping up the forms of a 
government which bad no existence. The 
train of government and bank specie had 
already »tarted tor the South. Of bis own 
safety Mr. Davis seemed to take little 
thought. He fancied himself at tbe head 
of a powerful people, able to marshal ar- 
mies and offer battle to tbe North. He 
did not realize that his fortunes were 
desperate. 

In the midst of all this delusion came 
the intelligence that the negotiations were 
at an end; and then Mr. Davis and his 
Cabinet set out for Georgia. Their sub- 
sequent movements and rate of progress 
are probably not known in Bicbmond. 
Upon the great mass of the Southerners, 
the cra.sb of their Confederacy had fallen 
as suddenly and unexpectedly as an ava- 
lancte. They were confident the strug- 
gle would last another year, and many 
hoped for final success. It is hard to 
realize tbe infatuation ol tbe Confederate 
adminifttration. Confederate paper was 
not worth two cents to the dollar, and 
was kept up to this figure solely by the 
sale cf government specie, which Mr. 
Trunholm put in the market at sixty for 
one. The Confederate armies had wasted 
away by losses and straggling. Joe 
Johnston had some 45,000 men, Lee 
50,000, and in all there were not as many 
as 160,000 men in arms east of the Mis- 
sissippi River. Kirby Smith and Ma- 
gruder lu-ght, perhaps, have together 
40,0(.)0 men in all. These troops were 
tolerably clothed, but the equipment 
of tbe army w.as inferior. The horses ol 
the cavalry and artillery were inferior, 
and the former were so greatly reduced 
in numbers that they were utterly insuf- 
ficient to protect the Confederate com- 
munications. How Mr. Davis could shut 
his eyes to all this, is perfectly marvelous ; 
but he did, and when people spuketo him 
of negotiation, he doubted and arraigned 
their patriotism. Gen. Lee had, beyond 
all, the most gloomy forebodings. As 
early as the Otb of March, he wrote a 
letter to Mr. Davis, stating that he could 
neither hold his lines nor withdraw bis 
army with the small number of troops at 
his corom3nd. And yet it is said that in 
a speech at Charlotte, Mr. Davis spoke 
of his mibility to understand why a force 
of ]2,(>uO men should surrender. Judge 
Campbell constantly pressed upon the 
attention of tbe government the fact that 
the war could not be carried on, in the 
vain hope that, unable to dispute the 
statement, they would draw the necessary 
inference, and consent to negotiations on 
the basis of reconstruc:ion. But he reck- 
oned without his host. 

• » ♦ « » 

NEGRO SUFFRAGE. 



SECRET REBEL HISTORY. 



Interesting Statement of the Po- 
Bition of Davis and the Con- 
federate Government. 



Unpopularity of Davis. 



8p«>rch«>* of Woadvll Pkllllpa and 
Xn«>«d*re Xiltoa oa ^rgro (tuflTragv 



iUi ..^.•nf n IS signed 
•■""• t« H, d ilje en- 



The following letter was written by a 
gentleman who occupied the position of 
Private Secreta'y to one of the most in- 
fluential members of Jeff. Davis' Cabinet 
throughout the rebellion. It comes, 
therefore, from one well qualified to set 
fcrtb tbe actual condition of affairs in the 
rebel capital during tbe latter days of the 
rebellion. It gives an interior view of 
the reliel Government such as it has not 
been possible to obtain hitherto : R. d. f. 

SHERMAN ON THK HORSE. 

Richmond, Monday, May 15, 1865. 
— The following letter, representative of 
General Sherman's good natured camp 
characteristics, is interesting as a sketch 
of one of the many episodes of the war : 
Rev. — , Confederate Army : 

Atlanta, Ga , Sept. 16, 1864.— i)ear 
Sir — Your letter of Sept. 14th is received. 
I approach a question involving a title to 
a ' horse" with deference for the laws of 
war. That mysterious code, of which we 
talk 80 much but know so little, is re- 
markably silent on the "horse." He is a 
beast so tempting to the soldier, to him 
of the wild cavalry, the fancy artillery, 
or tbR patient infantry, that 1 find more 
difficulty in recovering a worthless, spav- 
ined beast, than in paying a million of 
"greenbacks"; so I fear that I must re- 
duce your claim to ore ol finance, and 
refer you to tbe great board of claims in 
Washington, that may reach your case 
by the time your grand child becomes a 
great grand-father. 

Privately, I think it is a shabby thing 
m the scamp of the 31st Missouri who 
took your horse ; and the Colonel or the 
Brigadier should have restored him. But 
I cannot undertake to make good the sins 
of omission of my own Colonels and 
Brigadiers, much less those of a former 
generation. "When this cruel war is 
over," and peace once more gives you a 
parish, I will promise, it near you, to pro- 
cure out of one of Uncle Sam's corrals a 
beast that will replace the one which was 
taken from you so wrongfully ; but now 
it is impossible. We have a big journey 
before us, and need all we have, and, I 
fear, more too ; so look out when the 
Yanks are about, and hide your beasts, 
(or my experience is that all soldiers are 
very careless in a search for title. I 
know that Gen. Hardee will confirm this, 
my advice. 

With great respect, yours truly, 

W. T. SUERMAN, 
Mfyor General. 

The amount of specie taken hence by 
the Confederate Government has been 
greatly overrated. It did not much ex- 
ceed half a million of dollars ; but a 
large proportion— say half— was in sil- 
ver, and hence the bulk would give the 
idea of greater value. The Richmond 
banks took away their specie, and this 
amount may have reached several mill- 
ions of dollars. It is an error to suppose 
that Mr. Davis took away this or any 
other amount with tbe idea of providing 
for himself in Europe, ''.'he balances of 
the Confederate Government in foreign 
countries, tonstantly kept up to procure 
supplies, are subject to the checks of 
Mr. Davis and his C'abinet, and are 
ample to meet their wants if they get 
abroad. Besides, it is well known that 
when Mr. Davis left hert, he, of all men 
m the woild, had tbe least idea that the 
Confederacy was about to tumble. The 
coin was to provide funds for a war in 
America ; to buy food and munitions of 
war. He thought, in his folly, that he 
could give up tbe capital and the great 
State oi Virginia, and with tbe cotton 
StateK, keep up the contest until the 
North should be wearied out. At the 
beginning of the war the seven cotton 
Statei) thought that by their staple they 
ooold coerce Christendom, tbe North 
inclnded; and of this folly of stand- 
ing alone their leaders had never 
been entirely cured. Mr. Davia 
baited ati Dai ville, with the inten- 
tion of locating his goverament there. 
He stayed just one week, On hearing 



ADDRESS of WENDELL PHILLIPS 

At 8 o'clock Mr. Phillips, in presiding, 
commenced his address. He said : "The 
subject the meeting has been called to 
consider was that relating to the suffrage 
of the negro — the apitation of that claim 
on every ground of its justice, and that 
of its necessity to the country, and espe- 
cially of its agitation now, when the great 
questions, which, under the future of the 
country, are to receive, if not a final set- 
tlement, at least one which will be deci- 
sive, probably for many a year. We 
talk favorably of an amendment to tbe 
Constitution, and the war has made us 
accustomed to such repeated changes that 
we hardly recognize how slow a nation is 
to change it-< universal law. What a vast 
effort it requires to move the inert mass ! 
Since 1789 there has never been any- 
thing which could be called an amend- 
menr to the principles involved in the 
United States Constitution. It has taken 
more thnn seventy jears to effect one sin- 
gle change in the substratum of that in- 
strument. Now, of course, these four 
years of active life — make us exceedingly 
hopeful as to the possibilit} of changing 
and progresiing in future. But it is wise 
to count on what we may fairly expect 
and, not on whit we may fairly hope. Our 
conduct should be based on probable ex- 
pectation, and certainly the past gives us 
no ground to hope that if there be a set- 
tlement on principles now, there will be 
hardly any change of tbem whatever when 
the seal is set. Whatever the nation 
does, it should do at least with the ex- 
pectation that it is in a large sense a fin- 
ality. Now let us go back to the forma- 
tion of the Constitution. In 1789 the 
subject of individual liberty bad received 
not only an earnest discussion, but the 
direct light and fevered activity of war, 
as much as in our own day, and when 
1789 had passed from the country, this 
was its Constitution. Pennsylvania had 
begun, and Mass'^cbusetts had complet- 
ed the emancipation of every slave upon 
their soil, and the rest of what are uow 
called New England States had commenc- 
ed emancipation. Maryland boasted the 
eloquence of Pinckney and the activity of 
the celebrated Luther Martin. Virginia, 
the leading colony, of the thirteen, and 
certainly tie head of the slave States, 
rested passive in the hands of Chancellor 
White, James Madison, Thomas Jeffer- 
son, and George Washington ; and these 
four were thca avowed emancipation- 
ists. Patrick Henry was the same, 
and the cause of the negroes liberty 
boasted almost every great man on its 
side. South Carolina then, as now, was 
the nucleus of a malignaivt aristocracy, 
and Georgia was but a frontier station. 
The colonies which had iust ratified the 
constitution of 1787, which pledged the 
free territory of the great West to free- 
dom unmixed, unconditional and perma- 
nent. What sky could be brighter? and 
yet beneath it were the waves of revolu- 
tioG* It Eeemed as if the standard had 
touched tbe very citadel of the enemy, 
and victory was certain ; but, as Napo- 
leon says, it is the last fifteen minutes 
that decides the victory, and it was just 
in this fifteen minutes that our fathers 
folded their hands and went to sleep. 
While they slept, the devil, in the robes 
of South Carolina, sowed tares. He 
dropped into the lands a little seed, 
and branches of tbe civil war of '61 were 
the harvest. This harvest, so costly, 
bought with so much trea.sure ntnl »>'o ».J, 

should not be fully re:<".;'l. i as 

much hope as any man. 1 have no doubt 
that when the stake of this year is set 
down by the future it will be a vast stride 
ahead of anything we have gained hith- 
erto. This is not the question ; it is rath- 
er a question of race. Tbe time is com- 
ing when the distinctions of color and 
men will be forever eliminated firom our 
history. 

Our work to-day is to blot out forever 
the word "white" from every constitution 
and statute book of the btates. We must 
wage war with the word by all the moral 
forces at our command. Slavery itself 
has been destroyed— God has broken the 
shackles of the bondman by the thunder- 
bolts of battle. (Applause.) Tbe South 
put forth all its resources, in their des- 
perate war, and they were conquered — 
but they are not subdued . They declare 
they have not been subdued. What is to 



be done with these men? Yon can't, as 
Burke said, indict a nation. You can't 
try the rebel States for treason and mur- 
der ; nor should you do it. Every un- 
necessary severity is cruel. The severe 
majesty of the government, which bore 
the civil war of 1861 without ajar, which 
went on undisturbed in its course even 
by the murder of tbe President, is too 
great to act in a vindictive spirit. I would 
not have this great nation exhibit such a 
spectacle to tbe world as taking ven- 
geance on a section which it has subdued. 
What effect would such a course have 
upon mankind ? You remember the story 
of Uncle Toby, when the fly troubled 
him at. tbe window. "Ob," said be, "tbe 
world is large enough for me and thee, 
poor insect," and so would I say^ even 
to the great statesman of the Con- 
federai'y. But statesman and lead- 
ing newspapers say differently, and 
I do not impugn their motives. Men 
pray to be protected from the sins of the 
wicked, but I pray to be delivered from 
the sins of good men. (Laughter.) It 
is the mistakes of men whom we revere, 
which create mischief in a state, and that 
is the reason why I do not put trust in the 
counsel of these men. I believe that 
vengeance is unwise and unnecessary. 
The only safety and guarantee of Union 
which this hour requires, is tbe ballot for 
the negro. (Applause.) The necessity 
lor the ballot for him is obvious. Under 
the process of reconstruction, any 
State may make a law that will render the 
freedom he has received of no use to him. 
State rights can be interposed against 
him now. I am a Democrat in the prin- 
cipal doctrine of state rights. They lim- 
it federal power, and are great barriers to 
centralization. If we are ever to be 
saved from the corruption of power, it 
will be by these break-waters. It is no 
state rights I oppose, but the degree of 
St ate rights. I bold th at state rights should be 
brought under the control of tbe national 
idea in favor of equal rights for the negro. 
[Applause ] My object is to level grade 
x-ithout reference to party, and put it so 
that the Democratic or Republican loco- 
motives may pass over it. [Laughter and 
applause.] Freedom was a result of the 
war. God bless the hand that achieved 
it ! It was one object ; but liberty is a 
barren privilege in tbe hand without the 
scepter of the ballot that unlocks it. 

Mr. Phillips next referred to the peril 
which would surround the blacks in tbe 
South by hostile legislation, if he had no 
power to checkmate it by the franchise. 
Abolitionists, he said, secure i liberty for 
tbe bla-.:k man ; he achieved but half the 
work which he h#d pledged hii life to ef- 
fect during thirty years. I shall never 
relax my efforts till an amendment to the 
Constitution is passed, declaring that no 
State shall make any (distinction of per- 
sona born on our soil and residing on it, 
on account of race, color, or descent. 
[Applaus?.] On the4th of December we 
shall endeavor to have one party or the 
other risk its life on this question — or 
both together — and there our functions, 
if successful, are ended. [Applause.] 
The speaker closed by eulogizing Presi- 
dent Johnson, a9 one who would be faith- 
ful to the negro ; and also by announc- 
ing that two gentlemen had pledged sub- 
scriptions of $100 each to present the 
question before the people. A collection 
tor this object was then taken up. 

ADDRESS OF THEODORE TILTON. 

Theodore Tilton followed. He con- 
gratulated the audience on the cheering 
signs of the times, and having alluded to 
the country's financial progress, spoke of 
Mr. Phillips' remark that this nation was 
too strong to take vengeance. But he 
would answer that tbe punishment of 
treason was death, and not vengeance. 
The speaker having contended that Jeff. 
Davis, as the great arch traitor, should 
be hung, passed on tbe question of the 
ballot for the negro —which was inevita- 
bly necessary to guard his liberty, and 
overcome the hostility of the southern 
white people who had joined the rebel- 
lion. There was, he said, a far greater 
right for the negro t j receive the bal ot 
than the foreigner : for the negro, having 
received liberty, values this Union more 
than any foreigner who come-! to this 
land. Did they not see the right to give| 
the negro the franchise w'len they gave it 
to the Irishman who comes here, and is told 
"Pat, vote against the government." 
(Applause and Uugbter.) As they had 
not proscribed other races, they should 
not proscribe tbe negro. (Applause.) 

REPLY OF MR. PHILLIPS. 

Mr Phillips then camd forward and 
asked that, while the audience were 
making up their minds as to whom they 
should like to hear next, he might be aL 
lowed to speak one single word in reply 
to Mr. Tilton's observation, that, in his 
opinion, be had placed an obstacle in the 
way of negro suffrage by renouncing 
the gibbet. He would only say that, 
holding a common Southern white man 
in one band reading a newspaper, and 
the negro in the other wielding a bayonet, 
both standing each on bis own farm, 
he would not be afraid of Jefferson 
Davis, (applause,) not if they 
multiplied him by one hundred thousand. 
Until he wa» made afraid he would never 
hang him. (Voices — "You ought to," 
and cheers.) He once wrote over the 
grave of John Brown "Virginia dared 
not let him live," and never with his con- 
sent should a Southerner write over the 
grave of Jefferson Davis "The Union 
dared not let this wretch live." Wander- 
ing over the face of the earth and point- 
ed at with the finger of scorn as the man 
who tried to found a republic on slavery, 
be is no: so strong, as resting in his grave, 
with his friends, saying to the world, he 
was too strong in his cause and in his ad- 
herents for the Union to permit him to 
live. 

• » ♦ » ♦ 

General Sheridan. 

New York, May 22. 

Gen. Sheridan and staff, who arrived 
in this city to-day, left this evening for 
Cincinrati on their way to the south- 
west, he having been appointed to the 
command of the department of Texas. 
He will immediately assume control of 
the troops now in the southwest, together 
with su(;h additional cavalry forces as the 
exigencies of the service may require to 
be placed at his disposal. The cavalry 
forces formally commanded by' General 
Sheridan will be under Gen. Merritt, 
during the coming review, in the absence 
of Gen. Cook. 

It is understood that Gen. Custer and 
Gen. Merritt will join Gen. Sheridan is 
the west. 

Tbe following officers comprise the 
staff of Gen. Sheridan : Gen. Forsylhe, 
Chief of Staff; Col. Wewhall, Adjutant 
General; Maj. Lee, A. A. G. ; Col. 
Forsythe and Majs. Gillespie, Allen, 
Moore, and Kepp. 



SfptM ^im. 



pUQneyg, &t. 



Resistance at An End. 

Great n»w8 of brilliant achlev«ment» is arriv- 
ing from ever; quarter. Headii that most turl. 
ouily rebel against the laws of bemutv, whether 
they be white. Iron gray, sandy, or glaring red, 
are eterywhere 

bTMlHING THEIR COLOBS. 
and a«8uming the lovelir gt brown or the most lus 
trous and perfect black, under the swift opera- 
tion of 

CBISTADORO'S HAIR DTE 

which trangQgurea them In a fe^ moment*. Man- 
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New Yorli. Sold by Druggists. Applied by ali 
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Rally the System. 



After a disease has been conquered, there Is 
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removed. Coavalescence Id a tedious affair. If 
the enfeebled and flaccid muscle.i, the thatt<<red 
nerves, the tMn and watery blood could speak, 
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The flery etimul ints of commerce do harm. They 
kiudle a temporary flune, which it a mockery. 
Their effect passe', anl the la«t state of liim who 
uses them is worse than the first. 

Not such is the elTect of UOSTETTKR'S STO- 
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any other delettrlo is element. Tbe most care- 
ful and skillful chemists ^ve analyzed the Bit- 
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This \i Bclentidc teutlmony; but the testimony 
of the hundreds of thousand-i who have experi- 
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St. Panl, April 24, 186S. 



Mexioan Mustang Iiimment. 

The parties in St. i ouls and Cincinnati, who 
ive been counterfeiting the MusUuk Liniment 
under pretense of proprietorship 



thoroughly estopped by the Courts 
- ■ • litlo 



ave been 

To guard 

atrom 



IMC I L. L I IV E R. Y^. 

Be it known to every lady In the State that we 
have a stock of Mil inery such as cannot be found 
In any other house in the City. We think we 
can afford a little to every family in Minnesota, 
and at prices that must pleaa^lie buy- rs, having 

Purchased Before the Late Advance. 

We have a choice stock of 

DIC^^ GhOOI>8 

Just opened. 

Our Cloak Department 

is well supplied with the Utest designs. 

Dress and. Cloalc Trimmixigs, 
very new ; 
HEAD-DRESSES AND HEAD ORNAMENTS, 
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will be glad to hear that we have obtained the 
service-i of Miss /immerroann, who will l>e happy 
to wait on them in the future. 

Mrs. J. t. DUGAN. 

St. Fanl. May 10, 1865. 



J. H. FERRELL ft CO., 

GENERAL 

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attention given to each department. Oar aim Is 
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respectfully ask a share of the trade of Minnesota. 

Especial Attention Given to the Sale 
ofGrain. 

Consignments and Correspondence Boliolted. 
Office an** **"••«' '* iw>«»Kr>o «»«.«it, 
H-d.twtwlm CMKCAOO. KK.K.. 

BItAMK BOOKS 
Of every desorlption for Beoords or A« 
•oanta, made to order ia the best manner, at th* 
FBBH9" BINDKBT. 



against f\irther imposition, I have procurei 
the U. S. Treasury a private stet'l platw revenue 
sii Dip, which is placed over the top of each bot- 
ll< ." Each stamp bears the fac simtte ot my slg- 
oifu- « .and witnout which the art'cle is a coun- 
ts' il^ (Mngerous and worthless Imitation. Kx- 
arniiK* e \V t bottle. This Liniment has been in 
use and f: ivjie^ in favor for many years. There 
hardly wc ' ts *l»amleton the habitable Globe 
that does < > t ctntain evidence of its wonderfu 
effects. It 1 t*»e best emolieut in tee world. 
With its pres9TW»initroved Ingn-dlents, its elTect 
upon man and t>'. i. are perfect lj( remarkable. 
Sores are healed, pniiit relieved, lives saved, val- 
uable animals made useful, and untold ills as- 
suaged, tor cuts, bruise*, sprains, rheumatism, 
swellings, bites, outs, caked breasts, strained 
horses, Ac, it is a sovereign remedy that should 
never be dispensed with. It should be in every 
family. Sold by all Druggists. 

D. S. BARNES ft CO., New York. 



HA.GAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM. 

This is the most delightful and extraordinary 
article ever discovered. It changes the sun-burnt 
face and hands to a pearly satin texture of rav- 
ishing beauty, i-nparting the marble purity of 
youth, and the diatii^guf. appcariace so Inviting 
in the city belle of fashion. I; removes tan, 
freckles, pimples and roughness from the skin, 
leaving tne complexion fresh, transparent and 
smoo>^h. It contains no material injurious to the 
skin. Patronized bv Actresses and Opera Sing- 
ers. It is what every lady should have, bold 
everywhere. Prepar. d by 

W. E.TlAGAN, Troy, N. Y. 

Address all order:) to 

DKMAS S. BARNES t CO., New York. 

gwp22-dAweow- ■ y -wes'y 

Tub Grkat English Remkpy. — Sir 

jAMiOO' ARKK SCKI-KBKAIKI) FKMALE PII.L8. 

Prepnrel/rom a preicripfion of Sir J. Clarke, 

M. !>.. rhyiician Kitraorditwry tofhe Qwin. 

This invaluable mHiiiolne i.-* unlailiiig in tho 
cure of all tliose painful and dangerous diseases 
to which the female constitution is subject. It 
moderates a 1 excess and removes all obstruc- 
tions, and a speedy cure may be n-lied on. 

To Married Ladies it is peculiarly suited. It 
will, in a short time, bring on the mOuthly period 
with rt'giilarity. 

l-^ach bottie, price One Dollar, Ix-ars the Gov- 
ernment stamp of Great Britain, to preventcoun- 
terteits. , . . .. , 

C \UT10N.— '/%**<• PillBshould not he taken by 
Females duriHg the FIRSi TH RE K MONTHS 
of /'rtgnancy, ns they am sure to bring on Mis- 
carriage, but at ang nther time they are safe. 

In al cases of Nervous and Spiral Affections, 
Pains in the Hack and Limbs, Fatigue on slight 
exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and 
Whites, these Pills will effect a cure wuen all 
other means have failed; and although a power- 
ful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, actimo- 
ny, or anything hurtiul to the constitution. 

••"nil directions in the pamphlet around each 
package, which should be caretuUy preserved. 

Sold by all Druggists. Sole Ag-'nt for the 
United autes and Canada, JOB MOSES, 
27 Cortlandt street N. T. 

N. B.— $t and stamps enclosed to any author- 
iied agent, will insure a bottle, conulning liity 
Pills, by return mail. 

O<i2-dtool.'e5-wtnovl0,'n5-swf 

CA.ITTION FROM THK 

AMfiRICAiV WATCH CO. 

It having come to our knawledge that Imita- 
tions of the American^Watch have l>oen put upon 
the market In great number, calculated by their 
utter worthlessness to Injure the refutation of 
our genuine products, to protect our own inter- 
ests and the public from imposition, wo again 
publish our trade marks by which our Watches 
may invariably beknowo. 

We manufkcture four stylos of Watches. 

The first hai the name. 

"AMERICAN WATCH CO.,Waltham, Mass.," 
engraved on the inside plate. 

The stoond has the name 

"APPLETON, TRACY fc CO., Waltham, 
Mass," engraved on the inside plate. 

The third has the name 

"P. 8. BARTLBTT, Waltham, Mass.," en- 
graved on the inside plate. 

All the above styles have the name American 
Watch Co. painted on the dial, and are warranted 
in every respect. 

The fourth has the named 

•'WM. ELLERY, Boston, Mass.," engraved on 
the Inside plate, and Is not named on the disl. 

All the al>ov( descrlt>ed watches arc made of 
various sizes, and are so d in gold or silver cases, 
as may be required. 

It is hardly possible for us to a':cumtely de- 
scribe the numerous imitations to which we have 
alludel. They are usuilly in ;crlbed with names 
so nearly approaching our own aj to escape the 
observation of the unaccustomed buyer. Some 
are represented at made by tho "Union Watch 
Co. of Boston, Mass."— no such company exist- 
ing. Some are named the "Soldier's Watch," to 
be sold as our fourth, or Wm. EUery style, usn- 
atly known as the "Soldier's Watch." Others 
are named the "Appleton Watoh Co. ;" others 
the "P. S. BartLiiY," instead of our "P. S. Bart- 
lett;" l>eside8 many varieties named in such a 
manner as to convey the idea that they are the 
veritable productions of the American Wa:ch 
Company. 

We also caution the public, and particularly 
soldiers, against buying oertain articles c ills o 
watches, so freely advertised in illustrated pa- 
pers as "Army Watches," "Officers' WaUhes," 
"Magio Time Observers," "Arcana Watches," 
Ac, the prices ol which are stated to be ttom 
seven to sixteen dollars. A gcod watch, in these 
times, cannot l>e afforded for any such money, 

A little attention on the part of buyers will pro- 
tect th^'mfrom gross imposition. 

BOBBINS & APPLETON, 

AGENTS FOB THE AMERICAN WATCH CO., 
Xti Broadway, New York 

m3-dlm%w 



"THERE IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL." 
Tarrant's Compound Extract 

OF 

CTJDEBS & COPA.IBA., 

Isasure certain and speedy cure for all diseases 
of the Bladder, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, 
either In male or female, frequently performing 
a pefect cure in the short space of three or four 
diys.snd always in less time than any other 
preparation. In the u'e ol Tarrant's Compound 
Extract of Oubeb's and Cotaiba there is no need 
of comtinem''nt or change of diet. In its ap- 
proved form of a paste, it is entirely tasteless, 
and causes no unpleasant sensation to the pa- 
ti<>nt, and no exposure. Ills aaknowledged by 
the most learned in t'le profession that in the 
above class of diseaies, Cubibs and Copaiba are 
tlie onljr two remedies known that can be relied 
upon with any certainty of success, 

Tarrant's Compound Extract of Cubebs and Co- 
paiba NEVER FAILbl 

Manufictured only by 

T.ARRAMX 4c CO., 

278 Greenwich St., New York. 

ja9- Sold by Crugglsts all over the World. 

myl7-ly 



Tli6 Largest Collar Manufactory 

IN THE NORTHWEST. 

Bigelow's Satin - Enameled 

B^ntOlV COLLARS. 

A now article of Invention. This collar exceeds 
all other paper collars for lomfort, nf atness and 
economy. Also a large assortment of 

Satin-Enameled Garrotes, Linen Pa> 

per Byrons, and Linen Paper 

Garrotes. 

Ladles Satin- t-nameled Collars and CuOjp: a 
new and convenient articl<<. Tbe trade supplied 
al the lowest market prices. 

BIGELOW & CO., 
Manufacturers, 
mayT-Sm 11 I.ASalle street, Chicago. 



US.73^LOAN 

$230,000,000. 



By authority of the SeereUry of the Treasury, 
the undersigned, the General Subscription Agent 
for the sale of United States Securities, offers to 
the public the third jerles of Treasury Notes, 
bearing seven and thr ie-tenths per cent, interest 
per annum, known as the 

These notes are IlSV ed under date of July 15, 
1865, and are payable 1 bree years Irom tliat date 
in currency, or are cc nvertible at the option of 
the holder into 

TT. B. 5-2C' Biz per cent. 
OOLD-BBiLlLZZira Bozn>8. 

These Bonds are n<>w worth a handsome pre- 
mium, and are exem }t, as are all the Govern 
msnt Bonds, /rotn St<\te, County, and Municipal 
taxation, uhich adds from one to thrte per cent, 
per annum to their vilue, according to the rate 
levied upon other property. The Interest is pay- 
able sf mla^nually by coupons attached to each 
note, which may be cut off and told to any bank 
or banker. 

The Interest at 7.30 per cent, 
amounts to 

One cwat p«r da.jr oa » 9AO •••• 
Two ceala " •' <■• $100 " 
T«n '' •' ■* *' $ftOO ** 

»o " * * 91,000 " 

$1 " " ' $ft,000 " 

Note] of all the dei ominations iJamed will be 
promptly furnished u]'On receipt of suttscriptions. 

The Notes of this Third Series are preci ely 
similar in form and piivUeges to the Seven-Thlr- 
t'es alread ' sold, ex'iept that the Government 
reserves to itse f the option of paying interei-t in 
gold coin at 6 par cent., instead 1 f 7 ;t-lOihs in 
cur.ency. Subicribeis will deduct the Int^'rest 
in currency up to July 15tb, at the time when 
they subscribe. 

The deUvery of the notes of this third aeries of 
the Seven-thirties w'il commence on the Ist of 
June, and will l>e mide promptly and continu- 
ously after that date. 

The slight change made in the conditions of 
this THIRD SERIES affecU only the matter of 
interest. The payment iu gold, if made, wilt be 
equivalent to the curi'ency interest of the higher 
rate. 

The return to sped » payments, in the event of 
which only will the ption t3 pay lntere<'t in Gold 
t>4 availed of, would so reduce and equallre prices 
that purchases made with six per cent, in gold 
would be fully equal to those made with seven 
end three-tenths per cent, in currency. This is 

THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET 

Now offered by the Government, and its superior 
advantages make It the 

Great Popular Loan of the People. 

Less than $230 003,ix;o of the Loan authorised 
by Congress are now >n the market. This amount, 
at the rate at which it is l>clng absorbed, will be 
subscribed for within sixty days, when the notes 
will undoubtedly conmand a rremlum,ae has 
uniformly been the cise on closing the Fubsorip- 
tlons to other Loans, 

In order that citizens ofevery town and section 
of the country may I'C afforded facilities for tak- 
ing the Loan, the Niitional Banks, State Banks, 
and Private Bankers throughout the country 
have generally agree 1 to receive '.ubscriptions at 
par. Subscr bers wi 1 select their own agents, 
in whom they have onfldence, and who only are 
to be responsible for the delivery ot the notes for 
which they receive orders. 

JfJx.^ COOKIU. 

Subscription Agent, Phlladelplila. 
May 15, 18(^5. 



im 60ad^ 



i 



NEW GOODS I 



D. W. Ingersoli & Co. 



Are reosiTlitg by txpttt ttom the lata 



PANIC AUCTION SALES 



iniVBW YORK. 



eiPLEIVI>II> 8XYLE8 



OF 



IVEAV TyiEX.iAJ'NES I 



AMD 



UDIES' DRESS GOODS, 



01.A. L I O O B 8 . 



BROWN k mmu mmn 



A|ND 



HOOP SKIRTS I 



rhlcb, togetheitwith aa 



sxrrEivsivK sxock 



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! 






■«4- 



W 



ESTCHESTEB HOUSE, 



Corner Sroome-8t. and Botwery, 

NEW YORK. 

On the European plan, Aooommodatlons for two 

hundred guests. 

lAll.Iti I. IT. DARROW. PronrtetoT. 

8EC01V0 

National Bank of St. Paul. 



a paid 
liar 



ThH Bnnk is now fully organized with 
up capital of Ti«o Uundrnd Thousand Dollars, 
Hud is open forthe tranHHC ion ot a general thank- 
ing and Exchange bui^ini'xs. Coll) ctious upon 
ail accessible poiati< in the Northwest will be 
made and romilted for on day ofpavmrnt at cur- 
rent rates of fxchange. Ulghesr Market Kates 
paid iijr Gold, ^ilver, and Koreign Exchange, 
ihisliank Ih an agent for subocriptions to the 
popular I nited states 7.30 Loan, and these notes 
will at all timt-s bt* kept on hand for sale in sums 
of from Fifty Dollars upwards. 

E. S. EDGEKION, President. 
JOHN NiCOLS, Vice President. 

D. A. MONFOBT, Cashier. 

DIRKCXOR8: 

.lOHN NICOL*, I i». DAY, 

J. U. STHIWART, N. B. MARWOOD, 

B. PRESLEY, IJ. B. BRADKN, 

C. U. SCIU;RMBtER, .lO-iKPU DAILEY, 
P. BERRKV, K. R. SMITH, 

I. 0. OEORGE, I lSA*C STAPLES, 

E. 8. EDGERTON. 
St. Paul, April 10th, 18C5. 

apr9-ly 



machine"^ works- 

011" JVLLNISrESOTA. 



SUBSCaiPTIORS WILL BB BBOKIVKD by the 

First National Bank of St. Paul. 
Second National B ink of St. Paul. 
First National Bank of Winona. 
First National Bank of Hastings. 
First National Bank of Minneapolis. 
National Exchangi Bank of Minneapolis, 
First National Kai k of New Ulm. 
F'lrst National Ban c of Rochester. 
ni»yl2-tl-agl6. 

The Ninth National Bank 

OK TUE CUT OF NEW YORK. 
CANTAX., $1,1)00,000 PAID IU. 

FISCAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 

ASD SPKCIAL AOKIIT FOE JAT COOKE, S'JB- 
SCRIP riflN AGENT, 

lirilltl*liT«rV-3UM*f«>afr*« •fcbarfrtt 

by expresK, in allpirtHof ihe country, and re- 
ceive in payment checks on New York. Phila- 
delphia and Boston, nirrent bills, and all IIT'; per 
cent. Interest notes, with interest to dtte of sub- 
ccription. (>rder8 si'nt bv mail will be promptly 
hiled. This Bunk re selves ihoaccountsut Banks 
and Bankers on favr -able terms; also of individ- 
uals keeping New York accounto. 
J.T. lilLL Cashier. J. U. ORVIS, Pres't. 



or 



DRY [GOODS, 

THKYLWILL SELL AT THE 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

TboM who want Dry Goods shonld be sure and 
call at 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO.'S 



« ,i - i rv i rm 



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I1 



ie|»tl>ly 



8T. PAUL. KINir. 



NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES I 
C A-THCART & CO . 

Are receiving by Express 

Large Additions to their Stock, 

consisting of all the noTeltlet in 

Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods. 



1865. Sf:EDS. 



1865 



Seeds ! 

GARDEN, GRASS 



. (i^eeds ! 

AND FLOWER SEEDS I 



C£[A.IVG£: OF B^SS 



Sines the defltruction by fire of the Pioneer 
Foundry in St. Paul, in .loly last, we have erect- 
ed a shop at Minneapulls, in order to avail our- 
selves of the facilltieii of wat^r P'lwer in our bus- 
IneHS. We expect to get in operation about the 
15th of April, when we shall be prepftred to do 
any kind of miil machinery or otlirr casiingH 
that miy be called for. Being practical iron and 
bra -IS founders and machinists of 'iS years experi- 
ence (12 years in this btate), we think we can 
give our pitrons goort satisfaction, both in qual- 
ity and price of work in our line. We fthall he 
able to furnish Ordinary Castings, 6 cents per lb. 
Brrss Castingfi, 75 cents per lb. Babbit Metal, 
50 to rs centi per lb. Lathe work and flni.-ihlng, 
from $5 to $6 per day. Pattern Mal^ini;, $4 per 
day. Having an experienced I'attern Maker, we 
can makf any pattern that may be wanted. Upon 
th<' opening Of navigation vre intend to cast every 
day, Sundaye oxcepted, so that we shall be able 
to furnish castinftg without the usual delay. Old 
Iron, brass, copper, lead, Ac, wanted. 

OILMAN <t CO., Pioneer Fonndrv. 
Adjoining Perkins &. Crocker's Grift Mill. 

Minneaiiolie, April 10, 1865. aplldAw-ly 



NBir IWUSIC fy^MMKM'^RATIVR OF 
THE DKATiI of PBtSIDfcNT i,INCOLN. 
A NATION WEEPS J. W. Turner. :«) 

"Mournful ! O, tearful, Columbia to-day I 
Sorrow and sadness obscuring the way." 

"LITTLE TAD Turner. 30 

As Mr. i.incon lay dying his wife imnlored him 
totpeaktoher but finding him unabU to do so 
she tranti'»Ily exclaimed, 'Where's Tad? Brintc 
little Ta<i I He always loved Tad ; he will speak 
to him." 

Neauek MY Gon TO Tube. Song and Quar- 
tet As sung on thn ootasion of ser'-ices com- 
memorative of the death ot fresldent Lincoln. 30 

In Memorial, in honor of President Lincoln 
—a Funeral March Dr. F. Hasse. 30 

Requmx Makch W.O. Fisk. 40 

FUNKKAi. Makch, p'^rf.^rmed at the Funeral 
of President Lincoln. OonizetIL With an ele- 
gant Vignette. 40. Plain. :%). 

I heabove sent post paid, to any adj^resB on re- 
ceipt of thepilce. 

OLIVER DITSON & CO., 
m^O t.ch Boston. 

DYSPEPSIA AND FITS ! 

WMVH — A llarw Care for these distressing 

— complaints is now made known in a 
JFJITS— Treatise on Foreign and Native Herbal 

—preparations, published by Doctor O. 
VAXft—PHEuPS BROWN. The prescription 

— was furnished tiim in such a providen- 
flTS — tial manner that lie cannot conscieo- 

— tiously refuse to make it known, as it 
VITft— has cured evervbody who has used it, 

—never having failed in a single case. It 
CKTS — is equally sure in cases of Fits a« of 

— Dyspepsia, and the ingredients may be 
■ " Druggist. l*t«Mt 

to 



DAY 8c JENKS, 

DRXTG-GISXli, SAINT f»AI7Ij, 

DKALKKS IN 

GRASS SEEDS— Timothy, Clover, Red Top 
Hungarian, Blu) Grass, Orchard and Lawn 
Grass. 

GARDEN SEEDS— By the Pound, Box, or Pa- 
per, in great var ety. 

FLOWER SEEDS--The largest and best assort- 
ment iu this &ta e. 

RUTA BAGA and TURNIP SEED, Wholesale 
and Retail. apA-d&w3m 



WAMTBn — A(;ents in every county, to in- 
troduce the lollowing new and popular 
works: '• Ihe life o ■ Waxhiugton," ".Sacred Bi 
ography and Hi-tort ," "Christian Home," and 
"Museum of Wo:iilerful Adventures and Ex- 
ploits." Agents ar* making ppledid reports 
from twenty to thirty orde-s per day. 
F''or terms call on or address, with rtamp, 

O.B. GIBBS, 
131 Clark St , Chicago, 111 P.O. Box 308. 
mal6 3m 



Baring made onr purchases ander the moat 
AiTorable circomstances, we are enabled to oflTer 
a line of goods which will be attractive to all who 
seek lor tbe New, the Beautiful and the Good. 

Tendering our thanks for the Ut>eral patronage 
bestowed upon us in the past, we would respect- 
fully solicit a continuance of the same— with the 
assurance tftat it shall be our aim to make all 
biuiness transactions l>oth pleasant and profita> 
ble to the buyer. 

Rememl>er the "Old House," 

IVo. 13VS Thlrcl St. 

St. Paul, April 6, iKdS. apl-ly 




-:o; 



BE j^TJTIFUL 



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N 



F-AMTT.Y GS-llOCKRY STORK 

WE have Just open^ in Messrs. Hoinnan ft 

Halford's old stand, on the oomer of Seventh 

and Olive Streets, an entire New Stock of 

VAIIUXI OROCKRIBS. 

We will keep on hand a full assortment of tbe 
very best goods to be found. We solicit the 
trade of tho old firm and the public generally. 

We also keep on land a fhll stock of Produoe, 
which we will sell ai the lotoett wiartet price, 

LINCK ft BRO. 
BOvSO tSmo. 



f KTS^obtaiued from any 



ny Druggist. 
— frve to all on n'ceipt of five cents 



FITM — pre-pav postage. Ho. Address Dr. O. 
—f HELPS BROWN, No. 10 Grand St 



ra»— Jersey City, N. J. 



myl9-d6t&2tw 



J. 



Agent for the sale of 

New York aiul Michigan 

Salt. 

LOWKR LBYSB, 8T. PAUL. 

aprlM. 



a»-| OK A MOH 

tpX^tr everywher 



MOITTH — AoKiTTS Waitted 

re to introduoe the improved 

Sftaw <f Olitrk $'M Family Sewing Mac/tine, the 
o«/tf lo * prlc < machin 1 in th- country whi h is 
licensed by Orover s Baker, Wheeler & Wilson, 
Howe, Slng*r i Co., and bauht-lder All other 
machine' now sold for le s ihan forty do' lars 
each are infringements, tiD'itb» sell racd user 
ar ' liabU. to fine and imprisonwunt. 8aUry aad 
expenses, or Urge com mlsslo a, allowed 'IIm. 
trated otreUara sent lYee. Address SHAW 4 
CLA«K, BMdflford, Matatf/ laaaiKliramo 



LOW Kit! LOWEH: 

GmOCKREffiS & PROVISIONS 

Have fallen until'lt wouldjseem that they have 
reached the bottom Wo wiU continue t« sell at 
tbe lowest figures until they make another start 
lower down. We hive on hand a nice stock of 
COKFES, TEAS, SUGARS, 

Canned Fruits, I'ried Emits, t+olden t»ym8, 
Oyeters, tickles, Sugar H. Syrup, 

Carbon Oil, Igg«, Butter, 

Cheese, Aoples, Oi>ions, 

Potato«>s, Tirnips, Hour, 

Corn Meal, B ickw. * lour, Tuba, 
Bankets, Brooms, Puile, Afl., fte. 

Remember tbe pU ce— on .Tackson street, oppo- 
site the Big Clock, uhero Wimbish kept. 

DUQAN RUNN£Tr£&CO. 
St. Paul, April 2S 186S. marl7.yl 



'nrooD, HAr awd i:.I9ib. 

O. A. PRESCOTT. 

[Snccessor to PENNY fc MEAGHAV,] 
, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

l^ood. Hay & Hiime. 

Wood sawed, spll t and delivered in any quanti 
Uty. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 

Office and Vard, i»rner Fourth and St. Peter 
streets. 

aprl«-3m 

r AIBBANK'S 
HTAHDABO 

SOALiSiS 

OrAU KIVBIt 

Alto, WarehonaeTmoks, Lattai 
Presses, fco.,fta, 

ViilKBAM Ki I ,QRB£NI.KAF ft 00. , 
ITS lAke Street, Chioajto. F<>mlela8t.r»ci 
ty 3. C. & H. C. Burbau ft Co. 
Be oarafbl to bay oaly tha laaalMi ' aU 



SPRING DRESS GOODS, 

PRIPTTS, 

XV7BK RKCKIVKD 'B-T KXPMKftS, 
AHD WILL BE 

Sold at Panic P*rices, at 
L. O. BXJ»T'S, 



I 



dfloli-iy 



]«• TMr« ••*«•<, ••. 



C. A. PRESCOTT. 




J. L. FOBEPAUGH & CO., 

Thoinp(Bon*8 Slook, 3d Street, 

Saint Paul, Minnesota. 

THE ONLY EXCLUSIVELY 

WHOLESALE DRY GOODS HOUSE 

In Minnesota. 

WE ARE JUST RECEIVING OCR 

NETT SPRUNG STOCK 

and would call the attention of buyers to the fkct 
that having made our purchases at the time of the 

X.a.te Great Dooline 

and principally fVom the large 

Auction Sales at New York, 

we can offer onr customers BETTER BARGAINS 
than they can g>'t in any market west 
of New York. 
Our assortment of goods is rery extenslTe, and 

comprises all varieties in 

r> It "^ o o o i> s 

ASO 

iranlce« N'otionai. 

We respecilully eolioit an examination of onr 

oods and prices. 

J. L. FOREPAUGH. 
JUL. AUE&BACU. 

ap23 ly 



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St. Paul April 22, 1805. 



One Crood Secona-Hand 

V Octave Heaew<»< 

I> I -^ N O 

WITH IRON FRAME, rOR SALE CHEAF 
At IkTCJI^^OBR SRO.'S. 

Ghood 5 -Octavo Molodeon 

BXOOND-HAITD, FOR SALS CHEAP, 
▲t Idunser Bro.*«« 



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Which w« are lelllaK »t 



REDUCED PRICES 



By the ease or doien. Merchantt «r« urged to 
«U and reoelT* the adraotaxes of a 



WHOLESALE HOUSE. 



liTm. J. Smith Sc Co. 

■ioh33-ir 

TEA! TEAl TEAl 



IX THE 



ST. PAUL TEA STORE 



MidOly Sa« Third Mr «»(. 

NUTICE. 

TO THE STOCKHOLDEBS OK THE 

1st Div. St. Paul it Paciffic R. R. Co. 

The annaal meeting of the Stockhalders of the 
1st Dlr. St. Paul and Pacific Bailroad Company 
will beheldon the!iecoBdTa«»day In June, being 
on the 13th prox , from 9 o'clock A. M. to '.! r. m., 
at the office of the Compa'y, in the City of St. 
Pan' , for the purposo of electing Directors for 
the entaing rear. 

Dated St. Paul, May 13th, ISM. 

SAHL. S. BREED, 
mU-lm Secretary."* 



S^nrntictf &<* 



LBBACH * CO 
• Mann 



Manafacturers .of (uperlor 

SOA.P AlSr> CAJVDI^ES. 

Eagle street, near Upper Lavee. 
HIGHEST MARKKT PUICK PAIC FOB 

Lard, Xallo-w aucl Greaiae 

I. RK«rf|. l|ailMvr|%W *.w.FK4RRna. 
-IV-HITXJIY * BAaiKJlK. 

— AJID— 

GhenerHl Commission A.sent9. 

Oace : Third Street, Bridge Block. 

OHA8. T. WIIIT^KT, I ISAAC A. BAKKKR, 

Notary PsbUo. | Sur?«yor ft Engineer 



JULIUS BAUER & CO. 




WAJIEROOMS, 



90 



89 



South Clark and 
Washington- St., 

[0AC»O, IU.OIOIA 

Mannfaotarers and Importers of 

ACusica,! Instmrnents 

STRINGS, VIOLINS, 

DRUMS, ACCORDEONS, 

CLARINETS, GUITARS, 

Brass InstmnieiitSs 

AND OTHER MUSICAL .MERCHANDISE. 

t^ Having oonnectlon with Manufacturing 
Houses In Berlin, Lelpsic, Dresden, England and 
Parl9. we are prepared to fnrnl.^h DKAX>ESi<, 
BANDS and INDIVIDUALS, with every article 
n this lino, at the lowbst xaaufactubkrs 
prioes. 

WHOLESALE AOENTS FOB 

PIANO FOHTES 

OK THK FOLLOWINO MASUFACTURKRa, 

IV^H. K5IAM * CO., BalS«M*r«, 
KOARDKAIV * «RA V. Albany, 
A. U. «AXB * CO., Hew York. 
ttOEBLER * 8.1IITH, 

AL^O, AOENTS FOB 

PKLMCE'S AlELODEONS 
Organs and Harmoniums, 

DKAL.KR8 IH 

Piano Stools, Spreads, &c. 

We have the LAUUESTand BKST ASSORT- 
ED 8T(>CK of PIANOS IN THE CITY, which 
for Power and Sweetness cf Tone, Ea-y and 
Agreeable Touch, and B<>auty of Finiith, have, by 
jMgea, been pronounced unrivatled. 

As to the relative meritti of our PIANOS, we 
would refer to the Certilicateg of Excellence, In 
our posaejtsion, from Thai bkro, Gottschalk, 

STKAKOSCH, O. SATT'R, H. V'lEUXTKMPS, 

IiOris STAUB and E. Mrzio, Musical Director of 
the Italian Opera, aa al.^o from somf- of the n est 
dlitingttUhea Profeii^-ors and Amateurs in the 
oountry. All InBtrumeats of our manufacture 
have the full Iron frame, and are guaranteed for 
Hve Heart. 

4^ Particular attention paid to the selection 
of la-ttrument* for dixtant ordent.and a privilege 
of e.xchange granted at anv time vithtn six 
monthi), if the Instruments !«hould not prove en- 
tirely satisfactory. A liberal discount to Clergy- 
men, Tnachera and SchooU. Terms liberal. 

WHOLKSALK DK.'VLEKS will find It to their 
advantage to give \x* a call, as by greatly increas- 
ed facilities, we are enabled to fill all orders with 
dispatch. 

49- Persons in want ol a BEALLY FIBST 
CLASS PIANO, win do well to call before pur- 
Chasing el ■!» where. 

RBnKJtlBKR THK PI.ACB, 

JULIUS BiUEK & CO., 

99 S. Clark & 82 Washlogton-St. 

«V Send for a Circalar. le'M-inth Asat 



M 



V liEPOT fOR SAI.EOr 



Field and Grarden Seeds* 

Plants, Vines, Fruit Trees, Ac, 

AT WIIOLKSALE A'< D RKT«IL, 

This season at L. B. Waitn's Store, Third 
street, ab >ve Mt-rchant;)' Hoiel, St. P.iul. Nur- 
sery and Gre'»n douse in Reserve 1 ownship. 

A stock of fff Jh net-da Ju^t reciypd— warranted 
the beat for Minne-ota c'.imate that can be ob- 
taineu. All kinjs of Garden plants in season. 
See'ia, Ac , sent bv mail. 

All seeds warranted pijiial ti those I sold last 
year, which K:»vf universal aatiatiicii'tn. 
►•Of '.'Okindaof Sco'Jliiig Potatoes, obtained from 
Canada aud Eastern and Wei'tern .states, cultiva- 
ted by me laat year, I have two kinds for cale, 
whic'i 1 recommend a.s To, 1. The new ^Vhit•- 
Peacli Blow urii(iuat-"1 at Monmouth. New Jer 
sey, snd the •.arnet Chili, originaud by Uev. Dr. 
UO'Mlrich, Utica, M. Y. — far superior to common 
Peach Blow, and enormously prolific. Price of 
both kinds, %'iM per bushel ; 73 c»iita per peck. 
M. A. KOKErtTaDN. 

St. Paul, March 23d, 166S. aprlwwwd&wti 



BOOK AND JOB PRINTIN6. 



Tlio I*iro»ei Printiaflf Co. 

n order to keep pace with their rapidly tnoreas 
lug business are constantly extending theirfa* 
oilities for Book and Job Printing. They have 
re<^entty introduced Steam Into their establish 
mect.andputupanotberof 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS, 

rOSTEKS, PBOGBAMKES, BILLHEADS 

BLANKS, BILLS OF LADING , 

CIRCULARS, 

And every other desoriptton of 

PJUIS AITDORSAMKNTAL PRINTIKB 
tX aolarate rates and at liiort aotloe. 



B£. P. PCICHOI^S, 

INSURANCE AGENT. 
M^etropolltan, Ne^r York 

Capital $300,000. 

Surplus 1500,000. 

Utorillard, Ne'w York. 

Capital •SOO.OOO. 

Surplus 9?90,000. 

Home lusuranoe Co. 

Capital |600,000. 

Surplus. - $175,000. 

Mlutual Benefit ILiite. 

Aiaeta ; $7,000,000. 

OITF'ICK: 

191 Third street, St. Paul. 

apU-ly 

FIRE AND MARINE 

IIVSTJUAIVCE. 



CURTIS & ETHERIDGE, 

191 ThirdiSt., St. Paul. 



The afgregate capital of Fire Inturanee repre- 
sent*' d by as amounts to 

$13,600,243:56. 

All loaees In the State are settled by as as sooa 
as proofs are prepared. 

Goods a^d Merchandise 

INSURED WaiLE IN TRANSIT. 

Both on river and lakes. We hope, by prompt 
attention to every branch of the insurance busi- 
ness, to merit tbe confldenoe and patronage ol 
the public. 

Curti« Sc Ktheridge. 
octaMly 

BROOKE.YIV 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Montagxu Street {near Court), 

BROOKLYN", NETV YORK, 

Aad 1-il Br««Miwaj, Hew Y*rk. 



CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 



Oai THE MlTrAI. PrAH. 

F.lshty per cent, of the profits go to the assured. 

The directors of thia sound and reliable inati- 
tution are composed cf the most substantial clti- 
lena of Brooklyn and New York. Extra induce- 
menta are otfcred by this Company for those 
seeking Life luaurance. 

CdRISriAN BODCK, President. 

RiniARn H. Hardisio, Secretary. 
R. CMkKKIMtIV, Gen. Agent for Minnesota. 
A. e, KRASBUIK, Medical Examiner. 

St. Paul, March 9, 1806. mchlO 3m 



SAINT PAXIL 

FIRE AND MARINE 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 



St Paul, ^Minnesota. 



I5IRKCXORS: 

J. C Burbank, President 

DAVID DAY. PETER BRKKEY, 

JOHNNICOCS. W. F.DAVIDiON. 

•INO. L. M*K!IIAM, W. P. MURRAY, 
JOHN .S. PRINCE, WILLIAM I EE, 
THEO. BORUP, E. F. 1>R\KE, 

HORACE THOMPSON (JKO. L. FARWELL. 

STOCKIIUI.IIKR8. 



David Diiy, 
John L. Merriam, 
K. Blakely. 
J. C. Biirkank, 
r. F. Cherritree, 
Frank B. Farwell, 
f'eorge L. Farwell, 
Willi m i.ee, 
P. F. McQuillan, 
Anthony Kelle>, 
A. H. Wilder, 
II. C. Burbank, 

A. J. Goodrich, 
Morris 1 amprey, 

B. B^aupre, 
P. H. K« llev, 
l>. U.M>rrill, 
Theo. B.^rup, 
<:. M. Uiiiey, 

C. D. Strong, 
Geo. H. Edgerton, 
B. Presle). * 

The al«ve Company 



John Niools. 
John 8. Prinoe. 
llorracx Thompson, 
J E. Thompson, 
W. B. Uean, 
Peter Be r key. 
Wm. hhodes, 
Wm, F. Davidson 
P. S. Davidxon, 
W. P, Murray. 
H. L. Mo-s, 
Wm. A. Spencer. 

C. K. Mav«, 
J. C. Kaguet, 
K.' F. Drake, 

D. C. Greenleaf, 
8. K. Putnam, 
S, R. ChampHn, 
Joseph Daily, 

C. W. Carpenter, 
LorenK Allis, 
A. H Cathcart. 
is now prepared to Issue 



Fire aod 9!Karine Polioies 



AT CURRENT RATES. 



ma^S-ly 



m. m. jBAVoiv. 

beereUry, 



TO COUNTY OFFICERS 



NOTV READY. 



Prepared by Official Authority. 



TA.X DEEDS, 

For January Sale, 18A5. 

MARRIAGE LICEiNSES 



ANn 



C:E RTIFIO A.TE8 



UNDER 



LiATW OF ISOO. 



i:.IS(XII<ifO NOTICES. 



ABdESSAUSN^X ROr^ILiS. 



The Prestsi Print ins: Co , 

Are prepared to furnish the above and all other 
Deed', Certificates, and Blanks requiredby Coun- 
ty Officers. Also, 

MAHRIAGE BEQISTBY BOOKS 



Made to order, anv Plze or style of binding, ac- 
carding to prescribed form. 



OOOIi BIIVOEIRY 



Blank Book Manufactory. 



The Presss Printinis* Co, 

(lave in successful operatlonthelargest and mos 
complete Bindery In Minnesota, embrac:'DgtlM 
latestandmostimproved machinery. Employing 
only competent and careful workmen, and using 
he best material, they hope to continue to giT* 
ntlsfkotionto all. 

. PAPER RULED ^TO ORDER, 

ASD TO AKT FATTKBV, 

LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS, COM 
- MERCIALAND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KINP, 

XADK IN THB BEST MANNRB. 

Old Bookfii !R/e-Boruid 

MAOAZINSS, PBRIODlCALa, 
>fT78IO. SCO., aco.,\ 

Bound in Any Style Desired, 



TocMc mma ami* maiukmb 
Laughing Girls and Spinsters— I hive some- 
thiogthat will please yon all. Enclose « stamped 
nnveiopd with yo'ir name written thereon. Send 
and you will not be sorry. Address 
mU-3wdAw3t MUB AUIA, OMrolt, IDeii 



I 

I ■ - i ■ ■ ■ . . , m .. .,. * p . ., .m m..m 

I 



l^ttnwibe 

inRSX DIVISION 

ST. PAUL k PACIFIC R. R. 

On and after MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 
Puaencer Tnlni wll mn a* follows : 
«one mrmmv, 

MORNING. 

LcBvea St.PMxl 8:00 a.m. 

liMTMSt.AntlMny 8:46 a.m. 

LeBTOs MMMflB. . .■ 0:10 a. ■. 

Leaves Anoka 0:4) a.m. 

Leaves Itasca 10:00 a.m. 

4irlT6 at Elkltlver 1036a.m. 

EVENINO. 
I^BTM St. PbbI. .................... ...S :M p. m 

Leaves St. Anthony 4 :20 p. m 

Leaves Manomln 4 :46 p. m 

LeaTes Anoka 6:36 P. m 

Leaves Itasca.. ..•.••••...•••..•.......6 :46 P. M 

Arrive at Elk River 6:06 p. m 

ClOUICl BAST. 

MORNING. 

Leaves Elk River 7:46 A.m 

Lieaves Itasca 8:06 a.m. 

Leaves Anoka 8 :36 a . m. 

Leaves ManomiB 9:10 a.m. 

Leaves St, AnthOBj 9:46 a.m. 

Arive atst. Pan! 10:28 a.m. 

EVENING. 

Leaves Elk River S:26p.m 

Leaves Itasca S:46 P. M 

Leaves Anoka •:lup. b 

Leaves Manomln 4:46 p. » 

Leaves St. Anthony 6:16 p. b 

Arrive at St. Paul 6.66P.B 

TICKETS must t>e purchased at the Stations, 
or an extra rate will be collected by the Con- 
dnctor. 

DAAJLY JPBMAttHT XRAIMS. 

(tOIDX J!#Aflt ■ ■••••••••■«••••«•••••••• t****** AsM« 

UOID^ W 08 •• •••• •••■•••-•••••••••■•aeaaea •• Me 

aplft-tf ■*. Wk. PM1.AJIO. Supt. 

S 
New Route East and South 

VIA 

Rochester and Winona and St. Peter 

RAII^ROAD. 

A Passenger train leaves Rochester daily at 7 : 
.10 A. M , arriving at Winona at 6 o'clock, p. M., 
connecting with the 

Minnesota Stage Co.'s Ijine 

for La Crosse. 

Returning, leaves Winona at 6 :M p. m„ arriv- 
ing at Rochester at 10 p. m 

Passengers by this route stop over night at 
Rochester and make the same time to ana from 
St. Paul as by the River Route. 

For Tickets apply to the Minnesota Stage 
Cob pany's Office. 

JOKN* NBWEIiL, 

deolBtf 8ape>rt»»»»«l»»S. 

IiiimsT DKVidioar ax. pack, ajid 
' PACIFIC RAILROAD, 

LARD DKP'T, MAIH ABD BBABOH LIHBS, I 

St. Paul, Sept. 16, 1864. { 

NOTICE 
TO SETTLERS ON R.R. LANDS 

All persons claiming land at Government price 
who reside in the Townahips named below, are 
hereby notified that the Company has acquired 
the fee to the Railroad lands located in said 
Townships, and they are hereby required to make 
proof of their right to the lands occupied by 
them, and make payment therefor according to 
the laws regulating the same. 

Range. 

Towns SI, 83, 120 Zl 

Towns 31, m, 33,120 23 

Towns 81, 32, S3, 34, 119, 120 38 

Towns 81. 32, 83, 84, 36, 118, 119, 120, and Sec- 
tions 1, 6, and 7, of Town 117 24 

Sections 1,3.5,7,9, U, 16, 17, of Town 117 25 

And whole Towns 1 18, 119, 120, 121, 32, S3, 34, 

Seolioiis' ' ii i', 6," ?', i', 'I'l,' is", 'l6," 17,' of Town 

117 36 

Sections 1, 11, 13, 23. 26, 36, of Down 118 26 

Sections 1, 11, 13,23, 25, 36, of Town 119 2« 

Whole Towns 120, 121,33, 34, 35 26 

Sections 1, 8, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 16, 17, 19, 31, 33, of 

Town 117 87 

Whole Towns 120, 131 27 

GEO. L.BECKER, 
•«Dl^tf I.and Commissioner. 



SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

A healthy tonic, gentle stimulant and unequalled 
morning appetizer. Prepared in ripeoIaBour 
boa. Being now used to the exclusion of all 
other Bitters in more than fifty United States 
Army Hospitals, and millions o' private fami 
lies, and is the only popular medicine which has 
been especially kxkmptkk KKt)M stamp t,»x by 
the United ."^tatpn government, on the ground ol 
its having [>ecn adopted as a standard iiKJSKor 
by the medical profession. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

4^ They are made of Ingredients well known 
and approved by the medical profession, as hav. 
ing powertul tonic properties, ar" both palatable 
and pleasant, with r4utncit>nt strpn^ft'ienln;; pro- 
perties to correct the bilious deraiigpraent of the 
system, and act like a charm when taken accord- 
ing to direction, as a remedy for the following 
diseases : — Indigestion, Dypepsia, Jaundice, 
Liver Affections, Los.x of Ai>|>ctita, Lowness of 
Spirit, Sallow CumplexioD, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 

FOR 
Headache, Costlveness, and kindred diseases, 
arising from a disordered condition of the Stom- 
ach, Liver, or Bowels. Let every one try these 
agreeable Bitters ; once tried and used, they will 
recommend them with confidence tj all others 
who are in need of a wholesome, agreeable and 
effectual tonic. The rapidly Increasing demand 
for these Bitters has Induced me to give them 
publicity, so that thousands who have not used 
them, may try them and t>6 convinced of their 
efficacy. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 

49* i'a<iies, who Have tried and found most oth 
er "Stomach Bitters" too bitter, unpalatable and 
too highly mrdicated for their delicate taste, 
please rive these. a trial, and you will not be 
without them. They will give tone to the stom 
aoh, and strength to the whole system, 4^11 
your druggist or trsdesman has not got these 
Bitters, have him send for them. 49* Remem- 
ber the name, and take no other, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

4^ The cumposuiun oi I'r. swain's Bitters, 
having been made pu 'lie tnrouKl: the columns of 
Medlotl Journals, and havini; been aaoDted as a 
standard remedy by the Medical I'rolession, are 
by the decision of the Commissioner of Internal 
Revenue, BXK.MPT FROM STAMP DUTY. 

DR. C. H. SWAAlf , Proprietor, 

OmoBa — I "' Broadway, New York. 
urnoBB. j 3^ gj,m,j Water-t»t., i,hioago. 

C. A. COOK, General Agent for the West, Office; 
36 Market Street, Chicago. 



SOLO IS ST. PAUL BY 



|eM-1vw ft snii 



t. H. ■leCia, Dbdooist, 



fetroUum, ©U, ^mxp, &t. 



JUBT REO^VED! 

BY £2J>R£SS, 
THB MOST PBBFBOT ABD^COMPACTl 

I^erosene X.<aiitei*ii2 

Ever broagbt to this mat ket. 

^^holevale and JEColall, 

—A T— 

JdLART-II^'ei 

Crockery Importing House, 
1»& Jk lOl rriiird-Si. 

sept 10 



UORUP & OAl££S, 

Bankers aod Exebange Dealers, 

GOODRICH BLOCK, THIRD ST., 

SAINT PAUL, MINN* 
Cstablislied in 1@31. 

Collections payable in the City made free of 
cost and throughout the State f^ee of charge be- 
yond actual expenses incurred. Remittances 
made the dty after collection at the lowest rat« 
of Exchange. 

Orders for Land Warrants, State Warrants, 
United States Bonds, County and City Bunds 
promptly executed at the lowest rates. City. 
County and State Taxes paid. State and Unltea 
States Couponsmid at our Counter. 

ReferenoeB : 
DoUner, Potter A Co., 



New York. 

Kissam &Co.,N. Y. 

Koche Bros, k Coffey, 
New York. 

Drexel & Co, Philadel- 
phia. 

Exchange Bank.Bost'n 

Spencer. Vila ft Co., 
Boston. 

Brown, Shipley k Co., 
Liverpool. 



Johnston Bros. A Co., 
Baltimore. 

Rutter, KndlcottftCo., 
Chicago, 

Bank of Galena.Galena. 

Allen, Coppft Nesbitt, 
St. Ixiuis. 

State Savings Associa- 
tion, St. Ivonis, 

Fnni Hch. Schloter ft 
Sobn, Hamburg. 

A. Maronard ft Co, 
Paris. 

*kl«-ly 



PT7BUBUBD DAILT, TBI-WBBKLT AVD WBBKIiT. 



Office— Adjoinins tlia Sridflc*. 



Rate* of Advertislms 



Oae SqoBre. Eachadd.SqnBiB 

(Oaetlme..- $0M 9040 

2*)Tlireetimei ISO 76 

/Six days 3 00 1 OC 

2 ^Two weeks 8 60 175 

it Three weeks 6 00 ^ 3 60 

i (One month 6 60 8 36 

Xl Twomonths 10 00 6 00 

■ ( Threemonths 12 60 6 36 

9 ) Sir months 17 60 8 76 

(Twelvemonths 26 00 1X60 

First page advertisements, special and busi- 
ness notices, andadvertlsementsfollowing inune- 
liately after local matteron the fourth psge.one- 
■alf additional, 

3. Second page, and special place and double 
Mlumn advertisements , and advertisements with 
outs, one-third additional. 

3. Advertisementschangeableat pleasurerated 
as in No. 1, and $40 per annum additional for 
changes. Allohanges rated at20centa per square. 

4. Local notices double the above prices, and 
no notice inserted for less than $1. 

6. Advertisements in Dally and Weekly, two 
thirds additional to the Daily rate. 

6. Advertisements in Weekly alone, tLOO 
per square for first insertion, and 6C cents per 
square for subsequent Insertions, for any period 
within three monthe; over three months, one 
less than Daily rates, 

7. Legal and Government advertlsementa, 75 
c?nts per squre for the first insertion, and 37>^ 
cents per square for each additional insertion. 

8. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements 
are regarded as accountable for the cost of the 
same, unless there Is a 'special agreement to 
oharge the same to another party. 

9. No paper given in connection with adver 
tislng. 

Report of the Committee on 
the Conduct of the l¥ar. 

The Committee on the Conduct of the 
War adjourned on Monday, sine die, 
submitting their report to the Secretary 
ol tbe Senate. General Sherman's tes- 
timony was taken to day. The first part 
of tbe evidence collected is in regard to 
the Army of tbe Potomac, concluding as 
follows : 

" Your Committee could not forbear 
asking witnesses before them if the army, 
after all these indecisive advances and 
retrograde movements, still retained con- 
fidence in tbe commanding Gererals. 
Various answers were returned to the 
mquiry, all, however, tending to estab- 
lish tbe fact that much discouragement 
bad been felt by the army at these inef- 
fective operations, and but for tbe highly 
intelligent character of tbe rank and file, 
never would have retained its effective 
condition. General Pleasanton stating 
that the cavalry under his commanl did 
not retain confidence in tbe ability of 
General Meade. General Bimey states 
the same about his corps, stating that, 
while General Meade was rather liked as 
a man, he was not regarded as a man of 
resolution, or one who is willing to as- 
4ume the responsibilities required by the 
position he occupied. General Howe 
states that, in his opinion, the rank and 
file of the army do not regard General 
Meade as possessed of that zeal and au- 
thority and energy necessary to carry on 
otTtiDsive warfare generally, but he ad- 
mits that most of the corps commanders 
would probably say that General Meade 
was more eminently qualified for the 
command he now holds than Sherman. 

General Bimey says that many of the 
principal officers, believing that General 
McClellan was the only General who 
should command this army, although 
tbere is not so much of that feeling now 
as formerly. General Doubleday says 
tbere has always been a great deal of fa- 
voriteism in the Army of the Potomac. 
No man who is an anti-slavery man, or 
anti-McCiellan man can expect decent 
treatment in that army as at present con- 
stituted. Gen Warren states that after 
the battle of Gettysburg the army was de- 
prived of many o( its best commanders. 
Gen. Reynolds was killed, Gens. Sickles 
and Hancock wounded, and Gen. Meade 
was made commander of the army. Since 
that time the corps commanders have not 
been equal to th ir positions, and conse- 
quently the army has been less effective 
in operations. 

THE KKD lUVER EXPEDITION. 

The committee also give results of 
their inquiries on tbe Red Biver expe- 
dition, saying in conclusion, "Your com- 
mittee would state, while the object bad 
in view by Gen. Halleck in urging this 
expedition was a military one with the 
expedition, perhaps of accomplishing 
some important political result, by the 
occupation of some points in Texas, 
Gen. Banks, commanding the expedition, 
seems to have bad in view two objects : 
Of carrying out measures for the estab- 
lishment of a State Government in Texas, 
and affording egress for cotten and other 
products of that region of country, and 
many witnesses expressed the opinion, m 
which the Committee concur, that tbe at 
tention directed to the accomplishment 
of those objects exerted a most unfavora- 
ble influence upon tbe expedition. The 
expedition presents many renarkable 
features. It was undertaken without the 
direction of any one. So far as the evidence 
shows, the authorities at Washington did 
not furnish troops which tbe General 
commanding the expedition considered 
necessary for the purpose, but suggested 
that they might be obtained as a matter 
of favor from Grant, Sherman and Steele, 
and it appears from the evidence that 
General Sherman loaned for the expedi- 
tion 10.000 men for thirty days under 
General A. J. Smith. The only orders 
• ninat'ii^ from Washington in relation 
to (lie i.xptU.tion, as developed by the 
evidence, were those of ,the President, 
and contained in the permit he gave 
Casey and Butcher to go up the Red riv- 
er and purchase cotton, in which he di- 
rected officers of the army and navy to 
furnish such assistance as might be desir- 
able. In tbe absence of all orders re- 
quiring this expedition to be undertaken, 
and after the refusal of the authorities at 
Washington to furnish troops asked for, 
it: was entered upon by the commanding 
General, as shown by the evidence, 
against his judgment, and in tbe 
belief that it must of necessity 
fail, and it was prosecuted at a 
sacri ice of property, of life, and valua- 
ble time. After tbe development of facts 
that utterly precluded all hope of success 
it did r.f't seek to accomplish any defi- 
ninl. avvwed military object, and as a 
miitiry movement it seams to have been 
ron ln:.;ied without capacity or discretion. 
!r.- otily results in addition to tbe dis- 
graceful military dija->ter8 that attended 
it, were of a commercial and political 
character. Tbe comraeicial transactions 
were conducted by those who ascended 
the Red River by authority of the Presi- 
dent's permit, as before stated, and in 
part by speculators, who, without any 
permit or otber authority as far as is 
shown by the evidence of the command- 
ing General, camo up on tbe head- 
quarters boat of the army bringing 
wi'h them ba-i^ging anJ rope for 
tbe cotton they might secure. Tbe 
political transactions were shown by the 
holding of elect'ona in camps of the army 
while engaged in the expedition, with the 
view of recognizing civil government in 
Louisiai:^. 'i'lie attempt to do this was 
unsuspected on the part of tbe military 
authorities, the execution of which was as 
weak and inefficient as the attempt wfti 
improper and illegal. 

The report is signed by B. F. Wade, 
chairman, Z. Chandler, Geo. W. Julian, 
and B. F. Loan. 

THE FORT FISHER AFFAIR. 

The Committee in their report on the 
Fort Fisher -expedition, say from all tbe 
teatimoniea before them, that th« deter- 



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minatioD of Gen. Batler not to assault 
the Fort, seemf to have been fully justi- 
fied by all tbe facta and circumstances 
then known or i^erwards aacertained. 






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WOULD &ESPECTFULLT 



call tbe BttBBtlOB of OBT old OBStoMers, BBd tbe 

pabUo fenerally to tbe foUowlnc advertlseaieBt, 

oomprlslBc BOBte of tbe leading artioles, whlob, 

(with Increased fikcllltles,) we offer to tbe trade : 

»•• bbU. SMtlfled Wblsky. 

!•• bbls. Old Rye aad Boorboa Wblskf . 

!• bbls. Holland Ola. 

•• bbU. Neutral Splrltt. 

!• pipes and eighths do. Cognlao Braadyil 

Sft X pipes Cherry, Madeira and Port WIbb. 

Ht baskets Cbampagsa 

•• oases Claret and Saateme WIbb, 

M oboloe brands Clfari, 

oases Cove Oysters. 

»• oases a BBd a Sardines. 
M> paokagBs Prunea. 
l^bbls. Zaate CurraBU. 
•• hogsheads Brewn Sagari 

bbls. Refined Sugar. 

packages Molasses and SrrBps4 
a* bags Pepper and Sploe. 
M»9 boxes Government do., assorted, 

•••MG.O.Caps. 

W O scoks Salt. 

lMMM>lbs. Bar Lead. 

10« boxes Babbitt's and De Land's 

1«0« kegs of Nails and Spikes, 

••• boxes assorted Window Olass.! 

•ft cases Flasks. 

k— colls ManUIa Rope] 

!•• doien Bed Cords. 

9k pairs assorted Blocks. 

•• bales OakBB. 

!• barrels Pitcb. 

iea« packages Wagoa Gbbt. 

!«»• barrels Carbon OU. 

••• dosen Fainted Palls and IBbs. 

14»0 barrels Dried Fruits, assorted, 

•&• paokages assorted Teas. 

•• sacks Slo Coffee. 

!«• barrels Ground Coffee. 

M> sacks Old Government Java Coffee, 

SO* paoaages, assorted brands. Plug Tobaooo, 

•eo barrels Fine Cut Smoking Tobae 

4IO kegs Gold Leaf Tobaooo. 

boxes Soap. 

Doxes assorted Candles, 

'' S ^ ]VI I> LE 8" 

Of tbe above articles onr friends will always 

find as ready and wtlllBg te 

shew theoi, 

J. C. ft H. C. BUBBANK & Co. 

Corner of Lower Levee and Sibley street, 
aiv31-U St. Paul. Minnesota. 



186S. 



188«. 



186S. 



'Winter Arranfrenaent. 

VIINNKSOTA STAGE COMPANY. 



PASSKNQBB LINX. 



The roads are well stocked with first 3las8 
tiorses. Concord Coaches, with oarefiil and expe. 
rlenoed drivers, all under tbe control of oompei 
rent agents, 

■OHBDULBOP DBPARTKF.BS FBOM BAUTT PAl'M 

For Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City.Beed'e 
Wabasbaw, Minneiska, Winona, and La Crosse 
atnxo'olock A. M. 

For Stillwater— Dsilv. at 8 A. m. 

For Shakopee, Jordan, St. Lawrence, Belle 
Plain, Henderson, Le Snetir, Ottawa, Traverse de 
Sloax, St. Peter and Manka'o— Dally at i o'clock 

A.M. 

For Rosemount, Castle -.oca X'«rthfleld, Can 
non City, Farlbanlt, Mei<:oMj CMnu.^ Falls and 
Owatonna, connecting ai «>viiit^nna, for Wilton 
St. Mary's, Wlnnebaw;^) Agency *ud Uaukatoi 
Also tor Ktoe Lake. Clrv^.'mont, Wadtota, Manr 
torvUle, Rochester, Cn4'Celd, and Winoaa— Dally 

at 4 A.M, 

For IndnstrlaBa, Anoka, Ofono, Orlando 
Monticello, Cleanrater, St. Augusta and St. 
Cloud— Daily, at f a. M. 

For Sauk Rapids, r-cUe Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— Mondtys, Wednesdays BAd Fr|. 
days at 7 o'clock a.m 

For Richmond, Saik Ce<iire, Alexandria, 
Chippewa. Pomme de 'icrro Br<wrl'uidge,Fon 
Aberorombie, Mondays an 1 Thu*" i V-* i"^* 7 
O'clock A. K. 

For Little Canada, Columbus, Sunrise City- 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at7o'oloA 

A. M. 

For further particulars Inqnlreat the General 
Office on Third Street, 

J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 
aptl-dly Proprietors. 



Oroirer Sc Baker*)* 

OBLKBRATBD HIOHR8T PREMIUM 

SEWINQ MACHINES 



THERE ARE MORE OF THEM IN USE 

THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 
IN TBE WORLD I 



They will Stitch, S«am, Hem, Fell, rtck. 
Braid, Bind, Cord, and Q^lt, and are 

Xhe Onljr S>Iaolune 

TH.VT WILL 

Embroider Beautifully' 

Call and see them, at 

260, Oreenleaf's Block, 

THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. 



ail.il. kinds of 
MACHINE WORK 

done, and satisfaction warranted. 

Silk Thread. Coil. &c.. 

For Sale. 

S. E. GEB, 
MSS-lr Genl Agent for Mlunesoia. 



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LELt. 6o DIVERSE, 

BREWERS Oil 

UCLL'fS STOCK 

Asn 

Cream JPale A.le. 

4 

PORTER AND BROWN STOUT. 

FOR SALE BT 

WlUinm Cons taim. 

HORACE R. BIQKUIW ORRItirLKAPCI.AIlV. 

BUrelo-vr Sc CTlark, 

ATTORNEYS ft COUNSELLORS AT IJLW, 

OfflM to Bemheimer^lock, Third street, 
apl-dm iH. FMl. Mtna. 



COOLEY, CARVER Ai CX)., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 

IMPORTERS ANI> DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINES 

CIGARS, &C., &C. 

Jackson Street, between ILsevee and "Xliircl^ 

laai-tt BAnrr VAxrxa, 

IVo. 1«0 THIIl,I> STREET, ST. PAUIL., 

AGhENT FOR 

Dupont's Celebrated Grunjjowder. 

Blasting, Rifle, Diamond Grain, and Dn;i^ Sporting, 

30 KEOS' ECOLL^nSTD HJERRIDSTG, 

2S Bbls. Cider, 

Hungarian, Timothy, and Clover Seed, 

«0 BACKS UVCBPOOI. CAOVIVD H.ULT. 

Oranges, Lemons, Fancy ]PrrLaes, Figs, 

AMES' SUGAR-CURED HAMS; DRIED BEEF. 
DA-TSS, BOHEMIAN PJffiARS. 



Ik Barrels New Dried Apples, "York State" 
and Oh<o growth. 

Vk Boxes W, R. Cheese. 

SO Half Boxes M. R. Ralslns, New. 

20 Boxes Layers, New, 

A large lot of New Garden Seeds. 
4tOO Boxes Fanuy Candy. 
kiHt Boxes New Canned Fmita. 

Ik Kegs New Prunes. 



2S Bales best Navy < »akum. 
1& Barrels New Uoiiiny. _. 

2S Kegs New Pearl Barley. 4t 

4 Barrels New Spli t Peas. ^ 

kit Bushels small W ilte Army Beans. 
30 Uaif-barrela Whitts >i8h,new. 
30 Barrels and half- barrels Mackerel. 
30 do do lo Uer.lnc. 



J^xxd. every article usually kept by a <3-rocer. 

B. I»RESLEY, ISO Third St., St. Paul. 

mchl-Om 



CUTTER, 8ECOMBE & CO., 



HAVE KSTABLIBHKD A 



WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE 

la thlsolty. In connection with thelt 

PA.PER MIL.]:., IIV ST. AJViraONY, 

Aad desire to eallthe attention of bnyers to tiialr 

Immeiise Stock of 

LiKTTKB. NOTE AND CAP PAPER, K> VELOPE8, BOOK AND NEWS PRINT, FLAT ABC 

ALL KINDS OF WRAPPING PAPERS, PRINTERS' AND WRITING UIKB 

AND FLUIDS, r ENS, PENCILS, fto., fto. 

Agents for 

GREENLEAF & TAYLOR'S MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

We will sell as low as Eastern lobbers witb Freight added 

THB HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH ]?AID FOR 
PAPER RAGS, ROPE, GUNNIES & OLD SfEWSPAPERB. 



OdlS-tl 



Offio* ITo.SaO Xliird-St., St. PaiU. Min. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

^nd Alinnesota. Hospital. 



ESTABLISHED 1860, FOR THB 
DrSRASKS op TUB VRl'^ARY AND &RXUA, 
CORPORATE!) liY TBK LRGISLATrrRE IX ] 
CERT HALL R LOCK— near the I'oat Offir^e. 

Dit, WILLIAM;;, the Consulting tiurgeon of II 
Just published a Manual of Sexual Diseases, a large b 
lUOengia%-lugs. It is the onlv book^ver published w 
scription of bperniatorrhea. Venereal Diseases, F<mi 
rases oltlie urinary and reproduitive organs of men a 
ture, lucludifig the solitary hab ts of both sexes, ai 
(]uence'> on the mind and body, impoteuce, loss of pov 
ties of youtn and minhood, tbe physiology of marrla^ 
oeisful methods of treatment for all the above cases 
wrapper for one dollar, 

4*- Descriptive Circulars containing valuable information to the sff 
qnackfry, mailed in a sen'cd envelop on receipt of 10 cent". Also a pamphi 
All communications cunHdential, B'd will reach the consulting »^urgeon b] 

TttK CiAJLBlKFC IMHVITrTB ' 




TBKATMEMT OF 

SYSTEMS, AND IS- 

861. OFFICE IS CON- 

le above Institntloo. has 
)ok of 350 pages, and over 
hich gives a truthfhl de- 
ile Complaints, and all dis- 
nd women of whatever na- 
d their d>>plorable conse- 
'er, and the secret intlrmi- 
:e, Ac, with new and sue- 
. Mailed in a plain sealed 

Icted who vriflh to avoid 
H for ladles, price S cents, 
addressing 
>aint Paul, Minnesota. 



OUY YOXJK. TKUISKJs 



FROM THE MANUFACTURER, AND 



Save Freight & Store Profits 



C. F R O A. L 



BSe OPKBBD A 



"QREENBACKS ARE COOO," 

BUT ROUACK 1^ ARE BETTER. 



TRUNK MANUFACTORY! 

All D 18 AI.80 MAKIRO TO ORDKB 

Buggy, Carriage & Team Harness. 

A Large variety always on hand. Also 

Valises and Tra¥eIiDg Bags ! 

ALSO 

MLITARY SADDLERY! 

AG-TCNTT FOR 

Henry and Ballard Rifles 
and Cartridges. 



REPAIRING of all kinds on TRUNKS. 
HARNESS, AC, neatly and promitly donp. 

Having commenced manufacturln.? all my own 
work, I would respectfully solicit a share of pub- 
lic patronage. My material is bouitht direct from 
the first hands, and made up by good workmen 
under my own management, aud hence I am 

Prepared to work low and make the best of work, 
have also constantly on hand 

^V^BC I F»S, 
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 

aad a large assortment of 

Siicldlery Hard-ware 

4^ Remember, 

UNION BLOCK, Cor. THIRD k ROBERT Sts 
janMly 

LC«»H AHI> Ac HUBKIBE. BalMore.— 
Shop in old BaptUt Church Building on Fifrh 
street, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpentni 
work done to order. 

MBUEERE, Amrliisvcs.— Office in the 
• same building as Leona-d A Shelre's Car- 
penter Shop, on Mfth street, ne ir Jackson. De- 
signs, Plana and sp<-ciflcations lor buildings ol ev- 
»rv descrlriHon. jir.^uarpd on •ihr.rf notice rteoSvl 




STOMACH BITTERS. 

Ten thousand bottle* 
sold in one month. The 
most popular Stomach 
Bitters in use. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Good for all derange- 
ment of the Stomach, 
Biliousness, Liver Com 

§laint. and General De- 
illly, 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

They possess wonder- 
ful tonic proi>erties, glv 
ing tone to the appetite 
and digestiveorgans. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Dcbilitated'Ladles and 
.sedentary persons will 
i^find In them an excellent 
^ tonic. 



UDBACK'I 

A wlneglassfUl before 

indigestion an( 

ROBACK'i 

They are better than al) 

nauseous, disagi 

ROBACK'! 
They can be taken witl 

appetizer the 

ROBACK'! 
They are prepared by 
cianfrom well kno^ 

ROBACK'I 
Wherever known thej 

family "treug 

ROBACK'i 

Try and youone bottle 

recommend 

ROBACK'I 
O, W, ROBACK, I 
nit'ers, Blood Purifier 
tiller and Manufacture) 
Brandies, and all kin 
liquors, which are sol 
sired quantity; at No 
Third-ct., Cincinnati, 
gists and Dealers in M< 



i BITTERS. 

each meal will remove 

all liver diseases. 
) BITTERS. 

puis, Powders, and other 
eeable compounds. 

\ BITTERS. 

out regard to diet. As an 

Y have no equal. 

J BITTERS, 
an old and skillful physi- 
rn vegetable remedies. 
i BITTERS. 

have become a standard 
thening remedy. 
i BITTKRS. 

will always use them and 
them to others, 

J BITTERS. 
Compounder of Stomach 
and Blood Pills, and Dis- 
of Catawba and Swedish 
Is of the finest domestic 
1 wholesale or in any de- 
I. 56, 58, 00 aild 62Ea<lt 
Ohio, For sale by Drug- 
dicine everywhere. 

mchW-iy 



A CARU TiP 1VVAA.AUS. 

A Clergyman, while -esiding in South America 
as a mUslonary, discovered a safe ana slmplf 
remedy for the cure of Net vous Weakness, Earli 
Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Or 
gans, and the whole rain ol dis >rd-r8 brought 
on b» baneful aod vici< us habits. Great numberf 
have been already our ;d by this noble remedy. 
Prompted by a dt»»lr»> lo benefit the afflicted snd 
unfortunate, I will oen 1 the receipt for preparing' 
atiil using this medicinp, in a se led envelope, to 
anv one who needs it, Fkkk of Chabob. 

Address 

JOSEPH T. INMAN, 
Station D. Bible House, 

mohl4-ly New Yora City. 



CARKIKi^KS & LKiiHT Wi<i}ONS. 



DOCTOR BXGELOW. 

« Office 179 Boath Clark StTMt, •• 
Ocrner of Monroe, CJmz^ao, XX.X^ 
FMt OfflM Box. I6«. 



All Chronic and S«x u- 
al Diseases of a Private 
and Delicate Nature, 
.treated with nnparal- 
'leled success. Dr.Blge- 
low's Guide to Health, 
for ladias and gentle- 
man, is published 
monthly. Bend for It if 
yon think the writings 
of B pbyslcism whose 
repntation extends 
throoghoat the entire 



West should be worth 
reading. It is sent in 
plain sealed envelopes, 
free of charge. Almost 
every case can be treat- 
ed by mail. Medicines 
sent to any address. 
Ladies, send for deecrip- 
tive Circular of /^jaWe 
Remede, the Utest and 
l>eat preventative of 
conception known. 



Roomt Separate fo r Ladles and G entlemen. 

OOVBTTXiTATIOH AT OFFIOa. FJtSa. 

Onttm HocBS :— From 9 A. K. to 8 P. M. ^ 

Bpennaitarrhssa or Nervous DeUUty, a cure . 
warranted. 



J»Bl7.1yd*W 



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We have tor sale a g^wd assortment of i 



U Q 

Open, Top a 

Also, light one hor^e 1 
half 
BW Terms low, for 
stantly manu'acturin} 
have every fac lit) ; 
stock; audrespectfullj 

N. B,-UVPAlRlNO 
ntt'iided to promp 
Bb«^ Factory on Kob< 
apl2-d»m QUI 



& I E S , 

:d Side Sprl-'i, 

.UMBER WAGONS, with 
springs. 

cash only. We are eon- 
• FIRKT-CLASS WORK: 
use the best of KasterB 
iu>k a sliare of patronage. 
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 
tly.at reasonable rales, 
rt ^t^eet, St Paul, Minn. 
UBY k UAJLLOWELL. 



S>%.i:.ES STABLE. 



The subscriber pr« 
f^TABLE at the slam 
Gruber (tbe Farmer's 

ON FOURTH ST., K 



poses to keep a BALES 
I recently occupied by Geo. 
Home,) . 

EAR ST. ANTHONY ST.. 

>BTHB 

Sale 



of Sorses. 



Purohcaae and. 

Parties desiring to , . 

Borsea aw rBspeottaly requBsted to caU 
•«les Stable. 



inrohase, sell or exoIiauB 
■. KAHV. 



Pimlbitteimjfe 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 



FAST FREIGHT LINE I 



We woBid again oall the attentlen of M«r- 
obants to the inducements offered by this well- 
known Company for tbe 

Transportation of Freight 
m.OM 

NEW YORK & BOSTON 

TO rmiEi "w^ssT. 

Running Their Own Can 

over the entire ronte, and 

HIVING THEIR OWN AGENTS 

At all polBts of trans-shipment, they are enabled 
rro M[al£e Better mme 

than any oompeting ronte. 

While their Rates are Always as Low 

AS ABT 

"ALL-RAIL LINE 

CAM OFFBB. 



It is B mistaten idea tiiat this Company Is aa 
" Kxprest " Company, charging " express - 
rates. By a comparison of their printed tarUfs, 
it will be seen that their rates are the sawu as tbe 
regular Rail Roads. 

G It 0~C^E » S 

Will find it the best ronte by which to ship their 

FIRST k SECOND CLASS GOODS, saving 

both time and wastag-> arising fW>m 

Improper handling, an annoj-ance 

which is no small item to 

business men. 

All over-charges and claimi of every kind are 

settled on presentation at our oilire, thos saving 

Merchants tbe trouble and delay of a reference 

to Eastern Agents, who are proverbially dilate- 

ry. If they oven respond at all I 

MERCHAIVT8 

Will do well to call at either of onr Fastens ofll- 
oes before making contracts elsewhure. 

m. w^. Binj.AR, sup't, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

A. H. KEVmClSTOW, AgaU, 

l>i Murray St., N.Y. 
«. «. KIDDKm, Agent 
70 Washington Street, 
Btston, Mass. 



J.C.AH.C. BURBANK&CO.^ 

Agents, SAnrr Paitl, MIbb. 
mchlO-Xm 



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HEALTH PRESERVER 

CERTAIN AND SAF£. 

tbr the Rtmoeal of Obttructions and the Rumnmet 

of Regviarity in Uu Recurrence qf the 

Monthly Period*. 

t^~ They care or obviate these nomeroDS dis- 
eases, that sprlog from irregalarity. by removing 
thelrrejrolarUy Itself. 

C^ Ttiey cure Suppressed, Excessive and Paia- 
ftal Menstruation. 

By They cure Oreen Sickness (Chlorosis). 

^9~ They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, 
pains In the back, and lower parts of the boly. 
Beavlness, Patigne on slight exertions, Pnlpiiatinn 
nf the Uoart, Lmmuai of .Spirits, Hysttria, Siok 
Btadachf, (?iddinf**,elc., etc. In a word, by re- 
moving the Irrfgularity, they remove the causa, 
snd with It ALL the effects that spring from It. 

^^~ Composed of stinple vegetable ectracts, they 
contain nothing deleterious to any conrMtuttoi 
however delicate, their faoetlon being to sulotltok. 
strength for weakness, which, when properly need, 
they never fall to do. 

^y They may oe safely used at any age, and at 
any period, sxcrrr nraisa thk riasr veatc Mosras, 
during which the unfailing nature of their action 
would Infallibly raETE.NT pregnancy. 

^y~ All letters seeking Information or advice will 
be prom ptly, freely and discreetly answered. 
Full directions accompany each box. 
Price $1 per box, or six bozea for tt>. 
Bent by mall, free of postage, on receipt of 

ice. 

Pamphlets sent by mall free ot postage, by 

DR. W. R. MERWIN A CO., 

63 Uberty St., New York, Proprietors. 




DR. WRIGHT'S '^ 

BBJDVENlTiNG BLIXIR! 

Or, ESSENCE OF LIFE. 

Piepeiui from Pan, VenrUibl* Extraeta ovwtalB 

las ■•thiac Inlarluu* t* i .* 

moat deUeet^ 





**Aetbe Phrnnlx ^ 

rlaeaffroa tke BuheoarHa ■re.^V 
•■laatpd with aew llfL-" — so don thU Kilx- 
Ir reloveaat* the njntem aad oTcreone dla 

Q^ The R^uvenatlog Elixir is t he result of mod- 
ern discoveries In the vegetaltle kingdom ; being 
an entirely new aod abstract method of core, irres- 
pective of all the old aod worn out systems. 

^y This medicine has been tested by the most 
eminent medical men of the day, and by them pro- 
nounced to be one of the greatest medical discoveries 
•r the age. 

P^- One bottle will cure general Debility. 

rg^ A few doses cares Hysterics In females. 

B^ One bottle cures Palpitation of tbe Heart. 

^F* l^rom one to three bottles restores tbe manU- 
ness and full vigor of youth. 

H^- A Pew doses restores the appetite. 

fg^ Three bottles care tiie worst case of Impo- 
tency. 

^^ A few doses cures the low spirited. 

^y One bottle restores mental power. 

ty^A fev> doft rrttorrj tht nrgans of gentratiem. 

1^ A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. 

13^ ThU medicine restores to manly vigor and 
rcbust health the poor debilitated, worn-down and 
despairing. 

lly The listless, enervated youth, the over-task- 
ed man of business, the victim of nervous depression, 
tbe Indlvidoal suflering from general debility, ar 
fmm weakiutt of a eingU organ, will all find Imme- 
diate aod parmanent relief by tbe use of this Elixir 
or Bsteboe of Life. 

Of- Price, V3 per twttle or three bottles for fS, 
and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money 
to any itddraas. 

vJ» — 

|3rTk« Cberok«« PIIIb and Reja- 
wensktlnK Bllxlr, are sold by all enterprlMnc 
Druggists In the dviUied world. Some aoprlacipled 
dealers, however, try lo sell worthless compounds 
In pUtce of these ; those which they can purchase at 
a cheap price, and make more money by sell- 
ing, than they can on these medicines. As you value 
year health, aye, the health ef your future otf- 
spring, do not be deceived by such unprincipled 
Druaglsts, «* for the$e medicinft and take «« ttk- 
er». If the Druggist will not bay them for yoa. en- 
elose the money In a letter, and we will send them 
to you by Express, securely sealed and packed, tree 
from observation. 

Ladles or GenUemen can address ns In perTecl 
eoDtldence, sUtlng fully and plainly their diseases 
and symptoms, as we treat all diseases of a chronle 
nature In male or female. PatlenU need not he*- 
tate because of their Inability to visit us, as we have 
treated patients successfully In all portions of the 
civlllied globe, by corresponience. ,_,,,-. 

PaUents addressing ua will ple^e state pJamlTMl 
the symptoms of their compfiants, and write Post- 
office, County, State and name of writer, plain, and 
hicloae postage stamp for reply. 

We send our 82 vage FampUtt free to any ad- 
dress. Address allletters for PamphleU or adTtoeW 
the proprietors. ^ 

• Dr. W. R. MERWm A CO., 

<& No. 68 Uberty street. New Tot*. 

EDWARD H. BIGGS, 

DRTTGK3-ISX. 

Sole Wholesale and Retail Agent fhr 8a!Bt PbbI 
to whom all ordei s must be addressed. 
iTg-lvdAw eow-tB th Asat 



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THE sAMf PATJL PRESS FBIDAY, MAY 26, 1866. 



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th:e oity. 



Say ofBamillation and BSoam- 

ing-, — It 13 time that some action was be- 
ing taken, if our citizens design to appro- 
priately observe the first of June, the 
day fixed in President Johnson's procla- 
mation as a diy of humiliation and 
mourning for the death of the late Presi- 
dent Lincoln. Gov. Aliller has also is- 
sned a proclamation requesting the peo- 
ple to meet at their respective places of 
worship, to unite in appropriate services. 

At a meeting of the City Council, held 
on the 18th ult.. Aldermen Peckham. 
Fitr. and Paine, were appointed a com- 
mittee to make arrangements in behalf of 
the city authorities, for participating in 
the funeral services when a day should hv 
set apart. This matter was left to the 
chairman of the committee. Mr. Peck- 
ham, and owing to his death no action 
has been taken that we are aware of. 

We would suggest that a special meet- 
ing of the Council be called, or, if deem 
ed better, a citizen's meeting, to make 
arrangements for a union service of all 
denominations, in the Capitol grounds. 
or in »omf. other convenient locality. 
As next Thursday is the day set apart, i* 
is necessary to take action at once, il 

there is to be any general movement. 
*•* 

The following preamble and resolu- 
tions have been passed by the Pioneer 
Hook and Ladder Company : 

Whprkas. It h!»s pleased an All-wise Prov- 
idence to remove from our miiist our heloved 
friend lohn A. Pecklinra, by one of those suil- 
den tiispensations which a ways prompt unus- 
ual svmpathy and sorrow, we would here tes- 
tifv. in tender remembrance, to the esteem in 
which he was held for his kind, generous dia* 
p«>sition. and the consi-itcnt character of his 
tlailv walk :n life. Always willing, even to 
anxiety, ro assist the tintortunate and needy, 
none ever were turned away with<iut a pleas- 
ant wish and some substantial evidence if sin- 
ceritv. We have felt the warmth of this dis 
position during the brief term of his member- 
' ship in onr Company. We wonld thcrfore 
extend to the family of the deceased our 
heart-felt svmpathy. and mourn with them in 
the loss of husband and father, knowing tMr 
love and affection rejoiced in that household. 

In token of the forejrointr. l)e it 

Rfsohed That the house and meetini? room 
of this Company be draped in mourning for 
the space of thirty days. 

Reso'red, That ac<ip> of the above with res- 
olution annexed be engrossed, and sent to the 
fiimily of the deceased; also published in the 
daily papers of this city. 

IXTants to "Knet Them "—One 

of the most splendid opportunities pre 
sented to postmasters to labor for the 
benefit of the public is found in the mul- 
titudinous letters of inquiry which they 
are constantly receiving. One of the 
latest specimens received if the follow- 
ing, which we copy literally omitting the 
name only : 

Neex.\h may 19(65 
MrP. M 
Sir Will you Oblige me as mutch as to in- 
form me if Wild pigeons Is plenty and nesting 
in your visinety. N. B if tha are nesting and 
plenty thare is aparty of 5 of us wants to 
come up and knet them 
if tha are nesting will stay snmtime 
pleese answer on return 
mail and oblige 

Yours Truley 

The P. M. authorizes us to say that 
wdd pigeous "isn't plenty and nesting in 
your (this) vicinity" so far aa heard 
from and consequently it will be best "to 
come up and knet them." 



BIVER NEWS. 



Pwr« •€ •». r««l, 

ARRivnn. 
Northern Light, Dubuque. 
Sucker State, St. Louis. 
Northern Belle, La Crosse. 
Mollic Mohler, Carver. 

" DEPARTBIt. 

McLellan, La Crosse. 

Northern Light, Dubuque. 

Albany, Mankato. 

Mollie Mohler, Carver. 
The river is rising all the way down to 
Dubuque. At this point it has ri«en two 
inches during the last twenty-four hours. 

The McLellan landed two barges of 
railroad iron (600 tons) at Mendota yesterday, 
for the Central road. 

Wk are indebted to Clerks Cowles of 
the Northern Light and Baron ot the McLel- 
lan for manifests. 

M*ceipta. 

Per \orthm* LigM, from I)ubu<ju». — BA 
K 40 pks ; J J Bradent 3"do ; J B Braden 3 do ; 
SL Bailev & Co 'iido; Cherritree & F 5 do; 
Clark & C 6 do; Day & Jenks 8 do ; L Engles 
3 do ; C L Grant 34 do ; C Ootzian 4 do ; J 
Hind 18 do; Hudson Bay Co 21 do; J P Kill- 
r IV 5 do; Lewis & Fridley 4 do; J E Mission 
&'ColO; John Mathias3do; C K Mayo 23 
do; O W M<x>re 1 do; Pollock 1) & O I do; 
C H & W Fettit 32 do; C C Schnltz 10 do; R 
Sterling 13 do ; T H Tibbit-s 7 do ; Vawter & 
Rose 2 do ; R & T M Marrin 4 do ; White & 
Marks I do ; Walters L & Co 1 do ; T F Wick- 
ersham 6 do; Valeninark & H 10 do; Streight 
& H 1 do; John L Schultj; 1 do; H Morin 15 
do; John Stinkoff I do; Casper Babrick 3 do; 
W Scutmell 9 do; H Hatn '5 do ; Julis Geih 6 
do ; Ctmrad Audrey 3 do ; E Sileby 3 do ; Au- 
gust Benzel 4 do ; E 8 Hemphill 3 do ; Jas 
Canev .1 do; JasCaney & Co 1 do; A Kelly 25 
do ; W Geese 6 do ; Burbank & Co 13 do. 

Per McLellan from La Croaie.—C J Aldrich 
.16 pks; Clark A; Co. St Cloud, 22 do; James 
Davis 1 do; J L Forepangh 8 bales; 



Harwo^HJU? 

Miller (W; 
& to3; 



N B 

pks; Wm Lee 1 do; Dr W H 

Frank Navra 6 do; G W Nichols 

A Paul 22 do ; P F McQuUlan 7 do. 



lMPt->RTAST TO 'iRaTELERS — One of 

the Splendid l^ssenger Steamers of the North 
Western Line, leaves St. Paul, every evening 
f.t six o'clock, making direct connections at 
Prairie du Chin and Dunlieth, with Express 
Trams for the East and South ; timd as quick, 
and fare as low as by any other route. Bag- 
gage decked through from Prairie du Chin 
and Dunleith. — Time guaranteed— Ticket 
office on Jackson St., one door from Levee. 
J AS. J. HILL, Ticket Agent. 

CuANQB ov Time. — The La Crosse 

Line of Boats will leave St. Paul on and after 
Saturday, April 29, at Ten o'clock a. m., mak- 
iag close connections at La Crosse with the 
Express Train the next morning. 

Through ticketiito all points EeaH and South 
can be had of ". Thomison, Agent. 



i^CMM, ■•TICEa. 



Complete Zietter IXTriter. — A 

State otlic ial has received a letter from an 
eastern " barbarian," the commencement 
and (lose of which we present, as a sam- 
ple for a complete letter writer. It is, 
evidently, the production of a foreigner 
or some other min who hasn't learned 
the Yankee style. The following ia the 
open ing : 

To His Excellency the of Itllnnesota . 

Very Illustrious Sir : 

The conclusion is grandiloquent : 

I have the high honor to remain, 
Very Illustrious Sir, 

With distinguishdd consideration and 
respect. 

Your Excellency's 
Most obedient, humble servant. 



Fall in Barley.— Through the in- 
advertence of the gentleman upon whom 
we rely for grain quotations, and upon 
whom our reporter called as usual for the 
weekly review, the price of barley which 
has been $1,06 was not changed, and 
some of our weekly readers may thereby 
be misled. It has suddenly fallen dur- 
ing the past week from the above figure 
to 6.5 a 60 cents per bushel. We are in- 
formed that there have been sales of con- 
■iderable quantities recently at $1,05, 

and the tumble was unexpected. 

•♦» 

Base BalL— The North Star Base 
Ball Club continues in a flourisfainp con- 
dition. They have prepared sheltered 
•eats for ladies or other visitors who may 
wish to witness the game. They design 
to make the Club a permanent institution 
and are about to obtain a neat uniform, 
and erect a building for meetings and as a 
depository of the Club property. Their 
regular days for playing are Tuesdays, 
Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 4 to 
6 p. M. 



I Bj T^lvfprapb. 

Milwaukee, April 21, 186-5. 
/. O. George, Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paul; 

On and after Monday, April 24, the trains 
o( the Chicago & Milwaukee and Milwaukee 
& St. Paul Railroad connect at the same de- 
pot in MUwankee. 

A. V. H. CARPENTER, 
General Ticket Agent. 

Travelers will see by the above telegram 
that they will not be subjected hereafter to 
the annoyance of omnibus riding through 
Milwaukee, making this route the shortest and 
most expeditious and pleasantest routes to 
Chicago and the East. Passengers leaving on 
the 10 :30 A. M. boat will arrive in La Crosse 
in time to take the morniog train, woich will 
land them in Chicago just 24 hours ahead of 
any other route leaving St. Paul same day. 
I. C. GEORGE, 

ap2S-tt Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paul. 

New Icb Cream Saloon. — Christian 
Schiller has opened a first-class Ice Crbam and 
Eatixo Saloox for ladies and gentlemen, on 
Third St., between St. Peter and Market, 
where he will be always ready to ser^e up in 
the best style, Ice Cream of all flavors. Water 
Ices, Marengues, Soda Water, Cold Punches, 
Lemoaade, French pastry and all kinds of 
cake. Families supplied on short notice. 

All kinds of Fruits in their season. 

Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate at all times- 

mal-3m. 

Mltne-ha-ha, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The onfy place in the 
city, where a full and complete collection of 
Photographs of Minnesota scenery, Indians 
&c., can be bad, of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Gallery, No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photographs of oar late President 
at Martin's. tf 

Hall & McKiNNEY.— Hall & McKin- 
ney serve up to-day. Mallard Ducks, Wild 
Geese, Count Oysters (best m the world) 
pheasants, ducks, turkey, (cold or hot) veni- 
son and porter house steaks, mutton chops, 
ham, pig's feet and tripe, the best cellery, 
mackerel and herring. 

Private apartment for ladies. 

Billiard Rooms attached, with six Phelan 
marble top tables, two tour pocket (the only 
ones in the State), and carom (for amateurs). 

Litjuort. — Spiced rum punches, egg nogg 
apple toddy, torn and jerry, sweet cider, ale 
mported, wines and liquors. 

novl4.lv. 

A BusiA'Ess FOR Sale. — Having made 

arrangemenei t« go Into buslneRS In New Tork, 

we offer for sale our stock of Cloihlng and Grnts' 

F^rnUhiog Goodi at less than the market price. 

AJ«o fixtures and unexpired term of lease. 

EASTWOOD & MORRISON. 
St. Paul, Roger's Block ( 
S doors above the Bridge. > 



^•■■•paa C»mmtj !••■■•. 
From the State Atlas. 

A NEW DISCOVBRY — PETROLEUM IN 
MINNESOTA. 

There has been quite an excitement in 
certain circles during the past week, in 
consequence of the discovery of some 
very good indications of the existence of 
petroleum on the fatm of John Oswald, 
Esq., about a mile and a haW from town. 
A constant stream of carriag.<w may be 
seen at any hour of the day, full of the 
curious on their way to view the prem- 
ises, and secure some of the "indica- 
tions," for private and public inspection. 
On the bank of Bassett's Creek, which 
passes through Mr. Oswald's farm, are 
two mineral springs, whose constantly 
flowing waters are covered with a sub- 
stance strongly resembling crude petro- 
leum. Parties familiar with the subject 
are of opinion that the surface indica- 
tions 0.1 Mr. Oswald's farm are as good 
as any on Oil Creek. 

At any rate, to test the matter, a cjin- 
pany is about being formed, who will 
purchase the necessary aparatus and 
"bore lor ile." In two or three months 
at the lurthest it will be demonstrated to 
an iota, as to whether we have Petroleum 
in Mir.nesota; meanwhile, it "ile is 
struck." John ia a ^ucky boy ; that's all. 
Tornado. — Our city was the scene of 
a storm of unusual seventy last Satur- 
day. The storm came from a south- 
westerly direction. The wind blew with 
ten ibif force, demolishing fences, chim- 
nies, &c , and was accompanied with a 
very heavy fall of rain ; which in a very 
few hii iutes flooded streets, cellars, and 
hollows. The oldest inhabitant never saw 
Its like before. The large Brick Block 
nearili'^ Suspension Briilge had its mas- 
sive, walls blowi^down, a portion of 
which (ell on the residence of Peter Wol- 
ford. Esq., inflicting serious daina;;e. 

TuK tornado in passage over the 
southwestern portion of this county, 
seems to have done considerable injury. 
Houses were unrooled, barns blown 
down, and miles of fences prostrated. 
The barn of William Anderson, near 
Eden Prairie, was blown down, also, his 
house unroofed. The storm was the 
most extensive, as well as the greatest in 
power that has ever passed over this 
county since its settlement. 

Kii.lkh. — A couple of dogs belonging 
in town visited the farm of J. S. John- 
son, one mile south of towr , on last Fri- 
day morning, and killed two of his sheep, 
beside maiming several oth^ts. Tlie 
next morning the same dogs attacked R. 
J. Mendenhall's flock and killed five of 
his splendid Merino sheep. Mr. Men- 
denhall fortunately observed them at 
their murderous business, and succeeded 
in badly disabling one of them. He 
followed them to town. Pound Master 
Slater took the matter in hand, and killed 
thodops. We also learn that Mr. Hin- 
man. v ..o resides in Minnetonka town- 
ship has lost several fine sheep in the same 
way. This fact will settle the question 
as to whether the dog law ought to be en- 
forced or not. 

Gave Way. — A portion of the high 
bank between the Fort ^nelling wall and 
the road bed of the Central Railroad, 
gave way last week and fell across the 
road to such an extent as to cause no 
small expense to have it removed. Fears 
are expressed that sooner or later the east 
wall of the Fort will have to be moved, or 
it will go down with the bank on which 
it stands. 

Good News. — The recent heavy and 
seasonable rains, served to raise Bum 
river sufficiently to insure the coming of 
thclflgs. without a chance of failure. So 
the Important question whether the logs 
will come or not. is most satisfactorily 
settled. In view of this fact, we can cer- 
tainly expect the busiest season at the 
Falls ever witnessed. 

Receipts. — It is said that the actual 
receipts received for tolls and fare on the 
first section of the Pacific Railroad is 
about $15 000 per month, while the ex- 
dense of working the road is about $4,- 
000, making anett profit of $11,000. So 
it seems that even short railro.<ids do pay 
even in Minnesota. 



the teachings of him to whom we are all 
amenable, it is General Ewell." 

lie is a favorite of the children of the 
officers of the garrison, who look to him 
with childlike confidence. 

Another of the rebel officers is Gen. 
Smith, who is scarce out of his teens. 
His dress is plain Zouave jacket, made 
by some hand loom of the South. 

The prisoners expressed implicit confi- 
dence in Jeff. Davis and no man could 
rally them as well as he. He is their 
ideal of a great man. Harry Gilmore is 
a favorite among the prisoners. He is 
an otT-hand, dashing fellow, well suppli- 
ed with money, (which he doesn't seem 
to care much for,) and is very liberal to 
the poor fellows who have been neglect- 
ed by their friends, if they have any. 
♦ « ♦ I ♦ ■ 

PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATION.^ 



Bv thn Lead or Ton, conslantly on hand at 
TERMILLIOer MILLS, HavUDgg, Minn. $15.00 
per Ton. SIEPHKN G AUDN •<;r. 



macaw* 



Slp^nlnir of Aouttaerw I*or(«- 

mi of u<>iiis«>r'nt aaiviiw- 

of Trwdt> RvatTWCtlwwa. 



-n«m*v«l 



We now can fumiih pure Halt Vinegar as 

low as common and adulterated \inpgar landed 

from below. 

DREWKV & QREIO. 

Orders can be left with L. B. ft C. Oretg Third 

gtr eet.St. Pa ul. aprl8-2w 

1^ o » a-A M. m . 

3,500 Acres Pine Ijands. 
We have the title direct {Tom the Government. 
For sale in quantities to suit. 

Apply to 6MILEY k WOODBURY. 



LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL 

PACKET COMPANY. 



iiiava.8m 



Anoka. 



NEW FIJRIME. 



W. F.DAVIDSON, President. 
RHODES. SArretary and General Agent. 
Capt. P. 6. DAVIDSON, Saperintendent. 



Capt 
WM. 



The Shortest and Most Comfortable 
Route to and from Minnesota* 



^bTe a pT 



§ml (B$hU, &c 



THE PRISONERS AT FMT WARREN. 



Hay Contract.— Capt. Carver open- 
ed the bids on Wednesday for fifty tons 
of hay, to be delivered at the govem- 
ment stables, in this city, on or before 
the 25th of June. They were as follows : 

A. H. Wilder $1-5 per ton 

t-.tj. Lewis 1,5 •< 11 

Wm. Garcelon. 13 « « 

J-S**>ly 14 «« •< 

Chas. A. Prescott 11.80" «• 

The contract was awarded to Mr. Pres- 
«ott. 



Personal,— Gov. Miller and hidy ar- 
rived from the East yesterday morning. 
We also noticed among yesterday's ar- 
rivals, Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, Hon. Da- 
vid Blakely, Secretary of State and Prof. 
Phelps of the Normal School. 



Wew Play.— The .oi.P rf- ]„. capi 
tol was yesterday ador. .,• .. ,., , „^^ fl^ 
twelve yards long and twenty feet wide. 
The flag w^s made to order, by R, O. 
Strong. 

Atlaatic. Oar Young Folks, Harper, 
Oodey's, Peterson's, and Madam Demoresfs 
Monthlies, for June, are at Memll's, also sev- 
eral new books. 



D. C. Grsbnubaf baa the largest and 

best assortment of Holliday Goods in the city, 
in Oreenleafs Block, near the Post OflBce. 
d«cl7.tf 



Xh© Uadfets ol »t. Paul 

ARE RKSPKCXrULLT WFOBMKt) THAT 

M:R8. :HTJMPIIItKY 

HYGENIC PH VielCIAIS 

HAS TAKEN ROOM3 AT TBE 

International Hotel, 

Where she may be found €ach 
"Wednesday fV-om lO to 3 o'clock, 

by those wishinjf to consult a competent and ex- 
peri* need Physician of their own sex, or by oth- 
ers who nuky desire the services of a Physician of 
the Hygenlc or Water-Cnre system. Mrs. H.'g 
sucocBslntreatment of diseases of her sex, and 
indeed all diseases, has shown that -he merits the 
coofldence and patronage of her afflicted sisters. 

Her practice in Obstetrics has been extensive, 
and her success remarkable' 

*or the treatment cf Fevers. Diptheria, Dis- 
eases of Children, Inflamatory Rheumatism, and 
all Ai'ute as well as chronic Oifuigeg, the system 
ihe practices isioflnitely eupeiior to any and all 

0tb»T«L 

Mrw. 8. B. Homphrey, M. !>., and Dr. A. O. 

Qumphre? are resident (/hyHicians at tt>e West- 
>»rn bygeian Home, formerly vVinslow House, at 
^t. Anttiony, and will attend cal.s by telegraph 
or letter from.st Paul. orelii*;where within reach. 
Ctiarxes from Bve to ten dollars per day. 

Cobsul'atioi.:! always free. I'rHacriptionsfrom 
one to live doila.'s — to the poor, gratis, my 17 -em 



Saint Pan) Marble Works. 

Oor. of Third St. 



of Third 

(Near the old 



Sxohanse Sts., 

'irican House.) 



Oppos,TKSii>.._Memll has changed 

«de of the street. Where he will l« happy to 
^ his customers and attend to their wii 



All kinds of MARBLE W.ORK done to order. 

Particular attention givea to CONTRACTS 
forlArge MON CMENTS, or an> kind of FANCY 
orPUAUI MCNUMKNTAL WO'RK. 

ALL WOHK WAKRANli'^D. 
4V Now ia the tin e to leave youi' tipring or* 

1;. jr. AX.nmt.'^u, \ 

Mbas.iy Ateeut tor the Citaqiuy. 



Tk« BHrhC Side of (k« eaorlllaa 
nioaby, m» Ik«acrll»<>d bv hi* frlwada 
— ^Ttaat (h* R<>b«U Saj ef Cw«II, dec, 
dec. 

From the Boston Traveler. 

A young man who for some months 
past has been employed at Fort Warren, 
in a position where he had free commuiii- 
cation with the rebel prisoners, has given 
UB some information respecting thijm. 
He seems to be rather favorably impress- 
ed by their appearance, and his account 
seems to be almost a "southside view" of 
the men who are unwillingly enjoying the 
hospitalities of the Govt-rftment. 

He says the whola nmnber of prisoners 
at theFort,i8 about S.")!), embracing guer- 
rillas, blockade-runners, rebel officers 
and disloyal citizens. The numoer of 
guerrillas is nearly 200, most of whom be- 
long to the command of Mosby, and when 
captured were s^'nt here as dangerous 
men. Our informant says most of them 
are young, possessing more than ordina- 
ry intelligence, and generally from what 
they call "good families." Quite a num- 
ber of them are from Maryland and 
tVaahington. They are perfectly amena- 
ble to the discipline of the place, and our 
officers have no trouble with them. Among 
them is a young man named Hiskell — a 
go^d looking fellow of about 20 years, 
and a private in Mosby's command — who 
claims to be the grand- son of President 
Monroe. 

When President Lincoln waa killed 
many of them seemed to regret it very 
much, and there were no expressions of 
joy among them. They say that Lincoln 
was lenient, and they bad reason to ex- 
pect favorable treatment from him. Some 
of them have funds and they receive the 
Boston papers daily, and are well posted 
up in the news of the day. They are 
generally in very good health. Recently 
one ot their number died, and about $150 
was subscribed to buy a metallic cafiio, 
in which his remains were sent home. 

Our informant says that there are im- 
prisoned with Mosby's men 15 or 20 of 
Kincbeloe's guerrillas, an independent 
plundering gang, also operating in Vir- 
ginia. These appear to be a ruffianly 
set of fellows, and the others are not 
much inclined to fellowship with them. 
Besides these there are a few men from 
Forrest^s command, whom he describes 
as "fighting fanatics." 

The prisoners, generally, admit that 
the days of the Confederacy are number- 
ed, though some think there will still be 
fighting west of the Mississippi. Seven- 
eighths of thf m would gladly take the 
oath of allegiance and go home. 

There are quite a number of rebel -(Ti- 
cers imprisonad at the Fort, mt' > '•?• 
kept in separate quartern uad are not 
allowed to communicate with the other 
prisoners. Among tbcm are thirteen 
rebel Generals, the most prominent of 
whom is General Ewell. He seems to be 
a great favorite with the rebel soldiers. 
They say that he was always in the fight ; 
that he was the fighting man under Stone- 
wall Jackson, and much of the honor 
which that General gained was due to 
Ewell. The " boys" recount a colloquy 
that was said to have taken place between 
Jackson and Ewell in the early part of 
Jackson reproved Ewell for 



$ipprial Dispatch to Western Associated Press. 

Wa.shisgton, May 22 — Whereas, By 
proclamation of the President of the 11th 
day of April last, certain ports of the 
United States herein specified, wbiih had 
previously been subject to blockade, were 
for objeits of public safety declared, in 
conformity with previous special legisla- 
tion of Congress, to be closed against 
foreign commerce during the nation's 
will, to be thereafter expressed and made 
known by the President ; and 

Whereas, Events and circumstances 
have since occurred which, in my judg- 
ment, render it expedient to remove that 
restriction, except as to the ports of Gal- 
veston, ijavacea, Brazos de Santiago, 
Point Isabel, and,Brownsville, in the State 
of Texas : 

Now, therefore. Be it known that I, 
Andrew Johnson, President of the Unit- 
ed States, do hereby declare that the 
ports aforesaid, not excepted as above, 
shall be open to foreign commerce from 
and after the 1st of July next ; that com- 
mercial intercourse with said ports may, 
from that time, be carried on subject to 
the laws of the United States, in pursa- 
ance of such regulations as may be pre- 
scribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. 
If, however, any vessel from a foreign 
port shall enter any of the before named 
excepted ports in the State of Texas they 
will continue to be held liable to the pen- 
alties prescribed by the act of Congress, 
approved on the 13th of July, 1861 ; and 
persons on bo.ird of her to such penalties 
as may be incurred pursuant to the laws 
of war, for trading or attempting to trade 
with the enemy. 

And I, Andrew Johnson, President of 
the United States, do hereby declare and 
make known that the United States of 
America do henceforth disown to all per- 
sons trading or attempting to trade in 
any of the United States, in violation of 
the laws thereof, all pretense of bellig- 
erent rights and pnvileges ; and I give 
notice that from the date of this procla- 
mation, all such offenders will be held 
and dealt with as pirates. 

It is also ordered that all restrictions 
upon trade heretofore imposed in the 
territory of the United States east of the 
Mississippi river, save those relating to 
contraband of war, to reservation of rights 
of the United States, to property pur- 
chased in the territory of the enemy, and 
to 25 per cent, upon the purchase of cot- 
ton, are removed. All provisions of the 
internal revenue law will be carried into 
effect under proper officers. 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto 
set my hand, and caused the seal of the 
United States to be alHxed. 

Done at the city o) Washington, this 
22d day of May, in the year of our Lord 
1865, and of the independence of the 
United States of America the 89th. 

ANDREW JOHNSON. 
By the president : 
W. HisTEK, Acting Secretary of State. 



Worthy or Imitation. 

We have two laws in Maine which I 
think Massachusetts, and indeed all the 
other States would do well to adopt. The 
first is one adopted at the suggestion of 
Gov. Hubbard, in 1851. He was (and 
still is) an extensive medical practitioner 
in the State, and in the course of his 
journey ings far and near, driving his own 
beast, he realized the need of freqnent 
and convenient watering places along the 
highways. By this recommendation the 
Legislature passed a law proposing that 
any person, to the acceptance of the se- 
lectmen, wh) should set uo a good tub 
or trough by the readside.into which pure 
water should be constantly discharged, 
and make it easily accessible to travellers, 
should have an abatement of three dollars 
on his taxes every year as long as that 
convenience should be mained. The 
consequence is now that you cannot 
travel far on any principal road in 
Maine, where you will not see a flowing 
fountain of pure water at which horses 
and cattle can refresh themselves, and 
f jir the most part, also, you will see a tin 
dipper hanging from the penstock, by 
means of which the human traveler may 
partake of Adam's ale. Another provis- 
ion of law in Mauie, entitled to imitation 
is this : Any persons in rural towns, who 
will set out and properly protect sows of 
shade trees on the line of the road, 
are rewarded by an abatement 
on their taxes. In many towns 
therefore, you will now see the highways 
ornamented and sha'ed by growing su- 
gar-maple, elm, linden and other decidu- 
ous trees, and in many instances the ef- 
fect is much set off by the intermingling 
of evergreen trees, such as hemlocks, 
firs, spruce, cedar and pines Such or- 
naments are not only a luxury to travel- 
ers in warm weather, but they enhance 
the value of the contiguous farms. — Cor. 
Springifield Bepvblican. 



NEW GOODS. 

The 8ubscrit>ers have formed a copartnership un- 
der the lirm namo of 

GEO. BENZ & CO., 

For the purpose of doing a 
WHOLESALE AND IMPORTING 

BUSINBiiS IN 

WINES AND^ LIQUORS. 

Cicnuiuc Kiicnisli ¥¥ine8, 

(Direct importation,) from Germany, (all the 
vintax**!) kept constantly on hand; also, ex- 
tra fine 

Srandies, Sharrsr Ac Port "Wine, 

For medicinal purposes— by the bottle, gallon 
or cask. 

Ai the summer season is approaching. Retail 
Dealtrg and private parties will do well to ex- 
amine and purcliase some of our 

CATAWBA AND CLARET WINES, 

for cooling Summer Drinks. 

Storo -Nci. 310 Third Street, 

Brown's Block, St. Paul. Minn. 

OKO. BBIVZ dc CO. 

GEO. BKN7. { 

>. A. KENZ. i myl91m 

OrriCB or Statk Trbasurbr, ) 
St. Paul, May 15, 1865. \ 

Sealed Proi>OH»a,1s 

Will bo received at this office until June I, at 12 
M , for the furnishing and delivery at the State 
CapiUl of 

les CoT-d« of AVood. 

The proposals must state the quality, kind, 
whether green or eeasoned wood, proposed to be 
farnirihed. To t>e deUvcr.-d as required by the 
State Treasurer. 

CIIAS.BCHEFFEB, 
malfl-td Treasurer 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 
The LaCrosse & St. Paul Packets 

are running 

A. DAILY I^IIS^E: 

of large and splendidly Utted side- wheel steamers 
b-'twfen 

LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL, 

as follows : 

Ja4. H. Hatcher, Master. 

NORTHKFtN BSULK. 
J.B. West, Master. 

KKOKXJK, 

Isaac Moulton, Master. 

One of those Steamers 

LEAVES LA CROSSE EVERY EVENING, 

upon the arrival of the 11 o'clock Express Train 
from Milwaukee, Tb'>y make close counections 
at the following points : 

with the Winona and St. feter Railroad, for St. 
Charlwa, Roch<>at«>r und sonthoria 

AJT RKKD'S LA.ND1NG, 

with Chippewa Itiver Daily Packets, 
lor KauClialre; 

-A.T Ir'RKSCOTT, 
with the fit. Croix Diily Packets, running to 
Hadaon, Miillwwtvr and Tay- 
lor's Vwll*. 

AT HASTINGS, 
with Stages for CiftrlbwulSisnd Otvatoaaa. 

AT ST. PAUL. 

with th^ St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, for 8«. 
Aatlioay, .Winneapwiia, Anoka, ttt. 

Cload, and >ortliern Minnesota, 

and Stagos for the Ked Uiver 

of the ^orth. 

Also trlth 

Daily Minnesota River Packets, 

Foil RHAKnpEK, CHASKA, CARrER, BeLLE 

Pi.AiNE, Ukjiukrson, Lk Sukub, St. Pe- 
ter, Mankato, Nrw Ulm k'so 
Fort Eidoelt. 



CHliPISf! 



REAL ESTATE. 
A<ox*8ra.ii A JMcdond, 

Agents and Dealers. 
8AIIVI7 PAUL, MIIVF^. 

EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION. 



H. KNOX TA7L0R 



Having been In New Toik at Jaat the right time, 
was enabled to buy bis stock of 



mm m mmi mt 



at the lowest flgnrea, and can therefore cell them 
totals customers 



At Very Low Prices. 



»5.i^ n* I*** **? y**"" e'n>'rien8e In the Bral 
Rstate BuA pepsin St. Paul, and havine faciimp. 
for transac! ing the buelnesi m every coumvTn 
the State through our correspondents we offlr 
our s< rvlces to Cuy and sell Property pay Tmm 
negotiate Loans, collect Bents locate li«!i 
Warrants, and do all and evTr" hmr^'^^^ 
w^a general Keal Estate Agency * "^ '»'*»<«*«» 
We Invite attention to our Lists of 

"CITT k. COUNTRY PEOP£ETY» FOB 8 ALB, 



And olfer BARGAINS in both. Among them 
The best Bufiness Comer in St. Paul Also 
100 feet on Third 3treet. "*• '^""- Also, 
160 feet on f-'eventh street, 
Lou In all the BuslDess street*. 

^^nrnlshed Houses, ♦l,K00,$i600, and 916,000 

Houses and Lots fTom l.-JOO to $26,000 «ach. 
Residence Ix>t8 In St. Paul andelsewbere 
Farms and Farming Lands. •="«*^'>«'«. 
Mineral Lands. 
Pini lands, etc., etc. 
^Parties wishing to seU or purchase are invited 

HKOROAlf * McCI.OI:D. 

St. Paul, Feb. 83, 1865. 

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FOR flOMS, 

ATT OA.»£I»»S. 



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Parties wishing to make the trip overland to 
Baylield, Lake Supeiior, can find teams, tent*, 
camping utensils Ac. by appl ingto WKBB at 
DAILY fc BY PER' J oTlce. m«y2ilm 

/-^OAT 



HAKBIM VTAHTED. 



Steady Knnployment Oiven. 



N>7NE BUT 
MInneapo.is, Ma; 20, 18*i3. 
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FIR3TR4Tii KEED APPLY. 
T. H%L£ fcCO. 



NOTICE. 

TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE 

L. S. and M. R. R. Co. 

The annual meeting of the stockholders of tbe 
Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad Compa- 
ny will be held on tbe FIR.T M )NDAY OF 
JUNE next, l)eing the 5 h day of the mcnth, at 
four o'clock in the afternoon, a* the ofBse of the 
Company, in the City of St. Paul, tor the purpose 
of electing Directors for the ensuing year. 

Dated St, Paul, Minn., May 0th, 1865. 

ROBERT P. LEWIS, 
sat-mfl-oaw tluneS Secretary 



T AMIES, 

If you wish to preserve your Furs, Robes, 
Clothe, Blankets, tc, from moth^ and other in- 
fects, go to Vawter fc Rose's and get a packet of 
CEDAR CAMP H O R. 
I> not only preserves, but imparts a delighfnl 
perfume. m4-tf hdnads 



T 



UB CBI.EBRATBO PUAIOJV'S 



One of the A.bov« Packets 

Ueaires St. Paul I>a.ily, 

AT 10 A. IM., 

on the arrival of the St. Paul and Pacific train, 
making close connections at La Crosse 

With the Momins Train 

FOR 

MIL^VAXJKICE, CHICAGO, 

AND ALL POINTS EiST AND SOUTH. 
This Company Is also provided with a large 
number of LIGHT UKAUUbT, Freight and 
low Boats and Barges, which will enatln them to 
do businei(R vrith dispatch, whatever the stage of 
water may be. 

Merchants Can Rely on this Line. 

TICKETS can be procured to all points, at the 
Company's licket Ofiflco, corner of Levee and 
Jackson streets. 

CHAS. XHOSIPSOIT, 

Ticket Agent. 
BORVJP * CHA.VPJLKIT, 
Freight Agents. 

'Ai'isnirEsoxA river pacxcet. 

THE STEAMER 

Capt. H. "^r. ZIolznes, 

Will run to the Rapids. conn<>ctIng 



NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT, 



For when we have to purchase again we shall 
have to get higher prices. 



with the Stiymiprp Albany, Ariel 
Stella Whipple, En'erprii>e, and 
Chippewa Falls, making daily trips, leaving St. 
Paul at 2 o'clock v. m. Leaving Kapids at4A.M,, 
connecting with Stages at filiakopee for all points 
on the Minnesota Rivor. 

Freight r^ceived at all hours at Wharf Boat at 
foot of Jackson street, for all points on Minneso- 
ta biver. fHA-LES IHOMP.sON. 
ap'Jii-6m Agents, ISoRUP » ;.hampliic. 



o-jexe:.^'!' news. 



CAPTURE OF JEFF. DAVIS. 



WE HAVE A VI RY COMPLETE STOCK OF 



DRESS GOODS 



Cloths and Gassimeres, 



Brown aidBleaolied Muslins, 



Ticking, Stripes, &c., 



Gloves and Hosiery, 



Yankee Notions. 



Greenbacks as Good as Gold 



•'.Night Bloomlnfic Cereus," 
By the eing'.e bottle, dozen or gross, at 

VAWIER & ROSE'.S, 

magtf No HI Third Street. 

HE IVKCEHT and ai«a( Reliable 



T 



Bue and Insaot Destroyer 

In the market can be procured at the counter of 
mfrtf VAWTER fc ROSE. 



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We alK< keep the celebrated 



tbe 



war. 



usin^ 80 much profane language, urging 
that It never won a baMle. Ewell replied 
he thought praying never helped one 
much in such an emergency ; bit he is now 
said to have changed, and, our inform- 
ant adds, " soon after this occurrence he 
wsa led to look to Jesua as bis only hope, 
And I doubt not, if any man lives up to 



President Johnson. 

Tbe London Spectator, of May 6, has 
a long article on our new President, 
which commence? as follows : 

A very original, very determined, it 
may be very dangerous, but unquestiona- 
bly very powcrtul man, has succeeded 
Abraham Lincoln. The public in this 
country has been deceived as much by 
the formal utterance of Mr. Johnson 
when accepting the Presidency as by the 
accident which threw such ridicule over 
bis inauguration, in the subordinate of- 
fice. This is no feeble ruler, sure tq be 
a tool in the hands of his secretaries or 
the parties around him, any more than it 
is a drunken rough, elevated by an acci- 
dent, and incapable of an idea, but a 
strong, self-reliant man, accustomed to 
rule, and to rule in a revolution, with a 
policy as distinct as that of the oldest 
Kuropean statesman, and a will which, 
be that policy wise or rash, will assured- 
ly make resistance to it a most dangerous 
task. 

There is no single point in politics 
which it is so important to KnglisLmen to 
understand as the character of tbe Amer- 
ican President ; they cannot aiford a sec- 
ond mistake such as that committed about 
Mr. Lincoln, and we have passed hours 
in studying the speeches and acts of Mr. 
Johnson aa Governor of Tennes ee. The 
mve we have read tbe more strongly has 
the conclusion grown on us, that the new 
American President is one of the most 
individual men qn the continent — a ruler 
who, whatever c Ise he may do or leave 
undone, will most assuredly rule ; who will 
bo. row knowledge, but accept advice 
only when it harmonizes with his own 
preconceived convictions. 
• » ♦ ■ • 

— Hon. Jere. Clemens, ex - United 
States Senator f^om Alabama, died at his 
residence in Huntsville, Alabama, in the 21st 
inst., of congestion of the langt. 



Consisting in part of stkawukrbt, black 

BRKBT, CHKRKT, KKO RA8PRKKKY AND OKAPB 

wine; pkacii, applk, <;ii«kby and black- 
BKBKY BRAXniKS. Also tin« Imported Bran 
dies. Gins, Port and Sherry Wines, fcc, for Me- 
dicinal and Table uses, which are perfectly pure, 
and need only b^ tried to be appreciated. None 
genuine, unless they have < ur Oold lAibe.l on 
the cork. Sold by all druK^tsts and dealers 
throughout the country. Call for our goods and 
take no other. Circulars to the trade supplied 
on application to 

BESriVETX PKETERS * CO., 

No. 21 River St., Chicago. 
For sale by all Druggists and Grocers. 

ma14-Aowdtw&w fssw. 

PENSION B LA NKS 



ALSO BLANKS FOR 

BOUNTY AND BACK PAY. 

rrhe I*ress I*rintin|g: Oo., 

Have now printed and oiTer for sale 

The Orilv Collection of Pension 
.Blanks in tbe Northwest, 

Embracing the followlBg ; 

CLAIM, or WIDOW, 

CLAIM OF MOTHBR, 
CLAIM or MINOR SISTERS, 
CLAIM or MINOR BROTHBhS, 

CLAIM or MINOR CHILDREN, 
CLAIM rOR INVALID PENSION. 

'Bonnty and Baok Pa^r.*. 

CLAIM OF WIDOW, 

CLAIM OF FATHER," 

CLAIM OF MOTHER, 
CLAIM OF BROTHERS AND SISTER . 

Sarar^on'ai AlBda^vltei. 

PRICK 75 CENTS PER QUIRE— S CT8. EACH* 

t^lfot sale by the single sheet, quire or ream 
Address 
mh2A PRESS PRINTING CO. 

mOR TU£ CABS 



OorOmnibasseswiUrantoMid from the prla 
tlpal Hotels and Boats la oonnootloa with th« 
•rains of the 

bT, PAUL AUD PACIFIC RAILBOAJ^. 

Passengers and baggage wUl be oaUed for la 
ta<n*«r to orders left at the American, Intenia4 
tlosal aB4 Eerohaats, or at oar ofloe. 

|y* J. C. BURBANK * OO. 



NEWGOODS 

JUbT heoeived. 

Having perfec'-. cmfldcnce that our currency 
wi 1 soon be worth its lace in gold, I wil 1 ell my 
entire s'ock ot 

WATCHES, tlflCKS. JEWEIRY, 

Silver and Plated Ware, 
DIAMOND GOODS. 

ir-ANCY GrOODS, &C., &;C., 

AT PRICES BASED ON GOLD. 

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. 

I am constantly receiving 

:Ney>v Stylos or Groods, 

and invite all to call and examine. 

Particular attention paid to the 

REPAIRING OF FINE WATCHES. 

I devote my personal attention to that branch 
of tbe business, and allpersonsleaving work with 
me can be sure of having it dene qnickly and well, 

Cloolcs and JFe^welry Repaired. 

I>anioii. Grreenleaf» 

Corner Third and Robert streets. 



FRENCH JACKETS 

At Camp's. 

SPIiING SHAWLS 
At Camp's. 

BLACK AND WHITE BALMORALS 
At Camp'8. 

FREIVCH CORSETS 

At Camp*8. 

Thomson's French Elastic Skirt 

At Camp's. 

AJexaiicler's Kid OlOT-ea 

At Camp's. 

LADIES' BLACK GAUNTLETS 
At Camp's. 

Ladies* Paper Collars and Cuffs 
At Camp's. 

At Camp's. 

BL A OK SILKS 
At Camp's. 

Y:A.NKEE NOTIONS 

At Camp's. 

Cotton Goods of all kinds 

At Camp's. 



"Duplex Elliptic Skirts," 



which « e purchased after the 



Great Reduction in Prices. 



We also have a splendid stock of 



Springs an«l Summer ShavTls, 



Cloth Sa<!qne8 and Circulars. 



Everylhing: You 

At Camp's. 



ll^ant 



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St. 



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NEW GOODS 

JUST ARRIVED 

AND FOB BALK AT 

FAISriC I>RICES. 
O'CONNER & KING 

Uave just opened a splendid assortment of 

Clothing, Hats and Caps, 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

Embracing everything in the line of 

Scarf-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Hosiery, 

and Gloves. 

They have also a large stock of 

Notions and Fancy Goods, 

which they offer to 

Dealers, Peddlers and Auctioneers, 

being confident they can eult all. We solicit 
a call. 

Third Street. St. Paul. 

Three doors above the Merchants Hotel. 

miy9-3m 

Fancy Toilet Soap, Hair, Tooth 
or Nail Bruslies, 

Can find Just what they want at 

VAWTER fc ROSE'S. 
ma7-tf _^__ 

p«ASPBa OKI»I.lirB, 

Bferoliaiit rTailor, 

Jarksea Street, between Third Sreet and Levee, 
Saint Panl, Uinnesote. 
N. B.— Dyeing, oleaUngSllk and Velret goods 
and all other goods. Partloalar attention naid 
to the Steamboat trade. Will bay' 
oad band olotblBg. 



BASQUE T I IS^ES. 



We shall receive : n a few days a very fine stock of 



Black Silk Sacques, 



Black Bilk Circulars, 



g Black Siilk Basquetines. 



All of which w i offer very low to enr custom- 
ers for cash. 



Persona from a distance wiU find It lor their in- 
terest to Tisit the 



Gheap Cash Store, 



Sia Third Street, 



Saint Paul, Miiuneaota. 



Bl6 



ALL GOODS CHEAP 
At John H. Camp's, 

No. 1*18, Third Street. 

mch2l 

JA.8. J. HULiX^ 

Forwarding & Commission 

AGKNT FOR TIIE 
NORTH WESTERN Pj^KBT COMPANY 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, 
MIL. AND PRAIRIE DU CIIIfcN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT CONTRACTED 
TO ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 
TWE LOWEST RATES. 
49* Overcharges and Damages promptly ad- 
justed. 

Office and Warehouse on the Lower Leree, 4t, 
Panl. a p5-tf 

Crockery Importing House 

WILL JjELL 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 

&c., ' c , 
^t Sastern Prices, 
with LKSS than freight added . A large stock of 
Xal>le Cutlery, 

Oarbon Oil &> X^amps, 

ILtookinsr Olasses, 

Britannia Ware, 
Xea Trays, Ac, 

fer sale at latest GO lD PRI ~ES. 

R. »AKVKH. 

180 A 191 Third Sttest A Bench btrce% St. Paul. 
feptio 



PROMPTNESS 

In the execution of orders, and moderation In 
(diu-ges, are the erms on which WIHBISH pro- 
poses to build ai a permanent 

Oity- Kcpress Sueiness. 
r-«r<Ma«n|M* at Ofloe In Bisk's Qrooerr >(oi«. 



I IV PKOBATR COURT — STATE OF 
Minnesota county uk ramsey. 

In Probite Court— Special Term— May 18, 1865, 
In the matter of the estate of Philip W. Nichols, 
deceased. 

On reiding and filing thn petition of Mavens 
P. Nichols, Administratorof hsid ei^tato, praying 
that he mav be allowed tu niaki> his tinal account 
ot nisaomlnistration of said estate, and be dis- 
charged — 

It is ordered that Friday, June »th, 1M(S, at 
10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the office of the 
Judge of < robate, t>e assigned fur the liear.ng of 
said pet.ti<ui. a a that alt pers'-ne intere-tedin 
said estate kre required to appear at a fcsrion of 
the Probate Court, then and there to be holden, 
#b show osuHo, if any there t>e, why the prayer of 
the said petitioner should not be granted. 
R. F.CRoWELL, 
frl.my.l9-4t. Jud»eof Pr ibate. 



PROBATE COURT— RAMSEY COJN- 
lY.— In the matter of the estate of Ab:jah 
Blakeman deceased. 

All i>er»ons havinr claims against the estate of 
said Abijah Blaki man are htieby tiotifled that 
we, the undersigned, n-ere,cn the 20th day of 
April, A. D IMS, t ppoint^l by the Judge of said 
Pr,>bate Coun, Conmiisslouere to receive, exam- 
ine and adjuiit all clainaB ana demands of all (er- 
sons against the said deceaFod ; that sis moLtlis 
from and afl^r said day have been allowed and 
limited for credltorsto presient their claims to us 
for examinaticn andalluwacce, and that we will, 
on the second and lounh Saturdays ot each and 
every month, until the expiration ol 8aid fix 
months from this dale, at tha office of the clerk 
ot theUnitfd ^t^te8 « ircult Court, in the »ity of 
Saint Paul, in tbe State of Minnesot*, attend to 
the dlscliarge ot our duties as snch Ccmmls-ioa- 
en. 
Dated at St. Panl JKina , April 20, IMS. 
WM. A. Sf KbCKB, ( 
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SAINT PAUL, MAY 27, 18«6. 



TO aDVEBTISEBS. 

49- JTki* p<y>«- Aa«a />««», Tri-Wtetcly and 
Wetily circulation nttity Tr«ble that of any 
9tker I'm yinnetota, and thtrtfore presents in- 
meemenlM to advertistrs te'nchthey loUl not find 



OKIT. rOPB. 

We publish on our second page a let- 
ter to the Cincinoati Commercial in reply 
to some strictures of this paper on Gen. 
Pope''s management o' military affairs on 
onr Irontier, evidently written by a mem- 
ber of Pope's staff, and wh-eh indicates 
in its statement of immaterial facts, just 
enough knowledge of the subject to con- 
vict the writer of a gross and wilful pi-r- 
▼ersion of the truth of history. We 
quote : 

Whan h^ :irriv • I ia Mian-">>t» ia Sjpte m- 
ber, 1862, the population of the Sute was in 
an a^ony of exiitcd fear. The murUerinft 
Sioux, liushed u it Ii bloody success, n-ere with- 
in fortv miles of the capital. .St. Paul wns 
fiiled with fuKiti%-e.'«, and the roads in every 
direction lined with he'pless and homeless 
jamilic^. 

In Ictis than six weeks, the hostile Sioux 
were driven fiack from the .■icrtlements, and 
eifectual measures taken to hoIU the restless 
Chippewa:^ and Winnebagos in perfect quiet. 

Now there is not a word of truth in 
this. 

Gen. Pope arrived here on the l>'>th of 
September, long after all pa* ic and dan- 
ger wert: past. The Sioux, instead of 
being 'llusheJ wi:h success" and "within 
forty miles of St. Paul," had already"been 
driven back from the settlements" by he 
forces of the State, sent by Governor 
Samsey, under the command of General, 
then Coionel, Sibley, to the defense of 
the frontier ; New Llm and Fort Ridg- 
ley on our extaeme frontier bad been re- 
lieved, and the savages were already in 
foil retreat before the pursuing column. 
of Colonel Sibley, far beyond our re. 
motest Western settlements. 

On the 22d of September this pursuing 
column of State troops still acting under 
the orders of Governor Ramsey, and pro- 
bably not aware of Pope'* arrival in the 
State, overtook and whipped the Sioux in 
the battle of Wood Lake, resulting in 
the entire route and di.-'persion of the 
hostile Sioux beyond the limits of this 
State, and putting a complete end for the 
tune beirtg to Indian hostilities in this 
State. 'Ihese results were accomplished 
wholly by the State troops commanded 
by Col. Sibley under the direction of the 
State Executive, and Gen. Pope had no 
more to do with them than with the 
motions of the planetary system. 

The entire campaign, which was by far 
the most energetic, successful and deci- 
sive of the Sicux war, and which in six 
Weeks from the lime of the outbreak in 
August, 1SG2, bad driven every hostile 
Indian out of the State, was planned and 
directed solely by the State authorities, 
and it was virtually concluded when Gen. 
Pope arrived at St. Paul. 

The eagerness of G«n. Pope to appro- 
priate tte credit of these achievements in 
which be bad no share is, perhaps, not 
surprising when we reflect how egre- 
giously barren of results were the subse- 
quent operations under bis own direction ; 
but it is a sad commentary upon bis mili- 
tary administration that he is compelled 
to eke out his plentiful lack of honors by 
borrowing the laurels of our raw State 
militia. 

The rest of the story of his exploits is 
bat little less fabulous. The defeats in- 
flicted by Generals Sibley and SuUey in 
1863, and by the latter in 1864, upon the 
Indians, are the veriest figments of the 
imagination. Not a hundred, probably 
not fifty Indiana, were killed in all their 
three campaign-). Air.ong the exploits 
put to Gen. Pope's credit is the follow- 
ing: 

Little Crow, the Sioux leader, was captured 
and killed. 

Little Crow was killed not by Gen. 
Pope's troops but by citizens of Minneso 
ta, while he was prowling through our 
interior settlements — and so far from the 
circumstance reflecting any credit upon 
Gen. Pop-,', ic only shows bow poorly he 
had provided for keeping the Indians out 
of our settlements. 

The statement that qmtragej and mur- 
ders ascribed to Indians have been com- 
mitted by white men in the Big Woods, 
is new to ns. We do not hesitate to 
chara';ter zo it as totally untrue. 

We beg leave to refer our readers to 
the concluding paragraphs of this Cincin- 
nati efTjsion as an indication of the views 
which control the miiitary policy of Gen. 
Pope in this State. Suggestions at once 
so atrocious and insul iug to the people 
of Minnesota need no other reply than 
thei- own diabolical e.vt'avagance. 






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VOLUME V. 



Sj^IISIT I>A.UL, 8A.TTJRD^Y. M^Y 27, 1865. 



N^JM:]BER 121. 



FROM FORT WADSWORTH. 



The Blue Carlh County ITIiir- 
dercrs Killed. 



Dispatc'ies from Port Wadsworth to 
Gen. Sibley dated the 16th, state that on 
the previous day four of the Indians who 
were engaged in the Blue Karth murders 
had been killed. Two Stars and four 
other scouts were coming to the Fort 
from Hams' Nest and Big Hills, about 
five miles the other side of the Nest they 
came upon five Indians who proved to be 
the Blue Earth county murderers. Three 
were instantly killed, one captured and 
the fifth pursued about two miles when 
he abandoned bis horse and swam into 
a lake. He made good his escape but 
carried only bis breech clout and mocca- 
sins. 

Tli« prisoner was interrogated, and 
said that, they at first only intended to go 
as far as Bed Wood, but at Two Wooil? 
Campbell persuaded five to accompany 
him to the Winnebago Reservation, where 
they committed the murders. They were 
ut ore time furrounded, but escaped in 
the night. He thought no other parties 
had come down. As the scouts had or- 
ders to bring in no prisoners, they very 
obeciently killed the fellow after his con- 
fession. 

They had considerable clothing and 
some silver spoons with them. One of 
the Indians seeing that he was about to be 
shot, ende:ivored to come the usual 
dodge and shouted that he was a good 
Indian and member of the church. For 
fear that he might backslide they shut 
him with more rapidity than they perhaps 
otherwise would. 

It-wan-ya-ke, one of the scouts, was 
badly injured ^y the bursting of bis gun, 
which tore afTtwo of his fingers. 

Major Rose is quite confident that this 
is the only party that has passed down. 

A private letter from that post, which 
was handed us yesterday, says that all 
of the^e scouts who so summarily di^ 
posed of the murderers were full blooded 
Sisscton Sioux who surrendered last win- 
ter. This shows both their faithfulness 
and their bitter feeling towards the 
hostile. This writer agrees with Major 
Rose that this party is the only one which 
has come down, and states some strong 
points which tend to confirm the correct- 
ness of his view. 



A Wasiii.vgton special to the New 
York Herald says that "John Jay Knox, 
the popular disbursing officer of the 
Treasury Department has accepted the 
cashiership of tho Exchange National 
Bank, recently organized at Norfolk, 
Va , wiih a capital of $260,000, and a 
desir^nated government depositary and 
financial agent of the government." 



Second Likct. Josias E. West has 
been appointed Captain of Co. I, Sev- 
enth regiment. 



Pkkntice thinks that Jeff. Davis was 
confined remarkably soon after be became 
a woman. 



Postponement. — Mr. Perkins desires 
us to say that his proposed concert 
postponed till further notice. 



IS 



PAYI.fC.' THE XATIO:V>4I. DEBT. 

A writer in the New Vo.-k Herald pro- 
poses the following plan for paying the 
national debt : 

Suppose the debt be all sold — three thou- 
sand million'*. And suppose that one liua- 
dred and titty thousand persons contribute 
each to this otyect twenty thousand dollars. 
This will make in the aiTjjrcfiatc a sum suffi- 
cient to pay the cniire debt. Now, in order to 
accomplish this.it niu.st Ije t>hown that the par- 
ties conlributinfi arc to make largely, or they 
will not part wiili their money. 

Fiiyinft tlie debt mu'st l»e on the life insu- 
rance principle, parties contriltutin-^to receive 
yearly divitends while living and tbeir estates 
to be free irom liabiliiy lo tlie CJovemment at 
death. This can t)e done only by an annual 
saving — saving from taxation in price of all 
articles of consumption, saving from taxa- 
tion on piopcrty and from taxation on in- 
come. 

We will suppose that each person contrib- 
ntin;; the sum of twenty thousand dollars 
contributes his actual income for that year, 
the interest uf which, at sevon per cent., is 
is one thousand four hundred dollars, and bv 
payiuKthe twenty thousand he saves on his 
income alone two thousand dollars each \ ear. 
and in i>rice of articles conitumed in the fam- 
ily, one thousand dollars, making a saving in 
these two items alone of three thousand dot 
lars; taking therefrom the interest <<n the 
twenty thousand — tourteen hundred dollars — 
and you have an actual saving of sixteen 
hundred dollars annually, which, if cuni- 
{wunUed, wiil pay the principal in less than 
fourteen years. Ilere is not only a safe in- 
vestment', but a splendid speculation. What 
a spectacle for a countrv to carry on awar for 
four years, in magnitude such as the world 
never s w, make money by the war, and make 
money by paying the debt. 

It ia reported in our telegrams this 

morning, that this proposition has been 

responded to by Commodore Vanderbdt 

taking twenty shares of twenty thousand 

dollars each, equivalent to a subscription 

of $400,000 ; Robert Bonner two, and 

•omeb^dy e'se two shares. It would 

only require seven thousand five hundred 

subscriptions etjual to that of Yander- 

bilt, to pay off the national debt ; and tha 

Herald writer shows that persons with 

large incomes over would actually make 

money oat of tbe traosaction. 



Descriptive L.lst9. 

Col. Averill has received the following 
descriptive lists from tbe Savannah hos- 
pitals. The soldiers therein described are 
probably on furlough somewhere in the 
Srate, and the receipt of these lists will 
enatle them to receive their muster out 
papers : 

Sergeant Herman O. Case, Co. A- 
Privaic John Lowell, Co. B. 
Private Benjamin Uussel. 
Corporal Frank .Mudland, Co. E. 
Private Millard Thayer, Co. E. 
Private John Johnson, Co. E. 
Private Knudson Everson, Co. B. 
Private Andrew Oleson, Co. E. 
Private John Gurley, Co. D. 
Private .Stephen K. Childs, Co. B. 
Private Halleck Sivcrson, Co. H. 
Private John Ivuchen, Co. H. 

Fortress Monrob, May 25. 
Gov. Pierpor.t, accompanied by a party 
of Udies and gentlemen, arrived from 
Washington this afternoon on the steamer 
Diamond, en route to Richmond. The 
(jovernor and party landed at this place 
and spent a few moments viewing tbe 
fortress and the various curiosities, and 
l<^ft at 5 o'clock for Richmcnd. to estab- 
lish his seat of Government. 



The *3U JLoAH. 

Philadelphia, May 2C. 
Jav Cooke reports the subscription to 
the 7-30 loan to-day at $2,207,350. 
Tbe largest Western subscriptions were 
$200,000 from G. F. Hulz, chajhier at 
St. Louis, and $165,000 for the Third Na- 
tional Bank, i he largest Eastern sub 
scriptions were $250,000 from the Na- 
tional Ba.ik cf the Republic, at Boston, 
$200,000 from the First National Bank 
of Philadelphia. The First National 
Bank of Lexiegton, Ky., subscribed for 
.$^0,000. The number of individual sub- 
scriptions were 1,544. 



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FROin IVASHINCtTOIV. 



X«V7 Area* HeadpravB jlcqnittvd. 

New York, May 26. 

Tbe trial of Isaac Henderson, late 
navy agent, was abandoned this forenoon 
for want of evidence to sustain the charg- 
es. The District Attorney desired to 
ent<^r a nolle prosequi. This could not 
be done. Judge Nelson then stated the 
position of the ca^e, and the jury without 
leaving their seats brought in a verdict of 
not guilty. 

A Billiard Hasch. 

Philadelphia, May 26. 
I'he billiard tournament closed here 
last evening. The first prize, a gold 
mounted cue, was won by Wm. Martin ; 
the second prize, a silver mounted cue, 
was won bv J. C. Stuart. 



THE ASSASSINATION TKI.AL. 

WAiiHtNOToy, May i6. 

Tbe Court room was to day again 
crowded with spectators of both sexes, a 
part being unable to find a seat. The 
main attraction is tbe appearance of the 
prisoners. 

After the the immense mass of evidence 
taken yesterday had been read, Rev. 
Father Lanhin and the Rev. Father 
Young, pastors of the Catholic church, 
testified that Mrs. Surratt has always 
b« en a highly christian character. These 
witnesses had never heard her express ei- 
ther loyal or di>loyal sentiments. 

Mr. Mudsby, brother-in-law of 
O'Laughlin, testified that the accused was 
engaged in the prodcce business with his 
own brother in Washington, and that 
O'Laughlin and Booth were schoolfel- 
lows and had been intimate for twelve 
years. Counsel for O'Laughiin sought 
to prove that O'Laughlin made no flight 
or evasion but was willing to surfender 
tiimself to tbe officers of the law. 

Several other witnesses were proiluced 
by the Government to show the bad treat- 
ment of our soldiers in the prisons at 
Richmond and Andersonville. The de- 
fense called two or three additional wit- 
nesses to dl-icredit the testimony of other 
witnesses relative to Mudd. At tbe 
opening of the Court Mr. Aiken, counsel 
for Mrs. Surratt asked for tbe recall of 
witness Van Strinaser, as he thought his 
testimony could be contradicted The 
Judge Advocate Holt said as the witness 
had been discharged withoit objections, 
be could not recall him for the prosecu- 
tion. B. F. Gwin. examined by Mr. 
.Aiken, identified a letter written by Mrs. 
Surratt to Mr. Nothrier on the 14th of 
April last, concerning selling a piece of 
land, and threatening to bring a suit. 

Rev. Father Lanaban testilied to Mrs. 
Surratt being a good christian woman, 
but knew nothing of her sentiments of 
loyalty. Rev. Father Young gave similar 
testimony. G. H. Calvert identified a 
letter written by him to Mrs. Surratt, 
dated April 28rh, notifying her that Mr. 
Hothier was willing to settle with her and 
urging tbe settlement of his, Mr. Calvert's 
claim of his late father's, not however, 
unpleasant. The witness was at Surratts- 
ville April 14th. Mr. Holt testified that 
he was acqiainted with Mrs. Surra t, and 
had never heard her express either loyal 
or disloyal sentiments ; knew John H. 
Surratt by sight ; saw bim in this city the 
latter part of February or Ist of March. 
He is tall, of rather light complexion, 
delicate looking, between twenty and 
twenty-three years of age, about six feet 
high. My impression is he did not wear 
a goatee or moustache. In cross exam- 
ination he testified he did not know 
positive y whether he was over five feet 
nine inches in height. 

R. H. Mandsby testified he was a resi- 
dent of Baltimore and a brother in-law of 
O'Laughlin ; he came from the South in 
August 1862. He was with his brother 
in the produce and grocery business in 
Washington till the fall of 18G3. His 
brother then removed from Washington, 
leaving Michael in charge of business 
there to the 14th of March this year. 
Michael had the collection and receiving 
of orders from customers. The goods 
being supplied from Baltimore. He was 
here off and on from time his brother 
gave up business till the 14th of April. 
Witness knew Booth intimately. Mrs. 
Booth owns property opposite my house. 
Michael and William were f cboolmates of 
Booth. Mi^'btel's intimacy with him has 
been for about twelve years From the 
18th of March until he came to Wa.shing- 
ton, on the 14th of April, Michael was 
with me. Am positive he was at home 
from 1st of April to 13th. 

Q. is'tate the circumstances of the snr- 
render or arrest of himself. 

A. He arrived home after the assassin- 
ation, on Saturday evening. I saw him 
about 7 o'clock. The ofli era bad then 
been i'l tbe house ia search of him. I 
informed him of the fact. He t jld me — 
Mr. Bingham — You need not state 
what he said to you. Declarations of the 
prisoners cannot be adduced in tbe de- 
fense. 

Mr. Cox stated that evidence bad 
been adduced by the prosecution to prove 
rhe prisoner was fleeing from arrest, and 
It was legitimate to meet that on the part 
of the deleise by showing that he volun- 
tarily surrendered b msselt. 

•Judge Hch remarked thit the witness 
was cautioned not to repeat declarations 
of piiioners; he might state the facts 
relative to the arrest. 

Q. Did the prisoner protest his inno- 
cence? 

This was objected to by Mr. Bingham 
and the oljectijn was sustained by the 
court. 

Q. State whether or not the defendant 
authorized you to procure an officer to 
take him into custody. 
A. He did. 

Mr. Bingham. I object to that, but as 
witness answered let it go. 

Witness always regarded 0'f.ianghlin 
as very amiable ; did not remember hav- 
ing seen him in a passion ; on political 
questions he had r'^ver been violent ; nev- 
er heard him express an opinion on the 
issues of the day except in a moderate 
manner. 

After recess Mansby gave an account 
of the surrender of »'Laughlin to officers, 
An attempt was made by the defense to 
introduce evidence to ehow that he was a 
man of pleasing address and likely to in- 
fluence young men with whom be asso- 
ciated, but the court refused to allow it. 
Henry Finnis testified he was in Mon- 
treal in February and knew Sanders, 
Cleary and others of that circle by sight. 
Saw them at bt. Lawrence Hall and va- 
rious public places. Did not see Jacob 
Thompson or Beverly Tucker. On the 
evening of the 14th or 15th, heard Cleary 
say to Sanders ** I suppose th^y are get- 
ting ready for the inauguration of Lincoln 
next month." Sanders said " yes, but if 
the ooys only have luck Lincoln will not 
trouble them much longer." Cleary said 
" Is everything well.^" Sanders replied, 
" Oh yes, Booth is bossing tbe job." 

Witness considered it at the time a 
piece of bragadocia ; he communicated ir, 
to the Government a few days ago; did 
n't know Jehn Surratt 

Chas. Dawson identified the card sent 
to President Johnson on tbe 14th of April, 
as the signature of Booth. 



Kirbr Ssiitb'a la*«Btl«a»^ltortH«rM 
Mob laipllcatcd with Traltars— J^rflT. 
0«vU Xadictcd f«r Trraava— Ctlil- 
cal C«aditl»B of frvderick Soward 
— Harreader of <b« RaMi •••acwail. 

WASHi.NOTOW.May '26. 

ISpecialto J?«raW]— Information has 
been received here that Kirby Smith in- 
tends marching his army across the Rio 
Grande and tendering its services to 
Maximillian. This movement will be pro- 
vented. 

It is said discoveries have been made 
on examining the captured rebel docu- 
ments implicating prominent Northern 
men whose loyalty heretofore has not been 
questioned. 

The Grand Jury of this District has 
found a true bill of indictment for treason 
against Jefferson Davis, the chief of the 
late rebellion. He willfbe brought here 
and put upon his trial as soon as the at- 
tendance of thft witnesses for the prose- 
cution can be procured. 

Washington, Mar 25. 

[^Special to Tribune.] — All the cavalry 
of the Western Departments are to be 
mustered immediately at Cairo for active 
Texan service. 

Frederick Seward has had another hem- 
orroge which has excited renewed anxiety 
in his case. 

Wasiiinoto.h, May 25. 

The following semi-ofbcial statement 
is made in connection with the recent an- 
nouncement of tbe fact that the insurgent 
ram Stonewall has unconditionally sur- 
reniiered to the Siianish authonies at 
Havana. The conduct of those authori- 
ties upon the occasion was judicious, dig- 
nified and in entire conformity with ami- 
ty toward the United >tates. Any mo- 
mentary distrust which may have been 
entertained as to the decision of the Cap- 
tain General of Cuba, in the matter, has 
thus been disposed of satisfactorily. 

The following uamed General officers 
have resigned their commissions in the 
volunteer service : — Msj. Generals Burn- 
side, Carl Schurz, Franz Sigel, A. L. 
Lee, and Brig Gen. Baum. 

New Yoke, May 26. 

The Herald's Washington special says 
the Grand Jury for the District of Colum- 
bia yesterday found three bills of indict- 
ment against Jeff Davis and John C, 
Breckinridge. Bill will be presented in 
the criminal court to-day. The offenses 
charged are aiding and abetting hostilities 
in this District la.*t summer. 

Tbe capture of Breckenridge is confi- 
dently anticipated by the authorities. 
Information of his whereabouts bad been 
received and an effective search has been 
organized. 

Gen. Sherman expects to leave for the 
West in a few days. He will lead his 
soldiers to their homes. He retains, 
through Gen. Grant, command of the de- 
partment of the Mississippi, and will at 
once resume his duties until the civil au- 
thority has been restored. 

Fred Seward has somewhat recovered 
from bis relapse. 



Lieut. Sedgwick, of the d4'b Indiana, 
captured. Slaughter's official report 
magnifies our force, and claims a big 
victory. He admits a loss of forty killed. 
Cotton at New Orleans la worth forty 
cents per lb. 

FBOin RICHMOND. 

•MldaB Captarod— J^*ff. Davla aiMeth 
Aloar. 

New York, May 26. 

Tbe HerdlSs Richmond correspondent 
says Sedden ex-rebel Secretary of War 
has been arrested and imprisoned on a 
gunboat in the James with Hunter and 
Campbell. It was believed Lee would 
also soon be in custody and that Gov. 
Smith, now a fugitive, would be captured. 

Davis sits alone in his cell save the two 
guards, who are not admitted to address 
him on any subject whatever, and it is 
understood he will be given no lights. 
Washington, May 26. 

The special to the Pott says Governor 
Pierepoint arrived in Richmond yesterday 
and assumed executive control of the 
State. A general election was also held 
throughout Virginia yesterday. 

New YoiiK, May 26. 

A recent letter from Lynchburg says 
we are cut off from evety section of the 
world, and it is impossible to hear from 
friends. Those on the Virgiania and 
Tennessee railroad go to Liberty. Twen- 
ty miles of the South-side is in operation 
between here and the Junction. The 
chief damage to roads is the destruction 
of bridges, but this is fast being repaired 
by tbe companies. 

The Virginian newspaper has resumed 
publication, price 10 cents per copy. 

The Republican has not yet resumed. 

A terrible rain storm occurred at Rich- 
mond last Sunday. A portion of the 
city wascompletely inundated. It was 
rumored that a number of persons were 
drowned. The damage by the flood to 
property is said to be incalculable. 
Thousands of sheep, cattle, horses &c 
were drowned. The injury to the Cen- 
tral railroad is thought to be heavy, 
though as yet, we have heard of no par- 
ticular damage to it. 

Advice* froai Dlviico. 

New York, May 26. 
Advices from Matamoras, Mexico, to 
tbe 4th, say the Imperialists still bold 
that place. It is believed the Republi- 
I ans under Negrate are withdrawing. 
Monterey and Camargo are in possession 
of tbe Republicans. 



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iniJSTERINO OUT. 



Aa Wrdrr n«il«siv«i *• tbe I>Ucharg« 
of Troop* froBi tho SorTlce, 

New York, May 26. 
The following is a synopsis of an im- 
poitant order just issued from the War 
Department relative to the mustering out 
and discharge of volunteers. The sever- 
al divisions of tbe various army corps 
will be kept in last, and Commanding 
Generals imtaediatly on receipt of orders 
directing any portion of said forces to be 
musttred out will order the same, if not 
already there, to one of the following 
rendezvous : 

1st. Troops of the middle military dis- 
trict, and of other armies or department 
acting therein, will rendezvous in the de- 
fenses of Washington, 1). C, Harper's 
Ferry, and Cumbeiland, Maryland. 

2d. Those of the military division of 
the .Tames, at Richmond and Old Point 
Comfort, Virginia. 

3d. Those of the department of North 
Carolina will assemble at Ncwbern and 
Wilmington. 

4th. Those of tbe department of tbe 
South, at Charleston and Savannah. 

5th. The miiitary division west of the 
Mississippi, at Mobile, New Orleans and 
Vickshurg. 

Gfh. The military division of Missouri, 
at Little Kock, St. Louis, and Fort Leav- 
enworth, Kansas 

7th. The department of the Cumbei- 
land, at Nashville, Knoxville and Mem- 
phis, Tennessee. 

8th. The department of Kentucky, at 
Louisville. 

'J. The middltt department, at Balti- 
more. 

Orders will be given from the Adjutant 
General's olfice relative to troops serving 
in departments of EaetTennessee,North- 
west New Mexico, and the Pacific, as 
the lime for the dischar^^e of such troops 
approaches. In case of one or more regi- 
ments of a division being mustered out, 
the division remaining in the field, the 
regiment or regiments will be mustered 
out where found serving at tbe time, and 
then sent to their Eeveral States. The 
Adjutant General of the army will desig- 
nate the places and rendezvous in the 
State to which regiments after being mus- 
tered out will be forwarded for payment. 
l-vi-iy r iMier t will be forwarded to its 
otate ar.il rcodezvous as soon as the 
rolls are complete, carrying with them 
their arms, colors and necessary equip- 
ments. On the arrival of the regiments 
in their respective States for payment, 
supplies will be i.ssued by the respective 
supply departments on requisition and re- 
turns countersigned by the chief muster- 
ing officer orbit) assistant. 



•abacrlpiloasto tho V-30 JLoaa. 

Philadelphia, May 25. 
The subscription to day to the 7-30 
loan, as telegraphed Jay Cooke, amount- 
ed to $2,137,000. The largest subscrip- 
tions were : 

339,600 from the Ist National Bank, N. Y. 
300,000 " " " " " Philada. 

:»8,.550 " Fisk & Hatch of New York. 

60,000 " " 1st National Bank,Cleveland. 
60,000 " " Exchange Bank, Pittsburg. 

The subscriptions include $5, jOO from 
tbe First National Bank cf Richmond, 
and $2,000 from Phelps Bro's.. St. Johns, 
N. B. Individual subscriptions number- 
ed 1,497. 



Oov. Carilo Sot* a Good Procodrn*. 

Uaurihhi'rou, May 26. 
Gov. Curtin has decided before the 
Pennsylvania troops are mustered out to 
to fill np vacancies in all companies and 
regimential organizations, by regular 
promotions. He is now ia Washington 
personally attending to this duty, exam- 
ining the claims of those within the line 
of promotion. By this arrangement 
many brave men who were debairedfrom 
promotion by the rigid enforcement of 
the order insisting on the maximum num- 
ber in commands^will receive honors, and 
be mustered out with the commission 
which they havi fairly earned. 



We are now well stocked with Gloves, Hosiery, 
Suvpenders, 1 ies, Buttons, Threads Shawls and 
Notions of all kinds, which we are gelliDg very 
low. Come In and see. 

FAISCHILDk CO., 

n.ar-At Aactioncom and Merc^wnts. 

a ucvionv aAXiKS, 

on next Tuesday, May 30th, at 10 o'clock, 
FAlKCHir.n & Co. gel 

FXJ«.1VITXJKE 

and alarrre amount of 

Second. Haixd Clot hi "^, 

for men, women, andctUidren, m'"':> vt' i'. n'arl; 
new ani tint m27-lt 

TAA^f A.CBO CIOOUS 

AT AXJCTIOIV. 

on WEIISKSDAY MOKMSa NEXT, 31ST INST. 

VAKRCHIIiD Ot CO., Auctioneers, 
(Oil a lot of damaged Dress Goods, ShawU, and 
ClothlDK. 

Amonjt the Dresa Goods are soms very flne 
Lustres. Mohtirs, and C elainea, that are bat lit- 
tle damaged. 

Sain at our store room* In Rojjers' BlocV, Thfrd 
street, fct. l:'aul,onc sqiare above tho hrlAgf. 

mv;r 3t FAIUCdII.U & CJ, 

mo covivvnir jmcbcuabtm. 

We have "5 pieces of Satinet. 
20 pifceg Cassimeres, 
12 pii^ces Docskics Aid Cloths, 

50 dozen Shawl8, 
50 dozen r birts and Drawers, 
25 pieces Nainsooks, Muslins and LawnR, 
which wp oHer to tbe trade for much less than 
regular figures. Cbll in on 

FAIKCHIL.!) & CO., 
Audi inoers and Merchants, 
R'gcr!*' Stone Block, Ihird street, St. Paul, one 
square atiore the bridge, m:i7'0t 

BOO l^tkbor-evH and 



Track Layers Wanted, 

To work on the Minnesota Central Railway. 

Apply to Wm. Blair on the track, or to S. J.- 
Wing, Mendota, or at the office of the Company 
In Minnea;oIit, 

Minneapolis, May 20, 1805. m27-lw 

(( CiXRAIVeKIIII VXSXV mtSiMM 
B AI»OI.I(»." 

Cver $11X1,0(10 will t>e invented in Mills, Machin- 
pry, and tstoro Buildings in ttiis place during the 
preieoi summer. '1 he work fbcps ol the Hinae- 
Hota realni Railroad Corapaoy, together with 
lievpral Urge macbiue »h<>pM and foundrli-s are 
located hfre, giviag employment to quite a num- 
bar uf workmen. 

To porions such a home in this growing town 
with ciurchej, schools, t>cautiful drives and tbe 
ftneit MJtural scenery ia ihe west, we offer dw^l• 
lln»ho>i§.'8 at $800, $900, $1,000, 1 1 20n, $I,.150, 
$1 60 , $ ,t'50, $'.:,10(), $< fiOO, aud irom $3 000 to 
#10 0<iJ, anil upwards, hav ug several splecdld 
dweilinfiH of woo J and briok with handsome 
grouuda attached. Also lots irom $100 to $S,0tX), 
McFABLANK, BIJKD & CO., 

DealeiB in Beal Estate. 

» inneapolie. May 2fi, 1805. m27-tf 

Purely Mutual Life Insurance. 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

Home Office 112&114 Broadway, N. Y. 
ASSETS, ^^,000,000. 

(SKCUBELY INVKST2D.) 



It jii A. jy 

The Advertisements in this Paper 
Appearing Under the Following 
Heads: 

" ReiUtanco at an End." 

"Bally the System." 

" J^yon'd KathJiron." 

" Mexican Mui tang Liniment." 

" Greentaois ire G>>od." 

' Cherokee PUl'." 

" Bagtn'a Magnolia Balm." 

" Relief in Ten Minute*." 

" Cedar Camphsr.' 

FJB FCBTVBR PAIITICULARS IRQUIKK OF 

Vawter & Hose, Druggists, 

m26-3t No. Ill Third Street. 



HOSEIVFIELD 
& Oo., 

B A. IV I£ X2 R S , 

No. 8, Broad Street, Ne-w^ York. 



Wc draw at Right, and at sixty days, on L*if> 
DOS, l'ARis,Fi<AMK FORT, and all other principal 
citlep of Europn. 

fartips opening current accounts, m'<y depocit 
and draw at their cu ivenicnc?, ibe same as wita 
tho CiTT Banks, and w U be allowed interest on 
all baUnces over 0» K Tiiouhan^i Djli.aes, at 
the rale of four per rent, per asntim. Orders for 
the purcha>e or sale of var.ous isi-ues of Govern 
ment and othor Sto<ks, Bonds, and Gold, t'xecu- 
ted on Commission. m20-3iDO8-eod 

FoilTsALE^ 



WOOD, LliE, AND BRICK. 



MONETAHT 



I By Talegraf H. | 
If«w Tork Money Msrk.t, 

Wkw York, May 20—1 :30 p. x. 

Gold ha.' taken a «h''rp downward turn. The 
demand for export to-day is le.-^s active, and owing 
to the withdrawal of orders for cousiderublc 
amounts fors lipmontihoprico is decidedly weak. 
rUere are indicitiuns that t!ie rise of the last few 
diys is very much tbe rccult ol n feigned export 
movement, incited for (-peculative purpoeeH cut 
side of the gold room. It now appi-ars probible 
that the rhipments for the week will not exceed 
t:,!,000,ut0 after exporting last night. 1 lie price 
this foienoou opened at l>Kibut lias receded 
to 13C. 



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SECOXD DISPATCn. 

WKW VoEK, May •.;*— 7 P 

Money easy at per cent. 

bterling WJ^iS^lO. 

(iold irregular and unsettled, opening at 1S8, 
advancing to 138^4', declining to 135*^ and tloniug 
at y-UiU . 

Government stocks firm without decided 
change. 

I lit>tock» dull and heavy ; R. 1 . 9.3,'i ; N. W. 55'.^ : 
C. t I'.cu; N.c. S'j;,; Erie 71.'»; Hudson »»« ; 
Ft. W.U3V; Virginia 6'g 58 ; Tieasury 7 :.30s, sec- 
ond series, 90',i ; iv) :40 coupons ttUX ; 5 : Ai ooui>ons 
lOi'.i ; new istue W-iSi . 



This is one of the OLtF.ST, safkst, and mcst 
SUCCESSFUL Lif' Insurance Companies in the 
lin ted Slat-^B and offnrs advantages not exrel'fd, 
and, iu some respert'i, i«<t eq ai.i.ki), by any 
oihfr. It ha' paia to widows ani orphans of the 
assured over I WO MILL! M DOLLARS. Its 
Trustees iu New York City are ol the very first 
and mo'tt reliable nani^s. 

it 18 strictly muti:al,thr. policy hold- 
kBs receiving the entike profits. 

aeg' Special care in the selection of its risks, — 
strict pcouomv, — and a faf." and Judicious invest- 
ment of its funJ, emphatically chaiacterize the 
uanagemen of this Company. ..*» 

Premium" received Quarterly, .^emi-Anniia!^, 
or Annually, at ihn option of the afured. Pofi- 
cics Iksu d in all tho vj>rious forms of Whole Life, 
Short I'erm, Endowment, Annuity, fro. 

DIVIDENDS DliCLARED ANNUALLY. 

(Ifor 18G5, 50 Per Cent.) 

The mortality among its members his bfen 
projiortu'VfUely lets liun that of an other Life 
ludurauce Ooiupauy in Am^riC! — a result conse- 
quent on a most careful and judi'jiouj selection 
oflives.and onoof gr<^at importencc to policy 
holders. 

It oilers to the assuri>d the moat ahundnnt secu 
ritti in a largt accitmul-ited fund, amounting 
now to 

Four Million Dollars. 

It accommodates its members In the settl'^ment 
of their premiums, by receiving a note for a part 
of tiie am-junt when d -ir-rt- thus furnishinfE 
Insurance for ntarly doithle the nmnunt lorabou 
till sA»K CASH paVmknt, as is required in an 
'• all ca»h Company." 

Ihe New Kcnture in LITp As*nr u;e, recently 
introduced bv this CjTpxny of issuing 

IJfe Policies mot SubJ'Ct to Forfeiture, 
is regarded with universal tavor, aad annihilates 
thn only argument of any weight which can pos- 
sibK b>3 brought auainst the pys-.om of Ltfe Insu- 
rance. M.iRRfS Fll\NKLIN, President. 
WM- H. 8KKR.S, Actuary. 
THKO. M. HAN TA Cashier. 
BDWARD HOOAN,Gen. Agent for Minnesota, 
r KFir«, 199 i luuD S.T., St. Paul. 
T. R. I'OTTS, Medical Examiner. m27-lm 



FBfSSH LIIIE erery week. 

BBICK Inqnantitles to tult. 

1900 cords BfAPLEWOOD. 
Delivered, piled, tad measured at the hcnse In 
quantities desired. 
Constantly for sale at tbe Upper Levee. 
ma:t) ANDKKW FOOS. 



DKS80LI7TC4IIV OF PARTKKM. 
SUIP.— The ))artnership h< retofore exist- 
ing betwp«n the unlersiined by the name of De 
Graw ft Judd, is this day dissolved by mutaal 
consent. All claim > due the said firm are to br 
paid to the urderi Igned Joha De Graw, who 
will seitle the busii ess. 
Dated May :::<, itKS. JOHN Dk GRAW, 

F. E. JUDD. 



ClOtK EmBllSHMENT. 

Ia [addlUoa to oar larfe feaeral itock of 

Ojn. Y o o o r> s 

we liava fitt«d np an >ztensiv« 

ClOMMKDiSHAWl ROOM 

I Swhere always oanibe found m 

[FULL ASSORTMENT 

or J 

S A C Ct TJ E S, 
C I JR c rj»L ^ R, s , 

BA.SQUETI1VES, 

Also a full aaaortmeat of 

IMUseies* and Olitldren'is 
BXJGLE 0«.T^AM:12TTS 

And a fbU line of 

SUMMER SHAWX.S, 

Which w« are prepared to sell at as 

LOW PRICES 

a« they ean be purchase 1 1n tlili city. 

Ghive us a Oall, 
E L FE LT»». 

May 2, 1M2. Ii(p-a2-2in 



7-30. 



7-30. 



X^amber. — Tbe lumber business will be con- 
titiued at the n<!w yi d on 7th street, two bloi^ks 
west ot tbe Internatiora , by the underslftned, 
who will keep a lull supply of building luint>er, 
sash, doors, moold ngs, Itth shingles, lencing 
and fence posts alw ays on hand. 

Thankful for past favors, he hopes to mf'rltand 
receive au increase ui patronage in the future. 

m253t JOUN DK QRAW. 



P^iT<si.i»iim{?v 

and FOBS of Engllsl men wisMng to form a " fit. 
George's Society" n ^jt. Paul, are notlfled to 
attend a meeting tc b.3 held next Monday even- 
lag at 8 o'clock, for that purpose. 

ALFRED MOORE. 

EXCELSIOR HOUSE, 

AT 
X73coel«i<»ir. SCtnnesota. 



IMMIENSE SAUCES 

or THt oreat] 

U. S. 7-30 LOAN 

at the 

FiirstIVa.tiona.1 Oank, 

SAINTX PA.TJIL.. 



On the south btuk of Lake Minnetonka, bo 
noted for Its abuni^anoe of lish, game, and beau- 
tiful scenery. 

GKORGiii OALPINT, tbe proprietor, takes 
plfamre in annoiincing to bis numerous friends 
and the public ge:ierally,th»t be has made an 
arrangement with W. B Williams to run a good 
spring Hack betwesn St Anthony. Mianeapolis, 
and I'xcelslor, to wit: Leave the depot in St. 
Anthony on the irrival of the morning train 
from at. Paul, and the Nicollet House, Minne- 
apolis, o'clock a.m., on Monday, Wednesday, 
and Friday, arrivlig at the Excelsior House for 
dinner at 1 o'clock, p.m. Leave Excelsior House 
on Tuesday, T^lursl«y, and Saturday at 8 o'clock 
A. M., and arrive a ; the Nicollet House at 12 M. 

Piearare s<>ekers and invalids will find at the 
Excelsior House cill and row boats, flsbing tac- 
kle, ftc, for their comfort and free use ; also pure 
air, being free from dust, where tbey may enjoy 
a QUIET Avu Hai rr Home. m2S-lw 

FOIt, eUFERIOK. 



THE 'rEX4N REBELS. 



rniRD DisPA Ten. ,. . 

New Yoke, May 26, 
Gold 133<li. 

New YoKK.May so— Or. m. 
Gold tonight 130 ;^ 



milwaukvc 1I1«M»7 IdMrket. 

MiLWAUREE, May 20—2 P. M. 
Gold buying 13'.!<il3L 



COMMERCIAL. 



Gald aad Sllwr Di*c«veri«n la Paaa- 

■.vli-amia. 

CoopERSTOwN, Venango Co., Pa., May 26. 

Mr. Lamberton, while digging a cellar, 
discovered rock containing silver or lead, 
and a white sand rock supposed bj all 
that have examined it to contain gold. 



▲rrival of Htcaaiern. 

New York, May 26. 
The gunboat Matapossett and United 
Sttt^ies steamers Wyndot, Commodore 
Hull, Gov. Buukingbam. and Tacony ar» 
rived here to-day. ^ ; 



▲neBspted Assasaiaasioa— Fatal AccI* 
d«B<. 

New York, May 26. 

An attempt was made a few nights ago 
to assassinate Gen. Duval, commanding 
U. S. forces at Staunton, Va. The Gen- 
eral escaped injury. 

On Sunday night last a bridge over a 
stream near Petersburg gave way precip- 
itating a train into the chasm. Two inon 
were killed, four are missing aod lour 
injared. 



Paylav <■*• 



Sad I 



IVatlaaal Dobt by 
vldaal Sabacrlptlai. ■. 

New York, May 26. 
The Herald''s proposition to pay off 
our national debts by individual sub- 
scriptions, has been responded to by 
Commodore Vanderbilt taking twenty- 
five shares, Robert Bonner two, Henry 
A. Heirses Sons two. These sbarae are 
twenty tboaiaad dcilan each. 



IVrroliatioaa with Klrb^ •laith Kad- 
«d without K«*al(— Th« Rvbol Udl- 
c«r* Drataad B«tt«tr Teraas — A. Flrht 
with MvbvU in Tvxaa. 

New Orleans, May 21, via Cairo 26. 

The Pickayune has reliable information 
from t!; ^ Trans- Mississippi Department 
thiit i"tl. : Prague's conference with Kir- 
by S xi it !i rf suited in nothing of conse- 
<j lei le in want of harmony in rebel coun- 
M.1. Smith was disposed to surrender 
i>uc the Missouri Generals, Parren and 
Shelby demanded an amnesty for general 
officers not offered ia the President's 
proclamation. Sprague returned accom- 
panied by a Mtsisouri (Jolonel^ who goes 
to Washington with him to confer with 
aut.Qorities there. If Generals are not 
included in the amnesty they propse join- 
ing Maximillian. 

Thj troops are deserting in great num- 
numbere and going home. Tbe people 
generally are despondent. Cotton can 
be bought very low for gold. Several 
boats ar« loaded ready to come out of 
the Red river as soon aa permitted. 

Another Hag of truce boat is expected 
down on the 24th. 

'1 he country is overflowed from Alex- 
andria to the mouth of Red river. 

Tbe steamrbip Clinton from Brazos, 
16t.h, brings information of a fight at 
Boco del Chico Pass, b tween the United 
States forces and Gen. Slaughter, in 
which the enemy was driven twenty 
miles towards Brownsville, where the 
rebels being reinforced, Barrett re- 
treated fighting, and reached Brazos with 
» loss of Nventy-two killed, wounded 
and niasing, incladkig Capt. Templtf and 



[By Telegraph.] ' > 

■•«• Varif Prodaca Marbat, 

New Yoke, May 20—1 iZO p, m. 

Flour less active and scarcelv so Rm; $6,003 
7.00 forextra rtate; ♦.•2j37.H0 for U. H. O. 

GnAis- Wheat, spring extra, 3c better, with 
only limited supply; No 1 spring $1.62. Corn 
scarce and ig'ic better; 82gf5c to r new mixed 
western. Oatsq?k'tat ."iGc for We-.tern. 

Pork quiet and firm; $i'J.OO for new mess; 
$20.50 for '63 and 04; do $17.S0!|1(<.5U tor prime. 

Lard dull, IftUfllS'tO. 

Whisky lirmer; $i.U5 for state and $1.% for 
Weste.n. 

Petroleum dull ; 3Sc for crude ; 39340 for crude 
in bond ; 6«ieeu>4 fr»e. 




Stages for Superior 
Monday, We Inesday, and Friday, 

At 7 O'clock:, A.. M^., 

COirNKCTIMO THERE WITH BOATS VOR 

Chicago, Detroit, and Cleveland, 

AND ALL POINTS ON THE LAKES. 

MIHTSKSOTji. STAOB CO. 

St Fanl, May 23: , 1865. iiia24-2mo 

IMPOKTAIVT IVOTICE 



SBLONV DISPATCH. 

New York, May 25—7 p, m. 

Cotton duM an4 lower; 4S&50c for middling. 

Klour less active and closes 5^100 lower. 

Whisky decidedly firmer; $l.U5 for state and 
$l.U5S.'.'jOfor Western. 

GraI-— WheU dull. Rye firm; western 83c. 
Bari«y and barley malt quiet, corn scarce and 
>ic better. 

Pork heavy and lower; $23.0032).2S for new 
mess. 



Kllwaabaa Pro«ace aiarbvc. 

Milwaukee, May 20—2 p. m. 

Flour moderatel y active but lower ; city winter 
$8.00; double extra spring $6.40; choice vprlng 
extra $5.75. 

Wheat declined 3@ic, bat active; No 1 spring 
In store $>.20>i. 



Ciilcaca BKarkac. 

CiiicAoo, May 26—8 r. m. 

Flour dull and declined lOglSc. 

Wheat dull; $l.25J4!jl.2rt for No 1 and (11.149 
1.15 for No 2. Corn dull and rlecliocd 29; gales 
at6if;j. oats firm; 46,'i«j4rc for No 1. 

Ilighwioes active at $.88.al.U0. 

Provisions dull. 

Pork $22.50g2) mess ; $17.00 for prime mess. 



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KJHBKSIK 



Drlrct his own Express, tr.eets his eflgag«> 
meats pi omptly andchargea the lowest current 
rates, therefore patronize 

WIMBr.<H»8 CITY EXPRESS. 



LA KUE 

AS THE 

OLD MAID. 

POSITIVELY 5 DAYS ONLY. 

ONTUBbD\Y, WEDNF.SDAY, TBUBSDAY, 
FRIDAY and SATUhDAY. 

LA :r XJ E » s 

Great "War Shoi^ir, 

STRATOPATETICON, 

From Tremont Theatre, Boston. 

The most Thrilling of all modern mirac'es, em- 
bracinir the a-tonlahing combination of 90,000 
Moringand Act.nv Figures aud Models of Men, 
Horses, Aniniais, Ships. *c., vividly re-etiacilng 
the prIncipU Lattlea. both by sea and land, of tno 
greatSauthern Ret)elllon. .... 

Mr. L.C. I.A KUE, the greatest of I'.virghn. 
mori-t', will appear at each exhibition in his 
veryamu»i:g and aughable comic parlor enter- 
laiaments, entitled 

" La Rue's Olio of Oddities." 

Ma'or Wlt^LIE BAtJLRY, the wond.'rful 
child Drummer, four years ol age, will appear at 
each entertainment in his marvelous drum solo 
a-jd light infantry drill. 

Admi4^ion 25 cts. Reserved seats 50 cent«. 

lyor* open at 7,'i o'clock. To oomoience at 8. 

URAN1> JfATlNis^K Friday afternoon at 2 
o'clock. 

Doors open at 2 o'clock, to commence at 3. Ad- 
mission to Matinee 25 cents ; Children 15 c<!nts 

May 2r,-lw L. W. BttANDO, Agt.« 



TUCHEIiT & HOFFMAN 

Woald respectfully announce that they have Just 
received a very l»rge stock of 

TOBACCOS 

Chewirig & Smoking. 

We confldentl/ 9'.ata that we n )W bare tbe 

I3est B faiid of Clie-wrina; 
that is manufaotured in this country or any other. 

Our Stoolcof Smolclne, 

both for extent and variety Is net equaled In this 

city. We also make a specialty ol trade In 

C I G A.K 8, 

Both foreign and domestic, which we are now 

Belling '^ery low for the times. 

Give us a call, try us, and see for yours»Ive«. 

Store at Tucheit's old stand on Third St 

TUCHELT. CHA8. HOFFMAN. 

my20-6t 



The Best and Safest Inve§tment 

FOR 

CAPITALISTS, GUARDIANS, SOLDIERS, 

and all who have money to spare. 
Interest Payable Semi - Annnally. 

No Taxes on fhxa Investineiit. 

Notes In snms of Fifty Dollars and upwards. 
Bonds sent by Kxpress free of charge. Payment 
to be made In ~ ational Currency or Eastern Ex- 
change. Interest allowed on one and tw« year* 
flve'per Of nt notes In exchange for Ijeven-Thirtlea. 
9. C. THOnP«OBr, Agent, 

m10-tf*litp 

Don't order until you bee the 

WOOD^S 
Self-Rake Reaper ! 

AND 

WOOD^S 
PRIZE IMOTVIEK. 

They are like General Grant, 

Victors in Every Contest. 
BIttELOW, MIRVOTR k CO.. 

0«a«ral Agvata. 

mohlS-ljr-lstH 

THE VERY^LATEST 

Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, 

GKNTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 
HATS AN^D CAPS, 

A.T COST! 
For the Next Sixty Days. 

This is no humbug, as the goods must te sold in 
order to raise moaey. The public will do well to 
call and secure bargain* before the best Felectiom 
arc gone. 

R. Kokford 

TKird Stneet, 
Kext door to Ingersoll's Hall. 
m»- «w-l»tp Near th e bri.ly 

HUMAN HAI Rl 



F. W. 



THK PROPKtiIiOR 

" F. ^W. BA.CHTJS," 

HaWng been the roughly refitted at:d strength- 
ened th( past winter, will make 

rb:g-tji:.a.r trips 

FOR THE COiriNa SEASON BETWEEN 

Portage Lii ke & Superior City, 

STOPPING AT INTBRMEDIAT* POINTS. 




Shippers of Cattle and Xjvunalser 

wfll fled It for their interest to ship by onr boat. 

" If the p'flpleof thenpper Penlnsu a will fX'ii 
us their pitronare.thev can have a regular boat." 
-All inquiries c lould be addressed to 
Capt. t;HAS.B KIKTL.AND,Boughton,Mich., 
or KICE BB01 HKRS, Milwaukee. Wis., and 
CHAS. H. KICi; * CO., Chicago, Illinois. 

«9-L>kn Superior supplies bought, packed and 
ah'pped at lowest rates and with despatch. 

miy23 Smos 



Steintvay A Sons' 



L. P. Fit AIVKLIIV, 

Brldae 8q.aare, St. Paul. 

Wig Maker & Importer of 
HUMAN HAIR, • 

Wigs, Braids, Bands, Curls, &c^ 

MAHUFACTURtD BY HIMSELF, 

And warranted of the Best Material and Wort- 
manship, at PRICKS WHICH I'EFl COMPE- 

Orders by Mall orExpreaa wUl reoelre prompt 
attention. . _ . ^ . «._, 

Private rooms for liadles' Hair Dressing, Frlx- 
zine, Siuimpooing an! Dyeing. 

Theonlv«BOWa DlKlntbe world appUed 

*'n. B.— Gentlemen's Hair Cut with Judgment 



and taste. 

BRIDGE SQUARB. ST. 



PAUX. 
apfrly-lt^ 



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Fyighteen b^^ treaty feet, situated In lower 
■*^«»*> t. O. box IW. aayrdJw 



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OHICKERINO- & Sons' 

F IAN O S, 



)ENTI8T 



I»K. Mm 

^ SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL 

DESTIST, wonld respeottnlly inform the «»U- 
MU of St. Paul, that he baa openedan o«oe ia 
Ronra' Block, over the Express 01B«- N«rw 
and tanproved artificial Teeth Inserted on ViUajn- 
Ite Plate, which for beauty, comfort. dnjabiUty 
and aheapneai far excel anything bow In nae. 
Teeth aUo inaerted on Gold and Silver and war- 
ranted to ciTe Mtialaotlon. ... 

'toS^g, tiling and all op«"«<»»?, °» .^ 
Ir. a superior manner, with Uttie 



Teeth done 

i>atn and on im»derate term*. 

^T»e Profession suppUed with Teeth 

bttt manHfaoturer*. 



from the 
apily 



jExperienced "Woolen "Weavers, 

AT TIIK 

NORTH 8TAU WCOLFN Ml'Wt»- 

2.ASTMAK. GIBSOll & CO. 
MlnneapoUs, May 4th, I86». mlS<lm. 



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KM aV. PA1J& KCM OOMPAMT. 

The unders' jned baTlng purchased the Inter- 
eat of Chas. S^mondt, will hereafter carry on the 
lee BuslnesO" *•"'• «^*y under the name of the 

i, K. CLBTKLAND. 
mn>tf 



ftt. Paul Ice C< mpany. 
CHAS. KAION. 
8t.Panl,Mnr 33, IM*. 



T v m s ■ R- 

We have now on hand a large stock of 
Buildins L\amV>er, Fenoln*. 

Pioketa, ficc.. 
Which we oTer lor tale at the lowest priiM. 
Lumber yard on First Strt* t. wmttot 

ANKXHT. hOBIHBON h CLMIENT, 
MnattiTtn— — of Lumber, 



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T«>rai«:— DAILT PRESS— By mmll. fU.uo 
per annum, or $l.iJOpor month, ineariatil}/ in "«• 
ranc«. 

ritl-WEKKLY PRBSS— $7p«ramiuBi; tS-SC 
for i>ix moath«; #1.75 for ihree montim; flOo. foi 
one month. ^„ . 

WKKKLV PRES'S— One copv, ow >e»r. $2.50; 
•Iz monih.i, il.ii; oJuhs ol four coplps. one year, 
$tf.OO; fllubriotten eojies, one >ear, #^.U0; clubf 
of twenty copies, one year, $40.00. 



▲«»KXTS COR THK JPRKI»S. 

The following person* are aat*i'»rixed to act »f 
▲g«nt8 for the Prkss: 

P. HcAbe, Minneapolis. 

W. W. Waies St. Anthony, 

W.O. Williams, Monticeiio. 

J. M. KosenlvTirer, ^t. Cloud. 

Joshua 8miih, Hua!>on, Wisooniiin' 

T. S. Seymour, Uud^on, MTisoonsini 

M. H. Thomas Alton. 

W. W. Morga. Lakeland. 

A. B. K,aston, Stillwater. 

H. Riedcll, Karibault. 

H. Jenkin!>, Jr., KorthQel 

D. H. Krost, Norfhfleld. 

W. H. Wadi«worth, Owatonna, 

L. L. Twichell & Co., Ha^ilngs. 

J.M. McKoe, I'rescott. Wi,<con» 

Dr. A. U. Jonen, Ked Wing, 

W.J.Arnold, Waba«haw, 

T, J. Duffy, Shakopee. 

D L. How " 

J. K. Moore, St. Peter. 

C. H. Slocum, Mankato. 

S. Eaton, Albert Lea. 

Sav A Willlam.4, Garden City. 

J. H. Welch, WinnebaKO City. 

C. J.Shortt, Aaatin. 

H. W. Mone, Uclle Plaine. 

J. E. Albaugh, Cannon City. 

J. Ooward, Freeborn. 

C. D. Adam-i, Morri^town. 

C. H. Molntyre, Red Wing. 

J. H. Allf-n, Princeton. 

e. B. Bailey, Stanton. 

A. McHench. n<»nd'>raoii. 

HiU, DuHtin A Co, Blue Earth City. 



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THE ASSASSINATION TRIAL. 



Continuation of Thursdays 
Proceedings. 



The following waa received by the 
telegraph Thursday night too late /or in- 
sertion yesterday morning : 

WASHDfOTox, Mar 25. 

At the request of Mr. Cox the record 
was corrected by excluding Irom evi- 
dence the oath ot allegiance purporting.' 
to be signed by O'Laug' lin, as a witnes 
could not swear positively to the signa- 
ture. 

VOLTAIRE RANDALL TKSTIFIKD. 

He searched the prisoner Arnold and 
found in his carpet bag some papers, 
letters, clothing, and revolver and cart- 
ridges. The revolver was handed him. 

MAJOR MARSH TESTIFIED. 

He was an ofBjer in a Maryland regi- 
ment from 1861 to March 31st, 1864. He 
was a prisoner of war condned in Libbv 
Prison Irom the lOrh of June, 1863. until 
the 2l9t of March, 1864. [To Judge 
Advocate Holt.] — I was detained when 
capuired two weeks at Winchester on ac- 
count of ill health ; my health improving 
I was compelled to march to Staunton, 
and was treated kindly on the road by tb^ 
escort; at tirjr rations at Libby Prison 
were small but tolerably fair. 

Becjaman Sweeney, Color Sergeant 
m the army and prisoner of war for five 
months in Belle Isle in 1863, testified. 
There were about 13,000 prisoners. Jt 
waa in the winter. About half had shel- 
ter ; had about half enough food to live 
on ; had seen men starved to death ; the 
bodies of ihose who died were allowed to 
lie eight or nine days in trenches without 
being buried ; they would not allow us to 
bury them ; witness had asked special 
permission to do so and been refused ; 
he helped to canry out ten to twelve per 
day ; saw men shot dead without cause 
or provocation ; his weight was rediic-d 
firom 17U to 123 pounds ; did not think he 
would have Iiv«d there a month longer. 

WILLIAM BCLL, 

who was prisoner at Andersonville for 
eleven months testified. Treatment was 
▼ery poor; men had no shelter 
but were compelled to live in a 
swamp ; their blankets, caps and 
their clothing in general, and money 
were taken from them ; rations were 
about half a pint of corn meal, two ounces 
of bacon and half a spoonful of salt for 
24 hours ; the bacon was alive ; once in 
a while we got bold of a good piece but 
not very often; the treatment killed the 
men off; the largest number of deaths a 
day to his recollection was 133 ; starva- 
tion was the cause ; the enemv said they 
did not care a damn whether the Yankees 
died or not ; Howell Cobb made a speech 
in February ; his remarks were very bit- 
ter ; he said the treatment was the best 
they could do; that if the authorities 
looked after them a little more, rrobably 
they would fare better ; be only said a 
f ;w words and didn't seem to care much 
about the prisoners ; the heat was very 
intense ; the water they had to drink had 
been made filthy by garbage thrown into 
the creek ; the reply to the remonstrance 
was they didn't care a damn for the Yan- 
kees ; when witness went there in June, 
as many as six or eight were shot dead 
a day ; if a man got a half a foot over 
the dead line, or near it he waa shot ; it 
waa said they got furlough of 30 days for 
shooting a Yankee ; Cobb in his speech 
■aid something about a plan 
to burn and plunder the 

north ; 1 can't tell what were the words 
used; the treatment of sick prisoners 
was very poor ; they got pitch pine pills 
lor everything ; they got no regular me- 
dicine ; not a cent of the prisoners' money 
was returned to them ; for nine months 
the witness had nothing to wear but a 
pair of drawers and shirt ; his clothe i bad 
been taken from aim ; he lai 1 on the open 
ground for that time without a bit of shel- 
ter ; thousands were in the same fix ; a 
corpse of a man who died in the morniug 
could not be approached by night within 
twenty feet, and pitchforks bad to be 
used to carry the body off to trenches : 
clothing sent there by our Government 
waa taken by the rebel captain in charge; 
over half the deaths were by starvation 

l^H ^u T '*■* '"""^ '-'"'^ "«=knes« 

w/r K ''^^ ^r* "* •* -' -dwMno 

such food now. but when in danger ot 
starvation might. ^ 

W. ROSE, 

T«6?'^ .'° ■}^^^^ ^"''<>° >» March. 

ha^? .T i";*** '«n«of Kilpatrick'sraid ; 
.t ijn; 8 ' '"''^''^Maj. rSrrer'. office 

It was to g«t the powdf-r rff in c-ii«^ tho 
raiders got into the cit> ; ft '^ ^"^'J^^ 
awnv in May secrpflv i ia¥»^n 

ordinate ot KSYwir^r'"'' *" * *"*^ 
rwoei War J'epari iifl?i)t. 

JOHW LATmcn«TE8TIF«D 

lamer told bin, that General. Win- 



der had been to see the Secretary of 
War, and that they were going to put 
powder under the biulding. It was in 
•25 lb kegs, about 100 lbs in all.^A bolu 
was dug in the centre of the middle base- 
ment, and powder was put down there ; 
the ground was then covered over with 
gravel; they took one of the sentries 
from outside ot the building and placed 
him over this powder, that no accident 
might occur; next day Turner showed 
the (use in his office. 

The pfwder remained there till May, 
when the prisoners were all removed; 
Gen. Winder then sent word to remove 
the powder as secretly as possible ; heard 
him say it was to blow up the place in 
case the raiders got into Richmond. 

LAVtN'LA WASeiMOTON SWORN. 

She said she was Dr. Mudd's slave and 
left bis home neai^y a year ago ; she had 
heard Mudd say summer beiore last that 
Lincoln would not keep his seat long; 2 
or 3 men were present at the time, dress- 
ed partly in gray and partly in black, and 
they slept at (he pines ; Dr. Mudd some- 
times carried victuals to them. 

MARY MILLKY, 

also a alava of Dr. Mudd, was sworn and 
testilied that she had left his house the 
month before last Christmas ; she saw two 
or 3 men sometimes in the house and 
somt-times out in the woods, where they 
had their bed last summer ; one of these 
men was John Surratt ; witness heard 
Gamer say to Mudd that Old Abe was a 

damned old eon of a b h and ought 

to have been killed long ago, when Mudd 
roplie I he was much of the same mind ; 
'bis was in tobacco planting time last 
year. 

Several other colored witnesses testi- 
fied as to Mudd and others' conversation 
in praise of the rebel Government. 

Garner said to Mudd that Stonewall 
was going to cross at Point of Pocks, 
take Washington, and bum old Lincoln 
in his house. Mudd said he would not 
be surprised. 

The defense then opened. 

REV. FATHER WIGETT. 

The Rev. Father Wigeit testified : he 
had been acquainted with Mrs. Surratt 
eight or nine jears, and always beard 
her spoken well of, and had never heard 
anything that would detract from her 
Christian charcter. 

REV. FATHERS BOYLE AXD STOXE8TREET 

testified to the same effect, and had 
never beard her utter a disloyal senti- 
ment. 

MRS JOHN HALLSirCN 

who boarded with Mrs. Surratt, testified: 
she saw Payne there when be called him- 
self Wood ; Mrs. Surratt said he was a 
Baptist minister; witrcss saw Atzerot in 
the house once or twice ; Mrs. Surratt 
said she would not board the latter. 

W Unesses from Baltimore were here 
produced, who gave circumstantial ac- 
counts of O'Laugblin, stating that he 
was in that city at v.irious times on the 
13th and 14th of April; ihe object btiiig 
to prove an alibi. 

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THE GRAND REVIEW. 



•'■II DvtalU of (ho Crr«>at Et«>b«— Im- 
■■ma« Cr«wd»— MU.OOO Troopa in 



Washington', May 23. — A more beau- 
tiful day for the purposes of the grand 
military review could not have been asked 
than this has been. The recent heavy 
rains had cooled and purified the a'mos- 
phere, and cleansed the streets. The 
sun shone brilliantly, and throughout the 
jocund day stood on tiptoe, and all nature 
was gay and happy. At daylight the 
streets were already thronged with pe- 
d'strians, seeking favorable positions to 
observe the military pageant. 

THE CROWD. 

By eight o'clock every available spot 
along the route was taken up by the anx- 
ious spectators. Windows and house- 
tops were thronged. Impromptu stands 
were erected on the sidewalks, and inter- 
section of streets. Guards were placed 
along the outer line of the pavement to 
prevent any encroachment upon the 
streets, which from curb to curb were 
completely occupied by the military pro- 
cession. 

KBIAR THE WailTB HOUSE. 

In the vicinity of the White Hoose, the 
sceno was brilliant and gay in the ex- 
treme. Here were assembled upon and 
near the stand the elite of the country. 
Upon the wide pavement in front of the 
Executive Mansion, a large stand wa^ 
erected for the President, Greneral Grant, 
members of the Cabinet, distinguished 
offic'TS of the army and navy, and the 
Diplomatic Corps. This stand was taste- 
fully draped with flag? and handsomely 
cove- ed with floral devices. On either 
side of this were two immense stands for 
the invalid soldiers and distinguished visi- 
tors. Opposite this, on the other side of 
the s'reer, was a row of stands reaching 
the entire length of Franklin J»quare, 
which were occupied by State delega- 
tions. All these stands were likewise 
deccrated with flags and banners. About 
three-fourths of the o<;iipints of all these 
stands were wooitn, most elegantly at- 
tired, presenting a gay and livdy appear- 
ance. 

TUK COLLTrlN. 

At 25 minu'es past 9 o'clock the head 
of the moving column, led by G«n. Meade, 
passed by the main stand, bat as yet none 
of the reviewing officers had appeared, 
and it was nearly 10 o'clock before the 
President arrived. In a few minutes 
after Gen. Grant, Gen. Sherman an<l 
nnenibers of the Cabinet took their posi- 
tions by the side of, and around the Pres- 
dent. The column of cavalry continued 
to puss along, each regiment being headed 
by a full band of music, making melodio'Js 
tbe air with one continuous and unbroken 
strain of martial air ; and thus it continu- 
ed uatil twenty minutes past 3 o'clock 
this afternoon. 

ENTHUSIASM OF THE SOLDIERS. 

As the several regiments passed the re- 
viewing officers, they cheered, and as the 
various division commanders appeared 
before the President, Gen, Grant and the 
members of the Cabinet would rise to 
their feet. All along the line of march 
cheer upon cheer greeted the soldiers, 
the ladies waving their handkerchiefs. 

THE SCHOOL CHILDREN. 

Meantime, at an early hour in the 
morning, tbe common schools had gath- 
ered to the number of 4,000 or 5,000 on 
the north side of the Capital grounds. As 
the procession passed, they sang patriot- 
ic «4°g8t and presented to the officers 
bouijiuets and wreaths of flowers and ev- 
ergreens. 

GEN. CUSTAR's raid. 

One of the stirring incidents of the 
day happend just after the President and 
Gen. Grant had taken their positions 
upon the stand. The gallant General 
Custar at this time ectered the square, 
at the bead of his division upon a mag- 
nificent blooded stallion. A lady threw 
a la-.ge wreath to the General, which he 
caujiht. His charger took irigfat, reared, 
plunged and dashed away with his rider 
at an almost breakneck speed, runnii g 
nearly the whole length ol the square 
before Gen. Custar had gained control 
of him. As the horse made his first 
plunge Gen. Custar's hat flew off, and be 
lost bis sword, which, at the momeut, 
was lying loosely in his lap and left arm. 
He held on to the wreath of flowers with 
his right hand and managed his horse with 
Lis left. Tbe whole affair was witnessed 
by (boasands of spectators, who were 
enchained breathlessly by the thrilling 
event, and, tor a time, the perilous posi- 
tion of the Ijrave otBcer. As he rode 
back to the head of his column, round 
upon rouQ^ of baartjr applause greeted 



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him, the reviewing officers joining in it. 

EFFECT ON THE REVIEW. 

The review trom the treasury, looking 
down Pennsylvania avenue to tbe irapitol, 
was among the grandest that age ever 
looked upon, especially when the infAiitry 
bad fully occupied tbe avenue and illu- 
minated it with flit.hiug steel. 

HONORS TO %IIE FRESIDEST. 

During tbe interval between the de- 
parture of the 0th corps Irom the review- 
ing stand, and the appearance of the 5th 
corps, the spectators in the vicinity ga'h- 
ered in a large body in front of the Presi- 
dent, and called for him. He rose, 
bowed, and sat down. Then there was 
a universal call lor General Grant, and 
he. too, rose in acknowledgment of the 
compliment. Then Sherman Wits caded 
lor heartily, but it turned out that hr* 
had just left, the stand, and there was no 
opportunity aJForded to j idge fully the 
kind of greeting he would have received, 
but there was every indication that it 
would have been most cordial. 

THE DISTINGUISHED SPECT.VTORS. 

In the front row of the reviewing stand 
under a canopy formed ol flags and ban- 
ners, tat the President, with Secretary 
Stantun, General Grant, Attorney Gen- 
eral bjieed and Secretary McCulloch on 
his rig.'it, and Secretary Welles. Postmas- 
ter General Dennison, General Sherman 
and General Barnard on his left. With- 
out occupying several columns, it would 
be impossible to gi\e full details of the 
various military corps, divisions and com- 
paniesf. There appeared in the proces- 
sion 8i>,000 troops, comprising what there 
is left here of the Potomac army. 
Sherman's army. 

Tc-morrow Gen. Sherman's army, es- 
timated at 117,000, will be reviewed. 
Tbe city is all alive this evening. Bands 
of music are pas&ing through the streets 
placing patriotic airs, among them 
"Dixie," and one general cai nival of 
pleasure prevails. 

Washington, May 23. — The general 
idea that the number of troops composing 
the Army of the Potomac reviewed is 
about 75,00t). Xo negro troops were in 
tbe procession. From the portico of the 
Treasury Department the flag of the 
Treasury Guard regiment was displayed, 
the lower part battered and torn, not by 
battle but by tbe spur of Booth the assas- 
sin, as he jumped from the box to the 
stage on the night of tbe assassination. 
A placard appended stated tLi.i fact, and 
it attracted much attention. 

Gen. Grant, accompanied by an order- 
ly only, rode in Pennsylvania avenue this 
evening Crowds of people on the side- 
walks cheered him. He lifted his hat in 
compliment. 'i boasands of si rangers 
lelt the city after the review to-day, but 
their places are supplied by an equal num- 
ber to witness the review of Sherman's 
army, -^ L.ch is to take place to-morrow. 
So Urge is the crowd from a distance that 
many are unable to find lodging accomo- 
dations. 



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General Pope and Minnesota. 

From the Cincinnati Commercial : 

Cincinnati, May 20, 1865.— irfs 
Com. — You state, in this morning's pa- 
per, that 

"The St. Paul Free Press is very se- 
vere on General Pope's ailininistration of 
affairs on the Northwestern frontier, and 
charges the failure to put down the Sioux 
effectually, and give peace and security 
to the border, directly to him. The va- 
rious expeditions under Sibley and Sully, 
it asserts, accomplished nothing beyond 
tbe destnzc ion of two or three la iian en- 
campments, and the killing cf not mjre 
than a dozen red skins. Tbe old pests 
of tbe border are again prowling around 
the settlements, as vindictive, murderous 
and active as ever, and not much weaker 
in numbers than when the first massacre 
t^ok place. ' 

In view of which, permit me to make 
the logical request that, bhould you meet 
with any "Press" — free or otherwise — 
very severe on General Sherman or Gen- 
eral Hooker, becau^'e a squad of guerril- 
las, the other day, disturbed "tbe peace 
and security of our border," by rol-.bing 
a railroad train, pray write him do^rn an 
ass. and don't notice his nonsense. 

When tbe fr ghtful Indian massacre of 
1862 was telegraphed, the Government 
sent oat Gen. Pope — the man best fitted 
for the position from his energy, his pre- 
eminent military ability, and bis intimate 
knowledge of the country. He had tra- 
versed Minnesota before it was a territo- 
ry, explored its borders, and the Red 
River of tbe North beyond the English 
line, and hi.« accurate survey and full re- 
ports, published by Congress, are still 
the highest authority on the subjet!t. 

Whe" ht' arrived in Minnesot , in Sep- 
tember 18G2, the ( opul.it on of the State 
was in an agony of excited fear. The 
murdering Sioux, flushed with bloody 
success, were wiiliin forty miles of the 
capital. St. Paul was filled' with fugitives, 
and the roads in every direction lined 
with helpless and homeless families. 

In less than six weeks, tbe hostile 
Sioux were driven back from the settle- 
ments, and effectual measures taken to 
hold the restless Chippewas and Winne- 
bagos in perfect quiet. 

In 1863 an expedition under General 
Sibley, severely punished the allied Sioux, 
driving th-m beyond the Missouri ; an- 
other force under General Sully defeated 
them at White Stone Hill with severe 
loss, and in the fall of the same year, 
Little Crow, the Sioux leader, was cap- 
tured and killed. 

In 1864, another expedition, planned 
by General Pope and headed by General 
Sully, chased the Sioux into their fast- 
nesses at the head of Bi^ Knife and Can- 
non Ball Rivers — a region until then un- 
trodden by white men — and inflicted upon 
them a still more bloody defeat, the result 
of which was that, withoat a leader, 
broken up into small bands, half-starved 
through the winter from loss of their 
stock, ponies, and stores of meat, they 
have become utterly discouraged, and 
have since been giving themselves up by 
lodges and tribes. 

The line of frontier posts, under 
General Pope's active admin'stratijn, has 
been pushed from Forts Ridgely and Ab- 
erci-ombie, first to the Red River, and 
then, further west, to the James and the 
Missouri. 

Tbe truth is, and tbe Press knows it, 
there is not, and has not been for two 
years, within the borders of Minnesota, 
a single organized band of hostile .Sioux. 
Skulkers and marauders there, doubtles!>, 
have been ; and outrages and murders 
ascribed to Indians, and so trumpeted 
in tbe Press, have, more than once, (in- 
stance the Big Woods,) been proven on 
white men. 

Amid & great deal of loose assertion, 
the Press is careful not to specify any 
outbreak, nor give dates, names, and 

places. I will supply tbe tht* d ^ ncy. 

A scoundrel half breed, vhu t;uiiui.^ la 
one our regiments and served in Tennes- 
see, was there court martialed for rob- 
bery, escaped, returned to Minnesota, 
where, a few weeks since, with aid of 
some accomplices, asserted to be Indians, 
be robbed and murdered a family near 
iMackato, and was promptly caught and 
bung by <he neighbors, who thus gave 
•'peace and security to their border." 

You are perfectly aware, Messrs. Edi- 
tors, that there is always a party — bold, 
noisy, and unsjrupulous — who look up- 
on an Indian war as a beneficent institu- 
tion, one that should be carefully foster- 
ed. You know bo.v the thing is man- 
aged, and that, in Florida, a dozen or 
two of contractors, with aid ot some 
"press" — free and independent of course 
— kept one up for ten yenrs against a 
handful of Serainoles, who were always 
"at* numerous and as vindictive as ever" 
— Shaking their appearance, as in Minne- 



sota, not only at unexpected, bat at ex- 
pected, times and places. 

A charming place, Messrs. Editors, is 
St. Paul in the summer, and if you should 
go there, ask, I pray you. the first intel- 
ligent citizen you meet to enlighten yon 
anent the "Moccasin party" of Mnne- 
stfta. .and you will then understand why 
General Pope, wbo has done his whole 
duty- end is a man of honor, is howled .at 
by wolves. Intelligent citizens might 
tell you of the disappointed greed lor 
contracts ; ol tbe alHnities and identities 
of the Big Moccasins with Copperheads 
and secession sympathizers ; of their nics 
litt ft arrangements for smuggling powder 
and leatl to the devilish red-skins ; of 
their sweet fraternal feeling toward tbe 
British authorities, wbo peremptorily foi- 
bade General Pope to cross an inch over 
their border in -pursuit of murderers, 
and wbo iiiduige in tbe same pastime, 
and turnibb a convenient asylum for 
their injured copper brethren. You 
would also be told that the Moc- 
casins ni'.ver looked so joyful as 
when the savages were thought 
to have an advantage ; never so sad as 
when they were driven from the State. 
Intelligent citizen, aforsaid, might also 
relate the concentrated an^er, snd the 
curses — Moccasin deep — on finding Gen. 
Pope bent on carrying tbe war into the 
camp of the white as well as the red sava- 
ges, by doing all that lay in his power 
to break up the infamous Indian agent 
and contract system, which every good 
man on the border, from Bishop Whipple 
down, will tell you has developed, in- 
flamed, and intensified all the devilshness 
of the untutored savage, and deluged our 
borders in blood. All this, and more, he 
might tell you, and, in view of their or- 
ganized strength and numbers, illustrated 
with names ol the Senators and would- 
be Congressmen, might add — alas I how 
truthfully: " The old pests of the bord- 
er are still prowling around,as vindictive, 
numerous and active as ever, and not 
much weaker in numbers than when the 
first massacre took place." 

ST. ANTHONY. 
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TRAGEDY IN CINCINNATI 



IVysterious Death in a House of 
Infamy. 



Facts Developed at the Inquest. 



The Cincinnati Oazetle of May 19, 
contains an account of a mysterious and 
horrible tragedy in a house of ill-fame in 
that city : 

"During Sunday, Monda\ and Tuesday, 
the groans, and moans, and occasional 
bhneks of a female were heard to eman- 
ate Irom the bouse alluded to, which is 
kept by a colored woman by the name of 
Piper. W hen inquired of by one of the 
neighbors as to tbe cause of it, she re- 
plied that it was a white woman taking 
on from jea'ousy of her hu!>band ; to an- 
other she told a different story ; and her 
colored boy said it was a black man who 
was sick. The sufferer was heard t) 
beg to be killed, that she might ue re* 
lieved from her sufferings. 

But en Tuesday the cries of distress 
ceased, though not until the neighbors 
bad informed some of the police, who that 
day obtained admission to the bouse. It 
was, however, after tbe moaning had ter- 
minated, and they discovered nothing, 
except that the mistress would not admit 
them into one of her rooms. This they 
reported to the chief of police, who 
thought the circumstances did not war- 
rant a forcible entry. When the neigh- 
bors saw a coffin being taken away from 
the bouse through the alley way, they 
naturally connected it with the scenes of 
the previous days, and suspected that 
something was wrong. They again call- 
ed tbe attention of the police to this new 
tict, and officer Wright approached the 
undertaker, whom he found to be Mr. 
Soards, of Sixth street, and who told him 
the coffin contained the corpse of a fe- 
male, that be was directed to take to the 
steamer J. D. Ilinde, to be shipped to 
Moscow, Clermont county, Ohio. 

"-■11 right," said the officer, "go 
ahead." But Mr. Wright went to the 
coroner's and informed him of the cir- 
cuin.'<tance, and the two went to the river. 
They found the boat about to leave, and 
learning from the clerk that the deceased 
had come down on the boat apparently 
well enough on Friday last, they detained 
the corpse, and ordered the! undertaker 
to take it ta hi.s store room for the pur- 
pose of investigating the case. It was 
learned from Mr. Soards that yesterday 
morning be was called on by Dr^ Foss, 
whose oflice is on the corner of V^ine and 
t.ighth streets, to encoffin a 
corpse at the house above re- 
ferred to. The undertaker, on being 
shown into the room, found the corps ly- 
ing on the floor, her hair disheveled, her 
eyeballs protruding from their sockets, 
her face almost black with decomposition 
and her body entirely nude, excepting 
the sheet thrown over it, and the bed in 
the room as it bad been left by the suf- 
ferer, her skirts and dress thrown care- 
lessly over it and about the room. The 
undertaker returned to Dr. Foss [better 
have gone to a chief of police or a magis- 
trate] and told bim the body was in such 
a stnte of decomposition that it could 
nor be removed except in an air - tight 
coflin. The doctor told him, therefore, 
to use that kind of a burial ca8», and paid 
the bill. Mr. Soards, with the assistance 
of the colored woman, who was the only 
person be saw about the house, placed 
tbe corpse in the case, and at 2 o'clock it 
was taken to the river. 

An inquest on the body developed the 
following facts : 

On Thursday, tbe 11th, a woman was 
brought to this city from Moscow, Cler- 
mont county, a small town on tbe Ohio 
river, near New Richmond. Her name 
was Maria L. Hood. She was accom- 
panied by her uncle, E. L. Scott, keeper 
of a wbarf-boat at Moscow. The evi- 
dence, it will be seen, readily shows that 
the o\uect of the visit was to secure some 
means by which tbe girl could be saved 
from the disgrace incidental to an illicit 
intercourse with one Charles Cusbard, un- 
der a promise of m.irriage at the close of 
the war. 

Miss Ilood, having suspected her con- 
dition, was much distressed, and acknowl. 
edged that she had allowed young Cusb- 
ard, (previously mentioned) to go beyond 
the bounds of discretion, on his promise 
to marry her. She besought her uncle to 
do something for her case, and he, think- 
ing much of the young girl, desired to 
assist her as much as lay in his power. 
Accordingly, at her request, Mr. Scott, 
came to tbe city with her, to procure 
medical treatment He vii^ited the office 
ot Dr. Foss, on the corner of Vine and 
Eighth streets, stated the case to the phy- 
sician, and made arrangements with him 
for the treatment of tht* young lady. 
The services of the doctor bein^; retained 
for $125, he stipulating to furnish her a 
nice, quiet place, in a respectable family, 
where she would receive every care and 
attention. 

On tbe evening of the same day of their 
arrival in the city, Mr. Scott left. the 
young lady in charge of tbe physician, 
and returned home. This was on the 
lllh. Last Monday night the steamer 
broui ht a letter to Mr. Scott, at Moscow, 
desiring him to come to the city immedi- 
ately, as t e young lady had been attack- 
ed with pains in tbe breast, which indi- 
cated rheumatism of the heart. 

No name was signed to the note, bat 
it was understood from whom the message 
came — namely. Dr. Foss. Mr. Scott 
gave tbe father of tba youag la-ty, J. W, 
Hood, a letter to the physician, request- 
ing that he be allowed to see tbe pabent. 



Tuesday morning Mr. Hood arrived in 
tbe city, and at once went to the office of 
Dr. Foss, on tbe corner of Vuie and 
Eighth streets. TLo physician was not at 
home, and the anxious father, though he 
called frequently during the day, did not 
succeed in findiog him. 

On Wednesday morning Dr. Foss was 
found in his oflice, and Sir. Hood pre- 
sented ihe note. After reading it the 
physician turned pale, and drawing a 
long breath remarked, in a manner some- 
what excited, that the ca«e had proved 
fatal. The father was, of course astound- 
ed, and at once requested to see the 
young lady. The doctor at ont^e as.^ent- 
ed to tbe request, and the two started 
toward the corner of Ninth and Linn 
streets. When tbey had arrived at the 
locality, and tbe father comprehended 
the character of the place to which bis 
daughter had been removed, he agoni- 
zingly asked of his conductor, "My 
God ! doctor, why did you bring my child 
to such a place as ibis?" The old mis- 
tress of the establishment, who was wash 
ing in the passage, appeared much alarmed 
at the appearance of the two visitors, which 
alarm, however, was (quieted by tbe phy- 
sician telling her it was all right. The 
mulatto then informed them that, fearing 
a visit from the police, she had removed 
the body of the woman to the cellar. 
With a single tallow candle the two men, 
the fa'hfr and the physician, descended 
the s'ai; v,-.iy into the dark, close, vault- 
like ctl!:ir I here, upon the bare floor, 
lay the uudi^ body of tbe victim, covered 
up in an old bed-quilt. The physician 
lifted up one corner of the dingy cover- 
ing, and revealed to the !.aze of the des- 
pair-stricken parent a portion of the livid 
t>ody, already far g»,ne in decomposition. 
With an exclamation of extreme emotior, 
the father drew back from the spot and 
besought the physician to have the body 
properly attired, placed in a coffin and 
sent to Moscow, his home. Foss prom- 
ised to attend to the matter at once, and, 
as tbe sequel proved, did go to the un- 
dertaker's and order a coffin, paying un- 
dertaker Soards very liberally for the 
work and metallic case. 

The colored woman, Susan Piper, who 
keeps the den in which this young victim 
came to her horrible death, is a muUatto, 
about fifty years of age, and of the most 
vicious character. When arrested yes- 
terday and taken to ihe Nlneth street 
station, she was in a beastly state of in- 
toxication. She still adheres to the ab- 
surd story that the girl did not die in her 
house, but was brought there already 
deceased, to be prepared for tbe grave. 
It seems that after the death of the girl, 
and in tbe absence, for the time, of 
the doctor and relatives, she had 
thrown the corpse info the cellar to con- 
ceal it until it should be called for. As 
before stated, tbe girl came to this city 
on Friday of last week, on the steamer 
J. D. Hines. Yesterdav, by the same 
steamer, there was returned to the home 
thus made desolate, her dead body, de- 
composed aid dissected. Terrible to re- 
late, in the space of just one week she 
had passed from complete health of body, 
through the most excruciating physical 
torture, to a most horrible death ; and 
her neglected body, subjected first to the 
quick work of decay, and then to the 
knife, of the turgeon, in conformity to 
the demands of law, alone remains to 
give its awful, though silent, comment 
upon the seducer and the abortionist. 

At an early hour of yesterday morning 
search was made for Dr Foss, by officers, 
but that individual was not to be found, 
nor has he yet been arrc.-ted. It is rea- 
sonably supposed that he has left the city. 
He is a young man, without family. 
From all we can learn by investigation 
and inquiry of those who knew biin, we 
arc led to believe that he was never in 
very high repute with many of our citi- 
zena. 



#peml gati^'f!?. 



Resistance at An End. 

GTPat news of brilliant cchlevempnts is arrlv- 
Inr from every quarter. Ueads th»t most Inrl. 
o:iHly rebel agnlnst the laws of b-sut-, whntlipr 
tliey be white . Iron gray, eandy, or glaring red, 
are everywhere 

bTRIF.ING TUKIR COLORS, 
and asf<uminj;t1ia loroli at brown f>r the most lus 
trous and perfect tlack, under the swift opera- 
tion of 

carsTADORO's n\iR dte 

which (ransfltfures t'lem in ."^ few raoinpnt=, Man- 
ufictureil tiy J. Cristacioro, ?o. 0. Astor Itou.-e, 
Now York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by a)| 
Hair Dredsers. iu:('d«wlm. 

Kally the System. 



After a dUea»e lias been conquered, thera is 
sttU the wcikne^g t'tat it leaves behiud it to be 
removed. Coiivaloscence is a tedious alTalr. If 
the enfeebled and flaccid musdos, the shatt'*rod 
nerves, the thin and w.itery blooi could gpealc, 
they would cry aloud for help. In too many cases 
such help as is given them !.s not of the right Mnd- 
riip Hery stlmulints of commerce do harm. They 
kindle a temporary flime, which i* a mockery. 
1'heirefl'ect passe', anl tlie la-t state of him wh i 
uses them is worse ttian the first. 

Not such is the effect of IIO^TETT>^R'S STO- 
MACH BITTKBS. There ii no orawback to 
their toning properties. Batramio plants and 
barks and loots contribute their restorative ju'ces 
to renier this soothing and sticcgthcning prepa- 
ration a PKOTKcrivE and kkmitdi.*!, agent. 
Its la.'la is tho only pure sllmuJaiit which has 
ever been produced oontainiog no fusil oil or 
any other deletcrlois elem nt. Tiie mo.nt care- 
ful and skillful ohemlstu bare analyzed tiie Bit- 
tin, «nd pronouaod ttiem liarmless. 

This is soientidc testimony ; bat the tes :imony 
of the hucdreds of thoustnd'i who h^ve e^rperi- 
enccd the preventive and curative elTects of the 
Oreal Vet/eUMe 7'i>ni'; and -Ifiera^ire of modern 
times is still more 00Dc!u'ive. In fever and a;;ue, 
dyspepsia, bUUousness, nervous C3mplaiuti<, gen 
crol debility, and chronic complaint-', it is as 
nearly infallible BsanythingLn this f^Uibie world 
caate. Sold everywhere. m^3-dwlw 



LYON'S KATHAIBON. 

Kathairon is from the Greek word "Sathro," 
or "Kathairo," signifying to deaa^e, rtju-enato, 
and restore. This artieir is what its name ?i^ui- 
tles. Kor preccrving. reatoriDK and b,'aufifyin.i< 
the huj&au hair it is the most remarkable prepar- 
ation In the world. It is again owned and put 
up by the original proprietor, and is now made 
with tba same care, skill and att.-ntlon which 
gave it a sale of over one million t>otUe8 per an- 
num. 

It is a most Delightful Hair Dressing. 

It eradicates scarf and dandruff. 

It keeps the bead coot and clean. 

It makes tbe hair rich, soft and glossy. 

It prevents the hair trom falhng off and turning 
gray. 

It restores hair upon iMld heads. 

Any lady or genilenun who values a bcautifal 
head of hair i;':ould use Lyon's Kathairon. It is 
kn-4wn and used throughout the civilized world. 
Sold by ail respectable deal'-ra. 

DEMAS H. BARNE J & CO., New Nerk. 



Mexican Mustang Iiiniment. 

The parties in 8t. ) ouis and Cincit.nati, who 
have b'-en counterfeiting the Mustang Liniment 
under pretense of proprietorrliip. have beeii 
thoroughly estopped by tho Courts. To guard 
against further imposition, I liavc procurpd from 
iLc 0. 8. Treasury a private steel platfl revenue 
t I ap, wliich is placed over tho top of each bot- 
il< >.aGh stamp bears the fac simile of ray sig- 
1 i"'ii • .*a<l witnout which the art ole is a coun- 
ter ■'*t, uatigerous and worthless Imitation. Ex- 
ainltv*e^'i ; l>ottic. This Liniment has been in 
use and « ;iVMii|: in fav<>r for many years. There 
hardly nx i Is tbamleton the habitable Globe 
that does iit ccntain evidence of its wonderfu 
effects. It ' the best emolient in tee world. 
With Its present- iniproved UigredlentM, its etiect 
upon man and b ■ : r, are perferlly remarkable. 
Sores are healed, p^'ln* relieved, lives saved, val- 
uable animals made nseftil,and untoid ills as- 
saat;ed i or cuts, bruises, sprains, rheumatism, 
Bwpllings, bi'es. cuts, cakoil breasts, i<trainea 
horses, ac, it is a 80vereij;n remedy that should 
n"ver iK) dispenM'd with. It should be in every 
family. Sold by »U Druggists. 

D. S. BAHNE."* & CO., New York. 



HA-GAIT'S MAaNOI.IA BAI.M. 

This is the most delightful and extraordlaary 
article ever discovered. It changes the suu-burnt 
face and hands to a pearly satin texture cf rav- 
ishing beauty, Irnparting the marble purity of 
>outii, andthe <i<«<inyu<appeu]:iuoe so iu-itiag 
in the city belle of feshlon. T. removes tan, 
freckles, pimples and roughness trom the skin, 
leaving the complexion I'resb, transparent and 
smooiS. It oontuns no material li\)anoi|s to the 




•kin. Patronized by Actresses and Opera Sing. 

-ii* *'k" *'»"«»'e'-y lady should have. ttoTd 
everywhere. Prepared by 

« A^.. ^- ^- " AU AN, Troy, N. Y. 
Address all orderi to 

a.^1^J^^ ^' ?^KNES & CO., New York. 
gep22-d>weow-iy-wea'y 



RRJ.IKP IN TKN Ml>aTTKS. — BbTAN'S 

FULMO.MC Wafkbs. - The most certain and 
speedy r-'inedy ever di-^covered forall Diseases ot 
tJieChest and Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Consumplion, Broncliltls, Influenza, IIoarsonesB 
Difficult Breathing, Sore Throat, &c., &c. 

TheiiP Wafers give the mo*t instantaneous and 
perlect reliuf, and when persevered with accord- 
ing to directions, never fail to effect a rapid and 
lasting cue. Thousands have beon restored to 
perfect healtJi who have tried other means in 
vain. To all olasiies and all constitutions they 
are equally a blessing and a cure— none need des- 
pair, no matter how long the disease may liave 
existed, or however severe it may be, provided 
the organic structure of the viul organs is not 
hopelessly decayed. Every one afflicted should 
give them an impartial trial. 

To V<m:ai.I8t,s and Pitkt.ic Speakkrs, these 
Wafers are peculiarly valuable ; they will in one 
day remove the most severe occasional hoarse- 
ness; and their regular use for a few days will, 
at all limes, increase the power and flexibility ol 
the voice, greatly improving its tone, compass 
and clearness, for which purpose they are regu- 
arly used by many professional vocalists. 
JOB MUSES, Sole Proprietor, 

'17 Cortland-tit., New York, 

Price 2(5 cents per box. Eor sale m St. Paul by 
Biggs ; Sims, Vawter k, Rose, and Combs. 
novlO-eowlvw 

-A.UC riON FROM THK 

AMERICAN WATCH CO. 

It having come to our kuowlodgo tbat imita- 
tions of the American Watch have been put upon 
the market in great number, calculated by their 
utter worthlessness to injure the reputation of 
our genuine products, to prelect our own inter- 
ests and the public from impssition, we again 
publisii our tradd marks by which our Watches 
may invariably be known. 

We manffikcture four styles of Watches. 

The first ba-i the name. 

"AMERICAN WATCH CO.,Waltham,MaB8.," 
engraved on the inside plate. 

The second has the name 

"APPLETON, TRACY fc CO., Waltham, 
Mass," engraved on the insidc.plate. 

The third has the came 

"P. S. BARTLETT, Waltham, Mass.," en- 
graved on the insldn plate. 

All the at>ove styles have tbe name American 
Watch Co. pr.lntedon the dial, and are warranted 
in every respect. 

The fourth has the named 

•'WM. ELLERY, Boston, Mass.," engraved on 
the inside plate, and is not named on the dial. 

All the abovf described watches are made of 
various sizes, and are sold in gold or silver cases, 
as may be required. • 

It is hardly possible for us to accurately de- 
scribe the numerous Imitations to which we have 
alluded. They are usually inscribed with names 
so nearly approaching our own as to escape the 
observation of tlie un&coustomed buyer. Some 
are represented a'* made by the "Union Watch 
Co. of Boston, Mass." — no such company exist- 
ing. Some are named tho "Soldier's Watch,"' to 
be sold as our fourth, or Wm. Ellery style, usu- 
ally known as the "Soldier's Watch." Others 
are named the "Appleton Watch Co, ;" others 
the"P. S Bart..hY," instead of our "P. S. Bart- 
letr;" besides many varieties named in such a 
manner as to convey the idea that they are the 
veritable productionj of the Amerl.an Wa^ch 
Company. 

We also caution the public, and particularly 
soldiers, aninst buying certain articles c\i.lej 
watches, eo free'y advertised in illustrated pa- 
p-rsas' Army Watches," "Officers' Watches," 
"Magic Tl re Observers," "Arcana Watches," 
ic.,the prices ol which are stated to be from 
seven to sixteen collars. A good watch. In these 
limes, cannot be afforded for any such money, 

A litt:eatteu,ion ou the pat dfbuyeis will (ro- 
tectthemfrom gross imposllion. 

UOBBINS A. APPLGTONf, 

AGENTS FOR TUEAMh IClCAN WATCBCO., 

1S2 Broadway, Xew York 
^__ ro.3-dlm&w 

Has Nat ire an antidote for acquired 
diseases f All who suffer believe they ought to 
anican be cured. The Puas rAT..ON BiTtKKS 
prepared by Dr. Drake of New York, have no 
doubt bsneflt'cd and cured more persons of Dys- 
pepsia, Nervousness, Sour Stomach, Loss of Ap- 
petite, Sinsing Wealuiess, General Debility, and 
.Mental Despondency, t Ian eny other article ia 
existence. Tbey are cjmposrd <if thfl purest 
roots and herbs, carefully i :epar( d, to b» tak n 
as a tonio and gentle stimulant. Tliey rre 
adapted ta any age or condition of life, and are 
extensively popular with aothers and person' 
of eededtary habits, mS.! tu.th sat-lw 



FD-t Fft s. Ci.OTiis, <'A',!PKrs, te,. 



CEDAR CAMPHOR 



L'-e it nt once. .Moths while ■ hrM-nlitis are (• o- 
tioml ally fiestroyed. Cedar Camphor iii (^tilltng 
to insect life. All (.ra^gixts sell It BARKIS a. 
C II APMa^N, makers, BostJn. niii:! tu,tha8lw 



Mrs. J. B. LYGKO 

■Regx to iniorm her Iriends and the public gen- 
erally tiat sh'! is now receiving tho latest 

DKSlGN^e* AND fJ^TTiCTtNH, 

and is now ready to sufply the very latest ptylesol 

«ii*Hi.%4;) AXUdi'.'n.'nEK moohm, 

at the very lowest prices, consi-ticg of 

SILK, CRAPES, BELTING, 

I-ACl.S, (.UKNILLEi Ualr& Straw fONNETS 

BJNNEf lilBRONS, SUk 4 Crape 

TRIMMING " HEAD DRESSES, 

VELVET " ■ HAIR >F,TS, 

QLILLED " VAILS, 

Bonnet & hat FRAM£S,Boncet ORNAMENTS, 

SAKS, CrOAKS, 

FEAIHKRS, MANTILLAS, 

FR'-NCn FLOWERS, HI \WLS, 

AMEKICAN ■' CAP TRIMMI.VGS, &c. 

N. H.— >ir3 Lygo, having a large assortment of 
Qjods, is now r'ady to supply 

WHOLESALE DEALERS 

as low as Chicago prices, sa>-ing time and expen 
ses to customer*, and receiving goods daily, of 
the very latest bfyli's. 

Fluting ! Fluting ! 

The best quality and lowest prices. spr25tf 

St. Paul. April 24, 18il5. 



Be It known to every lady in the Stale that we 
have a «>tock of Mil inery such as cannot be lound 
la any other house in the City. We think we 
can afford a little to every family In Minnesota, 
and at prices that musr pltasc tiie buy rs. having 

Purchased Before the Late Advance. 

Wc liavea choice stock of 
rH«,Y G^OOI>i9 

Just opened. 

Our Cloak Department 

is well supplied with 'he htest designs. 
Di'ees and Cloalc Trimmings, 
^ very new; 

HEADDRESSES AND H EAD ORNAMENTS, 
the newest, with all tlione Fixings and fancy Ar- 
t'cles k-'pt in a Urst cass Millinery and Ladies' 
FUKNI^HiJMi^ iiTOKE. We will not lur 
'her enu'Jiera'e. Give us a call, or send your or- 
d»r-". Our ncwstock is In Ci'holic Llock, secood 
hinck below tlie bridge. Our German cu.«timprd 
will be glad tu lipar lliat we liavc obtained til" 
8i.'rvice.- if Miss Z'mmermaim, wbo will be happy 
to wait on them in ihofniure. 

Mrs. J. J. DUGAN. 
St. Paul, Miy 10, iNSo. 



"THERE IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL." 



Tarrant's Compound S^xtract 

CnJBEBS &; COPA-IGA, 

Is a sure certain and spody care for all diseases 
(f the Bladder, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, 
either in male or female, frtquent^y performing 
a pefect curt in the short aiace of three or four 
diys.md always in lees time than any other 
preparation, in the use o: T»rraat's C'^mpound 
extract of Cubeb's and Coraiba there is no ne^d 
of comtinem^nt or chang-t of dtet. Jn its ap- 
proved form ol a paste, it is entirely tistrlers, 
and causes no unjileasant sent-ation to the pa- 
ti-'nt, and no txp-'sure. Ills arknowlodned by 
the roo-it It-arnfil in fic p'ofesslpn tlia^ in the 
abcive class of di.'ta'es. Cub bs and Copnlba are 
the only two remedies known that can be relied 
upon uith any certainty of success. 

iar-ant's Compound Fjctractof Cubebs and Co 
palbaNEVi-.R SAILS I 

Manufictared only by 

TAmMAH-F * CO., 

278 Greoawlcii at., N<«w York. 
a^ Sold by Cxufglsts all over tbe World. 

myl7-ly 



Oi-t o;r A no]«TH— AoKNTs wantkd 

?PX^tleverywh( re to .nt'oduoe the improved 
shaie if Clark #20 Family Si-vtng hTachitm, the 
on/y lo "prio ' machin-) in th-* country whi h is 
licens-nl y <»rover a. Baker, Wtieele.r & WiUin, 
Howe, Sing;r 4 C..'.,and ttaih- Ider .-(2^ other 
macbiDe'i uow soil for le>s 'han forty do' lars 
each arA infringetnemtt.nwXUki sell r 'ted aMt 
ftT.^lUibU to fine and impritonment . s'aliry ana 
exp<!nses,or 1 'rge cominissioa, allowed llus- 
traiod <;irc lars -"ent free. Address SHAW fc 
CLAtUi, Uiddeford, Maije. ma21-d4r3mo 



' 



U.S.7 30 LOAN 



$230,000,000. 

By authority of he Secretary of the Treasury, 
the undersigned, tf e General Subscription Agent 
for the sale of Uni ^2d States Securities, offers to 
the public the third series of Treasury Notes, 
bearing seven end three-tenths per cent, interest 
per annum, known as the 

These cotes are i rsued under date oi July IS, 
18C5, and are payal le three years from t^at date 
in currency, or are convertible at the option of 
the holder into 

T7. S. 5-:>0 Six per cent. 
CK>XiD-BIlikJLZZira BOZn>B, 

These Bonds are now worth a handsome pre 
mium and are exempt, a<; are all the Govern 
m^nt Bonds, /rr»» State, County, ami Municipal 
taxation, ichich ai'.ls/rom one to thrte per cent, 
per annum to thei • value, according to the rate 
levied upon other property. Ihe interest is pay- 
able Brml-aannally by coupons attached to each 
note, which may ba cut off and sold io any bank 
or banker. 

The Interest at 7.30 per cent, 
amounts to 

On« c«>Bt pvr dajr on m 4ftO »«(«. 
Xwo cenw " " '• $100 '' 

X«.a w •* « »■ $MM> " 
SO f .> .» 4il,0<»0 " 

♦1 " " " $a,ooo '♦ 

Note; of all the denominations tamed will be 
promptly furnishei I upon receipt of eubscriptions. 

The Notes of this Third Series are precisely 
similar in form an i privileges to the Seven- Tbir- 
t'es alread' sold, except that the Government 
reserves to itse f t:ie option of pay leg interest in 
gold coin at 6 p^t cent., instead rf 7 S-lOths in 
cur.er.cy. Sub.^cr bers will deduct the interest 
in currency up to July 15th, at tho time when 
they subscribe. 

The delivery of 'he notes ofthis third series of 
the Seven-thirties w'il commence on the Ist of 
June, and will be made promptly and continu- 
outly after that date. 

Tlie slight change made in tlie conditions of 
thisTUIRDSER ES affects only the matter of 
interest. The payment ia gold, if made, will be 
equivalent to the < urrency interest of the higher 
rate. 

The return to specie payments, in the event of 
which only will th s option to pay interert :n Gold 
be availed of, woui d so reduce and equalize pricer 
that purchases mi de with six percent, in gold 
wou'd be fully equal to those m^de with seven 
end three-tenths per cent. In currency. This Is 

THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET 

Now offered by th y Government, and its superior 
advantages make It tbe 

Great Popular Loan of the People. 

Les3 than $230 COD,OiO of the Loan authorized 
by Congress are nc won the market. This amount, 
at the rate at which it U being absorbed, will be 
subscribed for wit lin sixty days, when the notes 
will undoubtedly com^nand a iremiuDi,aa has 
uniformly tieen th ^ case on closiag the lubscrip- 
tions to other Lc; ns. 

In order that cit rens of every town and section 
of the country mty be afforded fuoiiities lor tak- 
ing the Luan, the National Banks, State Banks, 
and Private Bankers throughout the country 
hive gt»nerally ngiecd to receive 'ubsciiptions at 
par. Subscr bers will select their own agents, 
In whcm they hav : confldeuce, and who only are 
to be responiiible lor the d. livery of the notes for 
which they receiv ? orders. 

J'ay cooKe:. 

^ Subsciiption Agcut, Phila<ielphia, 

May 15, 1«65. 



Svg <Sk»04^ 



SCBSCKIfTIOK!, WILT. BK BRCEIVKD by the 

First National I ank of St. Paul. 
Mecond Nationa Bank of St. Paul. 
First National £aok ol Winona. 
First National Eank of Hastingii. 
First National 1 ank of Minneapolis. 
National Exchange Bankoi'SIioneapoliSi 
First National I:ankof New I'lm. 
First National Bank of Rochester, 
mavu tl-agiti* 

The Nintii National Bank 

OFTHHCITVOFNEWYORK. ■ 
CAPfTAK., 4l,4'Oe,000 PAID IIV. 

FISCAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 
BNT KOK Jay Cooke, £"jb- 
IPTIOS Agkst, 

30 X^ofrit fr«-* ofc1t»rfc* 

parts of ".he country, and re- 
checks on New Yo'-'r. Phila- 
a. current bills, and til flT<^ per 
■?, with interest to (lite of sub- 
sent bv mail will be promptly 
receives 1lleaccount^ ul Banks 
verable terms; also of Individ- 
York account'!, 
hier. J.U. ORVIS.Pres't. 



AndSfkcial Ac 

8CB 
Vrilld«liTer7- 

bv express. In al 
celve in payment 
delphia and Rosto 
cent, interest noti 
i)cription. Orden 
fl.Ied. This Buna 
and Bankfts on fa 
uals keeping Mew 
J. T. HILL Cai 



1865. 



St.EDS. 1865 



Seeds ! He*?d.s ! 

(JARDEN, GRAiS AND SLOWER SEEDS I 



DAI & JENKS, 

DRUGrGlS'CiS, SAINT L^'AJJJL., 

JKALKJiS lU 

GBASS SEED.S— Timothy, Clover, Red Top 
Hungarian, Blue Grass, Orchard and Lnwii 
Grass. 

GARDEN SEEDiJ— By the Pound, Box, or Pa- 
per, in great vitlety. 

FLOWER SEED)— The largest and best assort- 
ment in this State. 

RUTA BAGA anl TCRNIP SEED, Wholesale 
and Retail. ap6-dAw3m 



WA!VTK»- 
irodace t'l' 
works: "I he life 
ogruphy and lli-t<. 
"Museum of Wc 
Dloit«." Agent* : 
from twenty to th 
For terms call o: 



malO 3in 



131 Clark 



Agents in every county, to in- 
; KiDo'wing new and popu'ar 
of Washington," ".Sacred Bi 
ri," "Chrlsuan Uoice," »nd 
iidcrfiil Adventures and Ex- 
ire making npi-dld reporis 
rty orders per day. 
1 or address, with r tamp, 

O.B. GIBBS, 
it., Chicago, lU P.O. Box liOS. 



N^ 



FA.MXL.Y G 

WE have Just opi 

Halford'8 old stan 

and Olive Streets 

JTABtAI 

We will keep oe 
very l>e8t goods t 
trade of the old flr 

We also keep oi 
which we will sell 

nav so 6mo. 



rROCKRY fSTOKK 

ned in Messrs, Hotitean a 
1, on the corner of Seventh 
, aa entire Nkw Stock ol 
Y «ROCKR<KS. 

Iiand a full assortment of tho 
J be found. Wc solicit tbf 
n and the public generally. 

hand a full stock of Produce, 
at the lowest market price, 
LINCK $t BRO. 



LOW RBI lomhek: 

GROCKRriJS Sc PROVISION-8 

Have f.il'en until- t would'feem that they have 
reached tlio iMttoin. We w il continue to Fell at 
the lowest figures until they make another start 
lower down. We have on hand a nice stock of 



COFIES. 
Canned Fruits, 
Oysters, 
Carlion Oil, 
Cheote, 
Petal .x-s, 
Corn Meal, 
Baakets, 
Remember fie j 
Bite the Big Clock 
D 

St. Paul, April : 



TEAS, SUGARS, 

Dried Emits, d olden ><yru8. 
Pickles, f ugar H. Syrup, 

Egg<, Butter, 

Aoples, Obions, 

Turnip), vitmr, 

Bu kw. Hour, Tubs, 
Broom'<, Pails, »c., Ac. 

Itoe— on Jackson street, oppo- 
, where Wimb^sh kept. 
CGAN RUNNETlEftCO. 
5, 1865. marl7-yl 



-IT^OOn, VjVK AMD I.KMB. 

O. A. ]=»RESOOTT, 

[Successor to PENNY k, MEAGHAM,] 
, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

"Wood, H.eiy &, X^ime. 

Wood sawed, 8| lit and delivered In any qnanti 

tity. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 

Office and Yard, comer Fourth and St. Peter 

streets. 

C. A. PEBSCOTT. 
aprlA-3m 



^■"-w 


FAIBBANK'8 




STANDARD 


SOA Li£;8 



NElXr GOODS ! 



Are receiving by express fi-om tbe lata 

PANIC AUCTION SALES 

IN3NEW YORK. 

or 

AND 

UDIES' DRESS GOODS, 

OIA. L I O O K S . 

6R0WI & BlEAtHED EWm 

A!ND 

HOOP SKIRTS I 

which, together;with aa 
EXXE1V8XVE iSXOCK 

DRY [GOODS, 

they;will sell at thk 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

Those who want Dry Goods should t>e sure and 

call at 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO.'S 




OF AM Knrna, 

' idio, WarehosMTraoks, L«ttei 
Prneaes, ltc.,fco. 
FAIRBAN i :S ,QKEENLEAF fc CO., 
irtLakeSUcet.Chiaago. ForsalelaSt.rftil 
by J. C. fc H. C. liurb^ fc Co, 
Be oarafol to bv r only tba K«B»ia«. aU 



septl-ly 



ST. PAUL, MIKN. 



NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES I 



Are receiving by Express 

Large Additions to their Stock, 

consisting of all the Doveltiee bs 

Foreign & Pomesiic Dry Goods. 



Having made onr purchases under the mast 
ikvorable circumstances, we are enabled to oifer 
a line of goods which will be attractive to all who 
seek lor the New, the Beaaiiful aod tbe Good. 

Tendering our thanks for the liberal patronage 
bestowed upon us in the past, we would respect- 
fully solicit a continuance of the samc-with the 
asfinrance that it shall be oar aim to make alt 
buBineas transactions both pleasant and proOta- 
ble to tte buyer. 

Remember the "Old House," 

No 13i£1'liir<lHt. 

St. Pan], April 6, ltsr>5. apl-ly 




■r- 
•TVI.KS or 

SPRING DRESS GOODS, 

PHIIVTS, 

DEL^IIVEIS. f 

JUST BSCKKVKI* BY EXPRBtV, 

AND WILL BE 

Sold at iPanie Prices, at 
r.. O. BURT'S, 

!«• Tkird •tree*, Bt. raal, 

deoil-ly 

J. L FOREPAIIGH & €0., 

Thompson's Sloclc, 3d Street^ 
Saint Paul, Sfinnesota. 

THE ONLY EXCLUSIVELY 

WHOlEmE Bill' GM MM 

In Minnesota. 

WE ABE JUSr RKCEIVING OUR 

NEW 8PRIIVO STOCK 

and would ca'il the attention of bnyera to the fact 
that having made our purchases at the time of the 

X.«i,te Grreat Deoliii9 

and principally ft-om the large 

Anction Sales at New York, 

we can offer our customers BETTER BARGAINS 
than they can get in any market west 
of New York. 
Onr assortment of gnods is very extensive, and 
comprises all varieties in 

r>«,"^ c}-ooi>s 

▲HO 

Yankee NottonH. 

We respec'iully solicit an examination of our 
oods and prices. 

J. L. FOREPACGH. 
la. AUEKBACU. 

St. Paul April 22, ISM. tp23 ly 



DYSPEPSIA AND PITS ! 

WWTa — A »mv* C«r« for these distrt^ssing 

— oomplaints is now made known in a 
IF*TS— Treatise on Foreign and Native Herbal 

— preparations, pnbiishpd by Doctor O. 
F***— PHKl.f^S BKOWN. The pre!>cription 

— was furnished t im in such a providen- 
VKTU — tial manner tbat 1 e cannot conscieo- 

— tionsly r»fase to make it known, as It 
VXTA— has cured everi body who has ased it, 

— never having failed Id a sioglH case It 
CIVI^— is equally i<ure in 08«es of Fits as of 

— D>8pfp.-iii, and the ingiedients may be 
flTB — rtbtained Oom anv Druggist Mvsst 

— fsw* to all on receipt of li>e c<>nu to 
VKTA— pre-pav postage, fco. Address Dr. O, 

—f HELPS BROWN, No. 19 Grand St., 
ra»-JerMy City, N.J. myiMMfc^itw 



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INSURANCE AGENT. 

Miotropolitan, Ne-w York 

Capital 1.300.000. 

Surplu ...$500,000. 



ILiorillajrcl, 

Capital 

Surplus 



Ne-vr 



Yorlc. 

1500,000. 
fV50,000. 



Home Iiifiiu]ra,ii<}e Oo. 

CapiUl #500 000. 

tiurplus. $i;6,00'J. 

j^utua.1 Benefit X^to. 

Aasiits $7,000,000. 

19 1 Third street, St. Paul. 

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FIRE AND MARINE 



failr^atltfa 



CURTIS & ETHERIDGE, 

191 TliirdiSt.. St. Paul. 



The aggregate capital of Fire lasuranoe repre- 
sent 'd by us amounts to 

$13,600,243.56. 

All loBi>«s in the State am settled by as as boob 
as proofs are prepared. 

Goods a^d Merchandise 

INSUBED WHILE IM TRABSIT, 

Both on rirer and lakea. We hope, by prompt 
attention to every branch of the insuranoe busi- 
ness, to merit tbe conUdenoe and patronage of 
the pubUo. 

Ourtis <& Ktheridge. 
octWdiy ^ 

~~ BROOKL.YIV 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Montague Slrett {near Court), 

BROOKLYN-, NK^W YORK, 

Aad lAl Broadway, Mew York. 



CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 



0!t THE KlTTirAI. PX.A1V. 

Elslity per cent, of the proflts go to the assured. 
The directors of i his sound and reliable insti- 
tution are compose*! t f the most substantial ■ Itl- 
»en8 of Br oklyn an-l New York. Kxtra induct^ 
ments are ofler^d by this Company for those 
seeking Life Insurance. 

CdBlSriAN BDUCK, President. 

KirH^i^n H. HARniso, Secretary. 
R. CiOnuOM, Gen. Agent for MinneBota. 
A. «. IBJBISBtltE, Medical Examiner. 

St. Paul. March l>. 18«5. mchlO 3m 

[SAIIST PAUL 
FIRE AND MARIISTE 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 



f»t Paul, Miianesota. 



r>[RECTOR8: 

,1. C. Bui'bank, Pz'e.sident 



DAVID »>AT. 
JOHN K(COL>lS. 
JNO. L. Sli-KrtlAM, 
JOHM 3. PRINCE, 
TUEO. BORUP, 



HORACfcTaOMPSOlNGKO. L. 
STOCKHOLt KB8, 



PETER BERIvET, 
W. F.UAVID.JON. 
W. r. MURRAY, 
WILLIAM lEE, 
E. F. I'UvKE, 

FABWELL. 



Davtd Day. 
John L. Merriam, 
R Blakelly. 
.1. t\ Hurkank, 
r. F Ch<'rritree, 
Frank B. Ka-^we!!. 
'eorge L. Farwell, 
Wilii tn 1 ee, 
r. F. McCJuilUn, 
Anthony Kelle>, 
A. M. M«uler. 
H. C. Bulbank, 

A. J. (iciodrich, 
Morris I amprey, 

B. B-uupfe, 
P. U. Kejlev, 
D. L>. M irrill, 
llipo. Bonip, 
O. .M. Uai ey, 

C. D. Strong, 



John NicoN. 
.lohn S. Prince. 
Horrac-i Thompron, 
J E. Thompson, 
W. B. Ofan, 
Peter Be key. 
Wm. l*hod»s, 
Wm. V. Uavidfon 
P. .S. Davidson, 
HT. P. Murray. 
H. L. Ho 8, 
Wm. A. S^encer, 

C. V. May-, 
J.C. Ragiiet, 
K. K. Drake. 

D. C. Greenlrnf, 
8. K. Putnam, 
.^. R. ChatnpUn, 
.losep'i Daily, 
C. W. Carpenter, 
Lorenza Allis, 
A. U Cathcart. 



Geo n. Edgerton, 
B. Preslfl> . 

The abOvfl Company is now prepared to Issue 
Fire and IMCai-ine Policies 

AT CURRENT RATES. 

a. s. 



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EATOir. 

Secretary. 



JULIUS BAUER & CO. 




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foreg lin? tracB of land, sit 



uate in ttieCo .nty of Hanabec, and State ot Mn- 
ne«ot«, for the ears A. D. IWi-l and iJ^tH, iiave 
been returneil as deilnju -nt. 

M'W, th«-re'ore. no'ice is hereby given tint the 
wbol* of the several t'.ie s of land con'.aiLed in 
th* for-'go'og '!8t, or so much thereof as sriall b- 
nVces-ary to pay the taxes and leralty cha-g.-fl 
the.-eon. for tbe years A. D. l-^VSand 18fi», will 
b« soU at the ( ouiity Auditor's ofBce, lathe 
town oi Brunswick, iii'sii-i county or K«ne-Bc, 
on th" lirft Monday of June next, the same oeinjf 
the third day of .June, A. D. 1«'>5, by iheCoun'y 
'Ireaoircr ot said county, unle-s such taxes am 
uenalty be paid tH'fore that lime 
^ ' *^ ti. W. NESBtrr. 

Auditor of Kanabej Co'inty. 

Brunswick, Minn., Airil l.t, l>6r.. aprlS 



STRSX DIVISION' 

ST. PAUL & PACIFIC R. R 

On aad after MONDAY, NOVKMBES 7tb. 
PasBcnger Tralni wU run as followi : 

MORNIMQ. 

Leaves St.Panl S:0«^,ii. 

Leaves Ut. Anthony. .... 8:45 a.m. 

Leaves Kaaomln 0:to a. x. 

Leaves Anoka.. ......•.•*••■..•..•.. ...9 :45 a.m. 

lieaves Itasca 10:06 a.m. 

Arrive at Elk Biver 10 :26a, M. 

EYKNINO. 

Leaves St. Paul S.»>p.ii 

Leaves St. Anthony 4-J(0p. » 

Leaves Manomin 4:4Sr, K 

[.eaves Anoka S:3Sr. M 

Leaves Itasca 

Arrive at Elk River 

OOIXe KAST, 

MORNING. 

Leaves Elk River 

Leaves Itasca 

Leaves Anoka.* ................... 

Leaves Manomin... ...... ......... 

Leaves St. Anthony • 

Arive atSt.Panl 

KVENING. 

Leaves Elk River »:25p.m 

Leaves Itasca S:45 p. ai 

I.eaves Anoka biIop. » 

Leaves Manomin..... 4 :45 p. v 

Leaves St. Anthony ............5:16 p. n 

Arrive at St. PanI .................6 :6S f.m 

TICKETS must be pnrohased at the Stations, 
or an extra rate will be collected by the Con- 
daotor, 

]»AU<Y VBKIfiHT XRA.UIS. 

A.M. 
P.M. 

SnpH. 



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PUBLISUXD DAILT,TBI-WKXKXT ABD WBBKLT. 

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THE YELLOW FEVER PLOT. 



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New Route East aud South 

VIA 

Rochester and Winona and St. Peter 

HAILROAO. 

A Passenger train leaves Rochester dally at 7 : 
80 A. M . arriving at W Inona at 5 o'clock, P. x., 
oonnecting with the 

Minnesota Stage Co.'b Line 

for LaCroBse. 

Eetuming, leaves Winona at 8:30 P. x., arriv- 
ing at Rochester at 10 p. m 

Passengers by thlB route stop over night at 
Rochester and make the same time to and from 
lit. Ptnl as by the River Route. 

For Tickets apply to the Minnesota Stage 
Con pany's Office. 

JOHN NEWELL, 

deolBtf »ap«»rl««S»oJ«o«. 

FIRST ]»msio9 wnt.rA.wtt jjii» 
PACIFIC RAILROAD, 
LAHD DKP'T, MAIH AMD Brahch Lihbs, ) 

St. Paul, Sept. 16, 1864. 1 

NOTICE 
TO ^ETTLER8 ON R.R. LINDS 

All persons claiming land at Government price 
who reside In the Townships named below, are 
hereby notified that the Company has ao<julred 
the fee to the Railroad lands located in said 
Townships, and they are hereby required to make 
proof of their right to the lands oc<-upied by 
them, and make payment therefor aocording to 
the laws regniating the same. 

Range. 

Towns 81, S2, 120- .............................21 

Towns 31, ?X, 33,120 22 

Towns 81, 32, 8.1, 84, lt», 120 SS 

Towns 31. 32, 33, 34, 35, 118, 110, 120, and Sec- 
tions l,6,and7, of Town 117 24 

Seotions 1, .1.6, 7,9, 11, 15, 17, of Town 117 26 

And whole Towns 1 18, 119, 120, 121, 32, 33, 34, 

Sections' ii'3,'6,' 7, (j.'ll, 13^ 18, V7, of Town 

117 ■ •■••••■■••*•••••■••■>••■■••■••■••■•••■••• •4ti 
Sections 1, 11, 13, 23. 29, .15, of Down 118.... 26 

Sections 1, 11, 13,23, 25, 35, of Town 119 26 

Whole Towns 120. «1,S3, 84, .15 26 

Sections 1,3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 28, of 

Town 117 37 

Whole Towns 120, 121 27 

GEO. L.BECKER, 

«et)1«-tf Land romml'slonnr. 



SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

A healthy tonio, gentle stimulant and uneoualled 
morning appt^tizer. Pre>are<i in ripeoUlBour 
bon. Being now used to the ^^xolusion of all 
other Bitter* In more than fifty United States 
Army Hospitals, and millions o' private fami 
lies, and is the only popular medicine which has 
be.-n especially kxemptki) fkom stamp tax by 
the United ;>tates govemrocnt, on the ground ol 
Its having reen a(M>ptad aa a standard bkxkut 
by the medical profession. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 

4^1 hey are made of in)rr<jdientg well known 
and approvert by the medioiil profession, as hav- 
ing powerlul tonic properties, are both palatable 
and plrasaiit, with sulucient strengtfieuing pro- 
perties to O'lrrect the bilious derangement of the 
system, anil act like a charm v hen taken accord- 
ing to direction, as a r'-m.'dyffir the following 
diseases: — Indigestion, i>>sf.e^)Bia, Jaundice, 
LJver Affections, Loss of Appotite, Lowness of 
Spirit, Sallow Cumpicxiur . 



The Detroit Tribune publishes a Iohr 
article giving important additional light 
upon the subject of the Yellow Fever 
Plot. It says that some of the goods 
were entrusted to a man named Harris, 
and they were actually brought to Boston, 
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and 
Washington. At Philadelphia he had the 
infected goods sent to the American Ho- 
tel, where he stopped. At Baltimore, a 
relative attempted to dissuade him from 
the enterprise, without success. He here 
sorted the goods at the Fountain House, 
smoothing them out so th«y would sell 
better. Being short of money, he now 
returned to Toronto, where he arrived 
about August oth. Dr. Blackburn was 
at Niagara Falls in company with Mc- 
Gregor, Holcorab, C. C. Clay and S. S. 
Preston. Dr. B. gave him on his appli- 
cation, $100 in gold, which he borrowed 
of Preston. McGregor, now in Havana, 
greatly encouraged him, and told him his 
fortune was made, and that on his return 
he would surely receive the promised 
$60,000. We give Harris' statement in 
hia own words : 

TIlK GOODS SOLD IN WASHINGTON. 

"After my return from Toronto and 
Niagara, I took five of the eight trunks 
that I had re-packed, and took them to 
Wall & Co., auctioneers, corner of Penn- 
sylvania avenue and Seventh street, 
Washington ; I have the receipt and let- 
ters received from them at Toronto by 
me in relation to the sale. 

[Harris attempted to accompany the 
goods to Norfolk and Newbern, but was 
prevented by General Butler's non-inter- 
course orders, but he made arrangements 
with a sutler named Myers, of Boston, 
to sell the small trunk in Norfolk, and 
the other two in Newborn, the proceeds 
to be forworded to Baltimore. He gave 
as a reason for sales at those special 
points, that he wanted to test the market, 
and if these went of well he would have 
many more to sell. 

One trunk contained 70 shirts, 6 coats 
— the others 150 and 25 shirts respective- 
ly. After this arrangement with the sut- 
ler, Harris returned to Toronto. Dr. 
Blackburn telegraphed from Montreal to 
meet him there, and he set out for that 
city. "At the Hamilton depot," says 
Harris, "I met Holcomb andC. C. Clay ; 
shoot hands with me and congratulated 
me on making an mdependent fortune. 
Holcomb said the Confederate Govern- 
ment had appropriated $200,000 to car- 
ry the expedition through " We again 
quote Harris' narrative ; 



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B>aACK B. BtOKLOW GKRRITLBAFCLAKK. 

ATTOBSKYS fc COUNSELLOES AT LAW. 

Cffice in Bernheim^r.Block, Third street, 
apl-Cm S^- ^"^"^ Minn. 

NOTICE. 

Minnesota Central Railway Co. 

•r,":e Annual Election for Directors in the Min- 
nesota! entral Railway Company will be held at 
the office of th? Company, in MinneaporB, Min- 
nesota, on Thursday Jane ?.^d, I8A5, at 11 o'clock 

A.M. 

C. P. GILPIW, 

l9tJoa(>-4t.oA.w, Secretary 



"WAREROOMS, 

90 Bouth Clark and' 89 

Washington- St . , 
c^icAeo, ii.i:.nroEii 

Macnfactnrers and Importers of 

I\Iusica,l Instm.in.eiits 

STRINGS. VIOLINS. 

DRUMS, ACCORDEONS, 

CrARINETS, GUITARS, 
Brass Instniments, 

AND OTHER MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. 

J^ Haying connection with Mannfaeturlng 
Honses in Berlin, Leipsic, Dresden, England and 
Paris, M9 are prepared to famish DEALERS, 
BANDS and INDmoUALS. with every article 
n this line, at the lowbst xANvrAcrusKKB 
prices. 

WHOLRSALE AGENTS FOR 

PIANO FOHTES 

OF THK rOLLOWiaO MAIirFACTUBKKS, 

fVM.l£9IARE dc CO.. Baltlaaere, 
BOAIKDnA-'V & enAY. Albany, 
A. H. CiALE * CO.. Sow York, 

80EBLER dc 8.ttITH, " 

ALSO, AOKNTB FOB 

PKIlSrCE^S M ELODEONS 
Organs and Harmoniums, 

I DBALKRS nr 

Piano stools. Spreads, &o. 

We have the LARGEST and BEST ASSORT- 
ED ST >Cli of PIANOS IN THE CITY, which 
for FoA-er and Sweetness cf Tone, Eay and 
Ascreeable Touch, and Beauty of Finish, have, by 
jud^'M, b<^en pronounced unrivaUeii. 

A f to t'le relative merits of our PIANOS, we 
would refer to the Certificates of Excellenc<', in 
our possession, from Thai.bkro, Gottschalk, 
Strakosch, G. Sattvk, H. Vieuxtkmps, 
Ivtjris Staip. and E. Muzio, Musical Director of 
the Italian Opera, as also from .-<oiae of the n ost 
dittiaguishea Frofessors and Amateurs in the 
country. All Instruments of our manufacture 
have the full Iron frame, and are gtutranteed Jor 
(foe uffrs. 

Iff I'articnlar attention paid to the selection 
of Instruments for distant orders, and a privilexe 
of exctiange ((ranted at any time v ithin six 
months, if the Instrnments should not prove en- 
tirely satisfactory. A liberal ftisnount to Clergy- 
men, li-ach"rs and Schools. Terms Ht)eral. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS »llltind it to their 
advaiitdRf to give us a call, as by greatlv increas- 
ed faciiities, we are enabled to flllall orders with 
dispatch. 

j^I'crsons In want ot a RE ALLY FIK8T 
Cl'ASS IMANO, will do well to call before par- 
chaBln.T elsewhere. 

RBnKXBKR TUB PX^CJB, 

JULIUS BiUER & CO., 

89 S. Clark & 82 Washlngton-St. 

av Kend for a CIronlar . lo24-tathftsat 

BOOKS 

for Beoords or Ao 
vonnti. Bade to order in the b«Bt manner, at tlis 
PBE88" BINDUT. 



SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

FOR 
Headache, Costlveness, and kindred diseases, 
arising from a disordered condition of the Stom- 
ach, Liver, or Bowels. Let every one try these 
agreeable liitters ; once tried and used, they will 
recommend them with confidence tt> ail others 
who are in need of a wholesome, agreeable and 
effectual tonic. The rapidly increasing demand 
for these Bitters has induced me to give them 
publicity, so that thousands who have not • sed 
them, may try them and be convinced of their 
efficacy. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

0^ Ladies, who nave tried and found most oth 
cr "Stomach Bitters" too bitter, unpalatable and 
too hi^'hly medicated for their delicate tas»e, 
please «ive these, a trial, and yon will not be 
without them. They will give tone tu the stom- 
ach, u mi strength to ihe whole system. Af II 
ybur drugjfist or tradesman has not got these 
Bitters, liave him send for them. 4^i£emem. 
ber the name, and take no other, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

tJrTtxe composition oi j^r. Swain's Bitters, 
having b<'en made pu ^llc Itirough the columns 01 
Mediod Journals, and having beern aoopted as a 
standard remedy by the Medical l"rofession, are 
by the decision of the Commissioner ol la'ernai 
Bevenue, EXEMPT FKOM STAMP DUTY. 
DR. C.H.IilVAAlf,JRroprl«ior. 

nmoiM _ J '"* B'oadway, New York. 
UFFicBs. j 3^ South Water-tit., Chicago. 

C. A. COOK, General Agent for the West, Cfflcei 
S6 Market Street, Chicago. 



I did not go to Montreal because I 
had DO money ; I so wrote Blackburn ; b<: 
came up on tbe next train. 7 his was on 
tbe 1-lth of August ; I got home on the 
13th ; he came to my house about 12 p. 
M., with Bennett H Young, now a pris- 
oner at Toronto ; he knocked, and I look- 
ed out through the curtain ; Blackburn 
said, 'Harris, open tbe door; you are 
like all tbe men who have done wrong, 
airaid the devil is after you.' 

1 went <iowD ; be was glad I was back ; 
if they bad caught me I wboulJ have been 
hung, sure; asked if the big trunk No. 2 
was sold in Washington ; he said that 
was right, for it would kill all in town. I 
went to Thompson next morniiig and 
asked for money. He said Dr. Black 
burn bad authorized him to pay me some 
money when I bad a bill of sale showing 
I bad disposed of the goods. 

It seems that the attempt was a par^ 
tial suocess, ior the witness testided that 
Clay, Thompson, Blackburn and others of 
the conspirators conaratulated themselves 
on their succes at Ncwbren, and wonder- 
ed why the yellow fever had not taken 
in other places. 

When at Niagara, McGregor, Clay, 
Holcomb, Preston and Dr. Blackburn, 
said they would raise a million dollars, 
bring au immense ({uantity of shirt.s 
and underclothes, infeot them with small 
pox and diseases which would rago in 
cold climates ; yellow fever lor Southern 
towns ; send the goods to Liverpool and 
tranship tbein from there to various 
places in the Not th; they would employ 
me to superintend it all ; some would be 
distributed by sending $1,000 worth ol 
goods to tbe Sanitary Commission at 
Philadelphia, New York, Boston and 
Washington. 

Ill tbe testimony of Harris, he states 
that an attempt was made to kill Presi- 
dent Lincoln by sending him as a present 
a valise with clothing infected with small 
pox and yellow fever. He refused to do 
so, and the trunk wirb a letter was left in 
bis po.ssession. He was instructed by 
Dr. Blackburn that if be opened tbe va- 
lise he must smoke two or three cigars 
strongly* impregnated with camphor, to 
avoid infection. 

Of course Harris was duped in bis ex- 
pectations of large sums of money, and 
when these failed be soon became dis- 
gusted with his employers and left them. 
He has since been induced to make tbe 
confession of which the above is a mate- 
rial portion. There is other strong con- 
firmatory evidence of its truth. 



-WB WOULD BB8PECTFULLY 

oall tha attaattOB of ow old oastomeri, aad Um 

pablle gaaoraUy to the foUowlas advertls«aMBt, 

oomprislng some of the leading artloles, whioh, 

(with iBoreased £iaiUtles,) we offer to the trade : 

MM> bbU. Beotlfled Whisky. 

!•• bbli. Old Bye and Boorboa Whisky. 

10 bbls. Holland Qla. 

«• bbls. Neatral Spirits. 

!• pipes and elghttu do. Cognlao Brandy.1 

U 3i pipes Cherry, Madeira and Port Wise. 

»0 baskets Champagne 

•• oases Claret and Santeme Win*. 

••• IC ohoioe brands Cifars. 

••• oases Gove Oysters. 

»• oases J( and K Sardlaes. 

ftO packages PraneS; 

!• bbls. Zante Carrants. 

*• hogsheads Brown Sagw. 

S»« bbls. Befined Sugar. 

••• packages Molasses and SyripM 

SA bags Pepper and Spioe. 

9i9 boxes Qovernment do., assorted. 

»0«MQ.D.Caps. 

1000 Bcoks Salt, 

MOOOlbs. Bar Lead. 

109 boxes Babbitt's and Oe Land's 
l«Oe kegs of Nails and Spikes, 

»<>• twxes asBorted Window QlasaJ 

Sft eases Flasks. 

»•• ooUs ManlUa Bope] 

!•« dosea Bed Cords. 

SS pairs assorted Blocks. 

»• bales Oaknm. 

1<» barrels Pltoh 

1«M»« pankages Wagoa CKMr. 

\99 barrels Carben Oil. 

»•• dosen Painted Pails and I'nbs, 

lOO barrels Dried rrolts, assorted. 

••• packages assorted Teas. 

•ft sacks Bio Coffee. 

!«• barrels Qronnd Coffee. 

•• sacka Old Oovemment Java Coffee. 

pacaages, assorted brands. Ping Tobacoo. 

barrels Fine Cnt Smoking Tobae 
•*• kegs Qold Leaf Tobaooo. 
«»• boxes Soap. 
••O ooxes assorted Candles. 

" S ^M I^ LE 8" 

Of the above artloles oar friends wlU always 

And as ready and willing to 

shew thea. 

J. C. ft H. C. BTTKBANK & Co. 



COOLET, CARVER & CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 

IMPORTERS ANT> DEAXiEf IS IN 

FOREIGN AJJfD DOMESTIC LIQUCRS, WmEB 

CIGARS, &C., &C. 

aJa<:lzson Street, betrvreen H^evee andmi.ird« 



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Su&JMTT F.A.T7XJ. 



AGhENT FOR 

Dupont's Celebrated Gr-unpo^vder. 

Blasting, Rifle, Diamond Grain, and Duck Sporting, 

20 KEaS HOLL-A-ND HICRRINa, 

2S Bl>l8. Older, 

Hungarian, Timolliy, and Clover Seed, 

40 SACKM l^IVEBPOOXi OROIJXD BAMjT. 

Oranges, Lemons, Fancy JPriones, Eigs, 

AMES' SUGAR-CUEUED HAMS; DRIED BERF. 
I3A.TS8, BOHKMIAN PKA.RSJ. 



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MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 



PAST FREIGHT LINE 



We woald again call the attention of Mer- 
chants to the indncements offered by this well- 
known Company for the 



Transportation 



*> Barrels New Dried Apples, "York State" 
and Ohio arowth. 

»» Boxprt W. K. Chi!eee. 

•to Half Boxce M. it. Baislns, New. 

20 Boxes Layers, New. 

A larne lot of New Garden Seeds. 
44M> Boxes Fancy Candy. 
X(M» boxeB New Canned Frnits. 

1> Kegs Hew Prunes. 



SS Bales best Navy OUcum. 
Xi Uarrels New Hominy. 
2A Kegs New Pearl larley, 
» Barrels New Split Peas. 
<M> HuHhele small white .\rair Beans, 
30 tlaU-barreU Wbi e tish. new. 
30 BatrelB and bali-t arrels Uaokerel, 
30 do do do UertiBg. 



A.n.d every ax^iole usually kept by a Cri^ooer. 

. P^XIESILlEY, ISO Tliird St., St. Paul. 

mohl-fim 



CUTTER, SECOMBE .fc CO., 

HAVIG £8TABLlSHKO A 

WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE 

la thlsolty, In oonneotlon with theit 

JPAJPlETt MJLJL., IIV ST. AJ^rHLON Y. 

And desire to ealltha attention of bnyeri to tbaU 

Immexise Stock or 

UEITKK, NOTE AMD CAT PAPEB, Eh vIXOPES, BOOK AMD NEWS F&INT, FLAT AVI 

ALL KINDS or WBAPPING PAPEKS, PBINTEBS' AND WBITIHQ INKS 

AND FLCIDS. 1 ENS, PENCILS, Ao., AO. 

Agents for 

GREENLEAF & TAYLOR'S MANUFACTUR[NG COMPANY 
We will sell as low as Eastern Jobbers witt. Freiglit added 

THK mGHEST MARKET PBICE IN CASH PAID FOB 
PAFEB RAGS, ROPE, GUNNIES & OLD irEWSPAFERS. 



of Freight 

NEW YORK & BOSTON 

TO THE TV1ES8T, 

Running Their Own Cars 

orer the entire rente, aad 

HkWm THEIR OWN A6ENT8 

At all point* of trans-shipment, they are enabled 

To Make Better Time 

than any competinK rente. 

While their Rates are Always as Low 

aa AHT 

ALL-RAIL LINE 

OA> orrxB. 



It is a mistaten idea that this Company Is an 
"Express" Company, chaffing " ExpreMM" 
rates. By a comparison of their printed tarHT^, 
it will be seen that their rates are tke bomb as the 
regular Bail Boad£. 

G- » 0~O^E It S 

Will find it the best rente by which to ship their 
FIBST Be. SECOND CLASS GOODS, saving 
both time and wastcg'' arising from 
improper handling, an annoyance 
which is no email Item to 
bueinesB irtcn. 
Alt over-charges and claima rf every kind are 
settled on presentation at our olLce. tbut> saving 
Merchants tbe trouble and delay of a reference 
to Eastern Agents, who are proverbially dilato- 
ry, tf they even respond at all I 



■M:E:itcHLAJsrr» 

WUl do well to oall at either of onr Fastem oil* 
ces before making contracts elsewhere. 



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OfflLo* NO.Z90 TKiTd-St., St. Paul, Mlm. 



Coraer of Lower Levee and Sibley street. 



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St. raal. MInnoBOta. 



Mmt\htmtx$. 



Orover &. I3a,ker*s 

CKLKBR^TKD UIOnKSr PRIt3tIUM 

SEWING MACHINES 



THERE ARE MOKE OF THEM TN USE 

THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 
IN THE WORLD I 



Tuck, 



They will Stitch, Sara, Hera, Fell, 
Braid, Bind, Cord, and Quilt, and are 

The Only JMachiiie 

THAT WILL 

Embroider Beautifully^ 

Call and see them, at 

260, Qreenleaf's Block, 

THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

^nd ]\Iin.nesot£L Ho»prbnI. 

EST^mLlf^HED 1S50, FOR THE TREATMEMT OF 

nrSKASKS OF THE VRl'^AliY AST) S^XrM/. SYSTKMS, AKV IX- 

conponAPBo by tae leoislatvre in u\, office m con- 

CEIiT TIALL IILOCK—ne-iir the. Pm Ofi-e. 

iii. WILLI'-Mi*, the Consulting Surjeeon of fie Kbove Inntltuflon, hae 
just publii<lied a Marual of 8> xu&i Diseases, a lar^re b!>ok of MSO pages, and o\'er 
luOcngiavlngs. It Is Uip onlv tjook «'vpr piibisli'd v hicli pivps a truthful de 
coripf.on ol bpormatorrhpa, VeoPrral Di».'a8PP, FcraiJf" CompUintx, and all dis- 
eases ol tlif> urir.ary and repro<lultivP orj^anB of nu-n i.od wunifn of wliatevorna- 
tyr", iucli:dii'g til" solitary hab ts of both spxea, aid ttielr d'plorablc eonse- 
(Ju'encP" on tlip mind and bodv, lmpotonc>», lo«» of poorer, and the gecr*>t Inflrml 
lies of youlh and manhood, thp pliysiolooy of marriage, Ac, with ne<«-and bug- 
cp-isful uuaiioiUi uf truatni'.'nt for all the above caxei. Mailed in a plain sealed 
,.,- . for one dollar. 

lif Dpscrlptive tJIrcubrs co"t*inln* valuable information to the aClicted who wi*Y\ to avoid 
iii>acli"ry, matlpd in a oca od envelop on reoplpt of 10 cent". Also a pampli hI for ladips, price 6 cents. 
All communications coutidentisl. a' d will rp.nch tho consniting xiirKeon hi a'ldrPBiiing 

' THK C»AI.BI«IC INSriTC'TK, -^amt Paul, Minneiiota. 




wrapppr 



ATLaIu KIN^DS OF" 

MAOHINK WORK 

done, and satisfaction warranted. 

Silk Thread. Ooil. &c.. 



0C3S-1T 



For Sale. 

S. E. GEB, 
Oon'l Agent for Minnesota. 



piHiMCA«« 



SOLD IW ST. PAUL BY 

■. ^. BIOAS. DauooisT. 

|«»M-lTW ft «nn 



JUST RKOKIVKD! 

BT EXPBE&S. 

TBS MOST PRBFXOT AJf O.'COMPAOTl 

KLerosene I.«aiitei*n" 

Erer broaght to this mai ieu 

^rbolefiale and Ketoll, 

—a T— 

Crockery Importing House, 

1^0 ^lc lOl Tliir<l-St. 

sept to 

BORUJP &, OAJSES, 

Bankers and Exchange Dealers, 

GOODRICH BLOCK, THIRD ST., 

SAINT P AUL , MINN* 
X:8tal>li8laed in ISSl. 



Collections pavable in the City made free of 
cost and througnont the State free of charge t>e- 
yond actual expensPB Incurred. KemlttnFOM 
made the d ly after collection at the low>'-: rut- 
of Exchange. 

Orders for Land Warrants. State Warrants. 
United SUtes Bonds, County and City Bonds 
promptly executpd at the lowest rates. (Mty, 
County and State Taxes paid. State and United 
States Conpons paid at our Counter. 
References : 

Johnston Broe. A Co., 



B1.AXM. 
Of every description 



DoUner, Potter A Co., 

New York. 
Ki.'Bsm ACo.,If. Y. 
Roche Bros. A Ooffey, 

New York. 
Dreael A Co, PhiUdel- 



phia. 

cha 



Exchange Rank.Bost'n 
Spencer, Vila A Co., 

Boston. 
Brown, Shipley A Co., 

Liverpool, 



Haltimore 

Rtttter, Kcdioott ACo., 
Chlciigo. 

Bank of (jalena,Galena. 

Alien, CoppA Nesbitt, 
St. Lonls. 

Statp Savings Associa- 
tion, St. IvOuiH. 

Franz Uch. Schhiter & 
Sohn, Hamburg. 

A. Marcoard A Co. 
ParU. 

tUtM-M 



The Rebel Archives. 

The Times'' special, Ralei^b 18ih, says 
tbe arfliivfs of the rebel War Depart- 
•neiit, ^•;!r":;dered by Joe Johnston, 
reaubtMl that place o.i the 16th There 
are tighty-three boxes, total weight pro- 
bably eight tons, hliing six wagons. A 
bnx marked "Papers and books. Gen. 
Lee's headquarters," contiined original 
drafts oi Lue's reports of tbe battles and 
campaigns, and other papers ot the same 
description. The original report of the 
Gettysburg campaign was found in it, 
besides several other manuscripts in Gen. 
Lee^s own handwriting. Another box is 
marked "Official reports of battles," and 
labeled "Telegraph and telegraphic 
books." It will undoubtedly give a good 
deal of the history of tho recent wander- 
ings of tbe rebel government, a) some of 
the dispatches are bupposed to pertain to 
the secret service department. Four large 
twxep, containing flags and colors cap 
tnri (1 .'r. a different regiments in our ar- 
my, arc also included in the lot. 

Tic Vummeriiars Washington letter 
ai.nounces tbe arrival ot the rebel trchives. 
A iitrong clerical Icrcebas been detailed, 
and it is nut improbable strong proof 
may be secured of the complicity of Davis 
and associates with the assassination. 
Additional testimony has also been pro- 
cured from Canada, and there are strong 
indications Davis will be tried as acces- 
sory to President Lincoln's mu.'der. 



LILL & DIVERB^, 

BRE\VERS OF I 

XJIliJL4*S STOCK 

AMD 

Creixm. I*a,le A^le, 

PORTER AND BROWN STOUT. 

FOR SALE BY 



BUY YOUJ» TltUNKJr* 



FROM THE MANUKACIUIIKR, AND 



Save Freight & Store Profits 



C. P K O ^ L 

Baa OPKHKD A 

TRUNK MANUFACTORY! 

ASO IS At.80 XAKUfO TO ORDKS 

Buggy, Carriage & Team Harness. 

A Large variety always on hand. Also 

Valises and Traveliug Bags ! 



William Constans. 



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E UAVK I&BCKIVBU 

and lirst cIosb stock of new 



Arvu. 



The Largest Collar Manufactory 

IN THE NORTHWEST. 

Bigelow's Satin - Enameled 

Anew arilul'j ofinvfn'ion. Thin collar exceeds 
all o her paper coKnrg fur romrort, n<atnc8S and 
oconoin". AUo a large asMirtment. of 

Satin- Knamcled Garrotcs, Linen Pa- 
per Byrunx, and Liucu Paper 
Garrotes. 

Jjidiei Satin- r^nameled Collars and Cuffs; a 
now and convenient articla. The trade supplied 
at the lowest market prices. 

BlUELOW A CO., 
Manufacturers, 
niay7-3m 11 LaSalie stieet, Chicago. 



■vyiiSTCHESTEK HOUSE, 

Comer Broomo-St. and BoTT^err, 

NEW YORK. 

OntheJCnropeanplaa. AooonuBOdatleaafortw* 
bandred guests. 

|«SM} J. F. DABBOW, ProprtetoT 



BOOTS&SHOES 



Which we are selling at 



RKDXJCSD PRICKS 



By the ea*e or dozen. Merchants are urged to 
call and reoelre the advantages of a 



WHOLESALi: HOUSE. 



AImBO 

MILITARY SADDLERY I 

AG-TffiNT FOR 

Henry and Ballard Bifles 
and Cartridges. 

j»- REPAIRINO of all Wnos on TRUNKS, 
HAKNKSS, ac, neatly r nd prninj tiy don". 

Having corampupod inanufac;urin» all my own 
worli, 1 would respectfaily folicif a ehar<» of pub- 
lic patronage. My matprial is bought direct from 
tho nr«t hands, aud made up by good workmen 
under my own nianageraent, and hence I an> 

frepared to work k)W and make the be«t of work, 
have also conBtantly on hand 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 

and a large assortment of 

Saddlery Hard-ware 

t^ Remember, 

C PROAL. 




BnHUo, N. Y. 

A. H. X.IVnV«STOW, Agent, 
IKMurray St., N.Y. 

«. e. KEDDER, Agent 

79 VTashington Street, 
Boston, Maae. 



J. C. k H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Agkhts, Sairt Paul, Minn. 
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aianufacturcrs .ot Superior 

SOAP ANO CATS-I>t,Eei, 

Eagle street, near Upper lit;voe. 
HTGHIiST MARKET PBICE PAIE KOB 

Lara. Xalloi^ and Grea«e 

r..TiaArw. i |«ni ivi%-v 

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G-eneral CoxnnUaiKion. .A.Keiat«. 
Oaoe: Third atrtMt, Bridge Block. 



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laAAO Ai SAItKMt, 

Sorrayor A Engineer 



UNION BLOCK, Cor. 

janWly 



THIBD A BOBEBT Sts 



LKOJK ARO * •»•■■««. ■■IWB'ra.- 
Sliop In old Baptist Church BuUding on Fif>h 
street, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter 
work done to order. 



•HSIRB, Arckl«e>c<.— Olficd In th>> 

xame building as Lcora-d & Sheire's Car- 

on Fifth street, neir Jackson. De- 



M. 

p<»nter Shop, , ^ ,, .. . 

slgnit. Plana and spedfleitions for buildings ot cv 
»rv d»>Bcf1ption, prepared on .liort iiotic-« dooHvi 



DOCTOR BIGELOW. 

# OiBee 179 Soath Clark street, 9 

Corner of Monroe, CJSTXCult^O, 
Tomt Office Box. 10*. 



All Chronic aiul^exu- 
•1 DiBeaseB of a Rivate 
•nd Delicate Nature, 
treated with nnpnral- 
leled success. Dr.BiRe- 
Iow'b Guide to Health, 
for Udiea and gentle- 
men, la poblished 
monthly. Send tor It i f 
yon think the writings 
of a phyiician wboee 
reputation extends 
thron^umt the entire 



■WoBt ihonld be worth 
reading. It is sent in 
plain sealed envelopes, 
free of charge. Almost 
every case can be treat- 
ad by mail. Medicines 
Bent to any addreeB. 
toadies, send for de«Tip- 
ti ve Circular of Futane 
Renude, the lateBt and 
beet preventative of 
conception known. 



"GREENBACKS ARE COOOj" 

BUT KOUACK'SARE KETIEK. 

STOMACH BITTEB8. 

Ten thouHand bottle* 
sold in one month. The 
most popular Stomach 
Bitters in use, 

EOBACK'S BITTKES. 

Good for all derange- 
ni»>nt of the Stomach, 
lillioupneRH, Liver Com 

Elaint. and General De- 
Ility, 

EOBACK'S BITTEBS. 

They possees wonder- 
ful tonic propprties, giv 
ing tone to the appetite 
and digestlveorgaJiB. 

EOBACK'S BITTEBS, 

I>ehmtated'Ladles and 
ccdentary persons will 

nd in tUcm an excellent 
tonic. 

UOBACKS BITTERS. 

A wineglaHnfijI before each meal will remove 

tndigegti n atd all liver diseases. 

IWBACKS BITTERS. 

They are better than a 1 Fills, Powders, and othoi 

napt"-ous, disaf Tceahle compounde, 

KOBAOKS BIT1>,RS 
They can be taken wit hout regard to diet. As an 

app*^tizor th?y Jiave no equal. 

RUBACKS BITTERS. 

They are prepared by an old and skillfni physl- 

<^n from well-kn'c wn vegetable remedies. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 
Wherever known the y have become a standard 

family >tren?theninp remedy. 

RUBACKS BITTKRS. 
Try and youone bottl .>, wUi always use them and 
rccororaen< i them to others. 
ROBACKS BITTERS. 
O. W. KftBACK, Compounder of Stomach 
Bit'ers, I51ood Purifle-, and Blood Pills, and Dl»- 
tlUeraud Manufacturer of Cat.-xwba and SwediBh 
Brandies, and all klads of the flnobt domestic 
liquors, whioh are si dd wholesale or in any de- 
sired quantity; at N ds. 56, 58, 60 and 62 East 
Third-st., Cincinnati Ohio. For sale by Drug- 
Biits and D»=aler8in Jlediclne everywhere. 
" mch22-iy 

A CARW 1.^ ;UIVAA-E»». 

A Clergyman, whilo residing In South America 
as a mlHStou^, diicovered a safe ana simple 
remedv- for tho cure of Net vous Weakness, t^arl) 
Decay, Diseases ol the Urinary and S«minal Or- 
gans, and the whol • train otdlsnrdfrs broughi 
on by baneful and vlciouu habits. Great number* 
have been already ci red by this noble remedy. 
Prompted by a d«^lr^' to benefit the aflUeted and 
unfortunate, I will ««nd the receipt for prefaring 
and using this medic up, in a se led envelope, to 
any one who needs ii , Fbkk of Cuargk. 

Address 

■* .rOSEPH T. ISTMAN, 

iitation D. Blt>l<> House, 

mnhl4-ly New Yort.City. 

CARRIi^KS ^k LICHT WA«OKS. 

We have lor sale a gjod assortment of i 

BUGGIES, 

Open, Top aid Side Sprirg, 
iRXPR-Ki-ie* WAGONS, 

Also, light one hor^x T.UMBEK WAGOMS, with 

ht If springs. 

' i^f Terms loin, f >r eauh only. We are con- 

staatly mann'actnring FiRST-CLASS Wf»lUv; 

iiave cv»ry fac litv ; use the be^t of Eastern 

.<tock ; and respecttiilly atk a share of patronage. 

K.B.-U*PAIRtNi?TVALL ITS nKANCHfc-S 

attended to proiiptlv,nt reasonable rates. 

jurFattorj on Htbert ^treet.St Paul, Minn. 

apl-.'-dSm QJIMBY A HAL LOWELL. 



HEALTH PRESERVER 

CERTAIN AND SAFE. 

For the Kftnoval of Obttructiimt and tht Inturanos 

of Reffularity in the Reeurrence 0/ th* 

Monthly Ftrinds. 

Plf^ They core or obviate three nomeroas dis- 
eases, that spring from Irregularity, by removing 
the Irrepularity Itsrlf. 

tSf~ They core SuppreBsed, Kzceaalve and Pain- 
ful Menstruation. 

gr* They care Green Sickness (Chlorosli). 

&f^~ They cure Nervous and Spinal AtfectlonB, 
ainB in the back, and lower parts of the boly. 
[eavlness, Fatl^e on sliirht exertions, Pnlpitatiim 
of the Heart, Loumat of .Spirit*, Uysferia, Sick 
HfadtKh^, OiddinfSs,ele., etc. In a word, by re- 
moving the Irrfgularity, (hey remove the cause, 
and with it ALL the elTi-ctB thai aprlnx from it. 

t^' Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they 
contain nothing deleterioos to any coasiitutlos 
however delicate, their function l>«ing to euhntitoW 
strength for weakneas, which, when properly naed, 
they never fail to do. 

|jp They may oe safely used at any aire, and at 
any period, kxokpt Dcaiico tbb rikst thru moiitbb, 
during which the unfailing nature of their action 
would infallibly raxvint pregnancy. 

t3ir' All letters seeking information or advke will 
l>e promptly, freely and discreetly answered. 

fKuU directions accompany each l>oi. 
Price tl per box, or six lioxes for IS. 
Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt ot 

ly* Pamphleta Bent by mall free of peitage, by 

DR. W. R. MERWIN St CO., 

63 Liberty St., New York, Proprietori. 



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DR. WRIGHT'S 

RBJIlVENATiNG ELIXIR! 

Or, ESSENCE OF LIFE, 

rmareafroM Pnrv VccetakU EitrsMU aeataia 
las BvtliiQS Injarioua ^» t^e 
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Rooms Sep arate foe Udles andGentletnen. 

OOWBtJl-TATIOHATOryiOB. »»■■■ 1 
9 OfucaHooaar — Trom8a .it. to 8 F.K. 

Bpermatcrrhosalr Nervons Debility, a car. 
Trarranted. 



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HAX.EiJt STABLE. 

The 8ubscrll>er i reposes to keep a 8ALKS 
«5T*BLE at the stj nd recently occnpied by Oto. 
timber (the Farmei's Home,) 
ON FOUBTU ST., NKAB ST. ANTHONY ST., 

FOB THE 

I>tirch.a80 and Sale of ^or«o«. 

Parties desiring to purchase, sell or exehange 
Horses are respeotlhlly requeated to caU at the 

febW-Sm* B* KAHHi 



"A* the Ph«eBlx (% 

rise* tVoea tbe aebe* oflta •r*,'^ 
salmated with ■«» life"— »o dont this tCltx- 
Ir reja»«)ii«l» ttie (juteiii and «>»erp»>ne dl*ea 

fgfthv Eejuvcnating ElialrlstJw result of mod- 
ern discoveries in the vegetahle kingilom ; Iwlag 
an entirely new and abstract method of core. Irres- 
pective of nil the old itnd worn out systems. 

|y This medicine hut l>eer, tested by the mo^t 
emtaent medical men of the day, and by them pro- 
nounced la \fe one of the greatest medical discoTcrieB 
of tbe age. 

^r One bottk will cure general Debility. 

gj^ A few doses curef Hysterics In females. 

c^- One buttle cures Palpitation o.' tbe Heart. 

^^~ From one to three trattles restores the manli- 
ness and full vigor of yovth. 

^^^ A Pew doses restores ttie appetite. 

^^ Three boules core tbe worst case of Impo- 
tency. 

B^ A few doses cures the low spirited.. _ ^if- 

f^T" One bottle restores mental power. ^ J • - ' 

tJ^Afmc dofi rettorfj the orgnns of gentnittim, 

\jg A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. 

EP^ Thia medicine restores to manly vigor and 
robust health the poor debilitated, worn-down and 
despairing. . ^ . . 

n^ The listless, enervated youth, the over-task- 
ed man of business, the victim of nervous depresrton, 
the individual suffering from general debility, or 
fr<m v<eakn«»s of a tingU organ, will all find imme- 
diate and parmanent relief by the use of this KlUdr 
or Essence of Life. . . - ., 

ly* Price, ts per bottto or three bottles tor 95, 
and forwarded by Exprets, on rtcelpt of aioney 
to any address. 

<u — 

rfTThe Ob©roke« Pllla and Rejn- 
weiiatlDK Elixir, are sold by all enterprising 
Druggistsln the civlllied world. Some onprlnclvled 
dealers, however, try to sell worthless compounds 
In place of these ; those which they can purchase at 
a cheap price, and make more money by fell- 
taK. than they can on these medicines. As you valuB 
yonr health, aye, the health ef your future off- 
iprlng, do not be deceived by such unprincipled 
Dnutrists, atk f'lr thexe loMxcxnti and takf n,' oth- 
er, U the Druggist will not buy them for you en- 
close tbe money In a letler, and we wUl send them 
to you by Express, securely sealed and packed, n«« 
from observation. 

Ladies or OenUesnen can address us In perfe<A 
confidence, stating fully aad plainly their diseasee 
and symptoms, as we treat all diseases of a cbronlo 
nature in male or female. Patients need not he*- 
tate l>ecause of their InalilUty to visit us, as we have 
treated patients successfully In all portions of the 
elvlllxed globe, by correspon leoc*. 

Patients addressing us wHl plcaBe sUte pl»'nly ••' 
the symptoms of their complaints, .■vnd write FoBl- 
office. County, State and name of writer, plain, aafl 

inclose postage stamp for r^ly. -.« ^ 

W. und our 82 vaQf PamphUt fra to »ny "^-^ 
dress. Address allletters for PampWB*" or aavtoese 

tike proprietors, C^ 

-. Dr. W. R. MERWm *• COm 

?J No. 63 liberty street. New York. 

EDWARD H. BIGKJ8, 

Role Wholesale and ReUll Agpnt for Saint Paisl 

to whom all ordei s ninst be addreased. 

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THE SAINT PAtJL PRESS SATURRDAY, 3VIAY 27, 1865. 



THE OIT^Sr 



FATAL ACCIDENT. 

Soldier's WIfo Almost In- 
stantly Killed. 



One of the most heart rending acci 
dentj whioh ever occurred in this city, 
took place between six and seven o'clock 
last evening. 

As Mrs. Nicholas Broyer was driving 
» horse attached to a single wagon down 
Summit Avenue.the animal became fright- 
ened ^- the breaking of a strap and ran. 
At thy junction of l^ummit Avenue and 
St. Anthony street the wheels running 
into the gutter threw her oi>t of the wagon 
causing ner to strike hei head violently 
upon the curb stone. She was taken up 
insensible and carried to the residence of 
Mrs. Tullis, near by. 

Prs. McMasters, Willey and Stewart 
all chanced to pass a few minutes after 
the accident and were called to see the 
dying woman. Her skull was found to 
be fractured and one of her hair-pins 
driven into her brain. Her face was alfo 
terrbily cut. It was impossible to render 
any medical aid and she died without re- 
gaining consciousness in abou'. an hour 
after the accident occurred. 

She was about thirty years of age. the 
wife of a soldier in Hatch's Battalion, 
who has until recently been stationed at 
Fort Abercrombie. He was in the city a 
day or two since and is now at Fort 
Snelling. Her home is on Fort ittcet 
near Stahlman's brewery, and yesterday 
had taken a journey into the country to 
purchase a cow. She leaves four little 
children, the oldest eight years of age. 
The motherless little ones were left with 
no one in the house to care for them, but 
Major Cullen kindly visited the place and 
made temporary arrangements with the 
neighbors to provide for the». The body 
still lies at the house of Mr. Tullis, and 
the Sisters of Charity were last evening 
preparing it for burial. 

Mrs. Broyer was an exemplary and in- 
dustrious woman. 1 he small pay of her 
hu«band being insufBcient to support the 
family, she energetically proceeded to 
aid in that effort, and it was while upon 
business connected with this efiFort that 
she lost her life. We are certain that onr 
benevolent citizens wi 1 not permit those 
little ones, so suddenly deprived of a 
mother's love and care, to want in any 

respect. 

••• > 

Daily TTnion Prayer XMEeeting'. — 

St. Paul, which is the commercial and 
moral centre of the actual Northwest, has 
DOW, like the other great centres of our 
country, a daily prayer meeting. It is 
bild trvery day except Sunday, lor hall an 
hour, commencmg at ten mmates after 
12 o'clock, m the Lecture Koom at the 
rear of the First Presbyterian Church, 
corner of Third and St. Peter streets. 
Wc understand that those who liave es- 
tablished it, hope that its central location, 
its short sessions and its important and 
interesting objects will make it the daily 
gathering place of very many earnest men 
and women of our city, and of visitors 
from all narts of our Stite and nation. 



of the (freat contest now raging between the 
North antl the South attracted a crowded and 
enthnsiastic audience to Masonic Temple last 
evening. It is certainly the most striking and 
thrilling entertainment Hut has ever visited 
this city. The number and variety of the 
scenes, the thousands of moving mechanical 
tigures, tlie vivid gronping of startling inci- 
dents, anil the admirable and accurate imita- 
tions by mechanism of battle, storm and ship- 
wreck, combine to render this exhibition the 
grandest and most fascinating we have ever 
t)eheld. Its countless novelties, its marvel- 
ous imitations of nature and art, the illostons 
which deceive the eye and ear, and the beau- 
tifully painted scenery, render the Stratopa- 
tecion worthy the patronage ofthc refined and 
educated. Mr. I.a Rue's comic impersona 
rions and burlesque lectures keep the audi, 
once in a continual roar of laughter, and form 
not the least pleasing portion ot the entertain- 
ment, which, take it all in all, is the most pop- 
ular and successful ever brought to this city. 
The entertainment will be repeated to-night, 
and standing room will no doubt Dc at a pre- 
mium. 

. _^ ■■■ 

New York Lifk Insuraxc« Compa 
J.Y.— Mr Edward Ilogan, of this city, aii- 
nounces in our advertising columns this 
morning, that he has obtained the agency of 
the above old and reliable Insurance Com- 
pany. : he following from the Independe)\t of 
last Febmarj-, llev. Henry Ward Beecher's 
paper, is a concise and correct statement : 

" We have much pleasure in calling atten- 
iion to the annual statement for 1864 of the 
above company, which will be found m an- 
■ ther column. It is in all pomts most satis- 
fActorr. They declare a dividend to policy- 
holders for the past year of fitty per cent, 
rhcv have augmented their aipital one mill- 
ion "of dollars, and it now reaches nearly 
§4,000.01)0; they have issued 4.90-5 new poli- 
cies during the year, insuring 318,147,558. Its 
cash premiums exceed those of any other 
company in the United Sutes, with but one 
exct'ptioin. The whole business of this Com- 
pany rel'lecrs great credit on its prudent and 
en«r(!ctii: management. Its Board of Trustees 
\i CDiuposed of influential citizens of New 
Vork, whose names and swnding are a guar- 
antee to the public of the solid character ot 
ttiis wealthy company. It is the religions duty 
ot the head of everv- family to protect it from 
all contingencies, by having a life insurance; 
and we know of no company by which the 
interests of the policy-holders are l)etter cared 
for than i" the New York Life Insurance 
Company, which now makes its Twentieth 
.\nnual Report." 

The lively prosperity and success of this 
Company is shown in the fact, that for the 
last thrte years it has tiken the lead of all 
the Life Insurance Companies in this country ; 
the Offlicial Returns of the Massachusetts In- 
surance Commissioners showing that the 
amount of its new business for the year 1862, 
nearly equalled the combined business of any 
other two Companies in the United States. 



New Ich Cream Saloon. — Christian 
Schiller has opened a first-class IceCre.vm and 
Eating Saloon for ladies and g ntlemen, on 
Third St., between St. Peter and Market, 
whevo he will Imj always ready to serve up in 
the best style. Ice Cream of all flavors. Water 
Ices, Marcngne-s, Soda Water, Cold Punches, 
Lemonade, French pastry and all kinds of 
cake. Families supplied on short notice. 

All kinds of Fruits in their season. 

Hot Cofl'ee, Tea and Chocolate at all timcs- 

mal-3m. 

MiNNE-HA-iiA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The only place in the 
city, where a full and complett coUeelion of 
Photographs of Minnesota s-cenery, Indians 
&c., can bo had. of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Gallery, No. 'iiG4 Third sUcct. 

Fine card Photographs of our late President 
at Martin's. tf 



CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE. 

His Speech to the Charleston 
IVeffroes on their Kishts 

and Duties. ^ f^t 



His Views of Negro Suffrage, 



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RAW, 



Bt the Load or Ton, constantly on hand at 
VRCOIILLIOM MILLS, Hanlnn. Minn. »I5.00 



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AI.1' VmiVBOAR. 



Hall * McKinsey. — Hall & McKin- 
ney serve up to-day. Mallard Ducks, Wild 
Geese, Count Oysters (best m the world) 
pheasants, dncks, turkey, (cold or hot) veni- 
son and porter house steaks, mutton chops, 
ham, pig's feet and tripe, the best cellery, 
mackerel and herring. 

Private apartment for ladies. 

Billiard Rooms attaehed, with six Phelan 
marble t:)p tables, two tour pocket (the only 
ones in the Sute), and carom (for amateurs). 

LiqitoTf. — Spiced rum punches, egg nogg 
appletocKly, torn and jerry, sweet cider, ale 
imported, wines and liquors. 

novU.lv. 

D. C. Grkenlkaf has the largest and 
best assortment of Holliday Goods in the city, 
in Grcen'.cafs Block, near the Post Office. 

decl7.;f 



LA IROSSE & ST. PAUL 

PACKET COMPANY. 



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, W. p. nwiDSON, President. 
kHuDES, Secretary and General Agent. 



Cap:. P. S. DAVIDS N, Soperintend:?nt. 



The Shortest and Most Comfortable 
Route to and from Minnesota. 



P»r« mt St. Pawl. 

ARRIVED. 

Key City, Dubuque. 



Arriyeda — Ihe Blakely Gun, captur- 
ed by the First Battery, arrived on the 
Korthern Belle yesterday. It is a fine 
steel six pounder, ritle bore, with a muz- 
zle four and a half inches in diameter. 
It has cut upon the breach the following 
inscription : 

Blakely's Patent, No. 44, Farcett, 

Preston & Co., Liverpool, 

Makers, 1S64. 

The English sympathizers unwittingly 

disclosed their " aid and coiLfort"' for the 

rebellion by this inscription. 



To be Fnrloaghed. — There are 

nearly one hundred men in hospital at the 
Fort who are without theii descriptive 
list*. They will be furloughed to-day 
and to-morrow and allowed to remain at 
borne until the lists are received when 
they will be mustered out. 

From ten to twenty per dav, who arc 
already at home on furloughs, not having 
been at the Fort, are reporting to Col. 
Averill. There are probably a thousand 
snch cases in the State. 



by 



Among the late music received 
Ro:)t & Cady we notice the following 

How it Marches, the flag of the Union. 

Comrade all Aroand is Brightness. 

The Bee Song. 

While all are excellent, the first named 
is'particnlarly so. It is a patriotic song 
that will bear frequent repetition without 
wearing out. 



Keokuk, La Crosse. 
MollwMohler, Carver. 

DEPARTED. 

Northern Belle, La Crosse. 

Mollie Mohler, Carver. 

Key City, Dnbuqne. 

Sucker State, St. Lonis. 
BoTTi the Mississippi and the Minne- 
sota rivers are falling. At this point the fall 
yesterday was two inches. 

Pergonal. — Capt. Thomas Rhodes, 
President of the Northern line, came up and 
returned on the Sucker State. While here 
Capt. Davidson, President of the LaCrosse 
line, presented him with one of bis splendid 
black horses. 

GLEAXtNGS FROM OCR EXCHANGES. 

A Rich little episode occurred on the 
steamer Ariel, as she passed up on Monday. 
The deck hands had been luxuriating over a 
case of oysters they had broken open, and 
ihe Captain concluded to punish them by in- 
troducing sheriff Towsley, who arrested sev- 
eral of them at upper town and took them 
iHjfure Justice Rntan. When they appeared 
before the Justice they proved themselves to 
be goc»d swearers, and — that's all the proof 
there was. The Captain paid the costs in ad- 
dition to losing the oysters. — Minnesota Cen- 
tral. 

IK*c*lp«a. 

Per Key City from Dubuque:— HSgtlO't M 
& Co. 5 pks ; S L Bailey & Co, 5 do ; Bell Bro. 

1 bbl; J B Braden, 3 bxsj Beaupre & K, 17 
pks; Breidert & Co, 3 bbls; G Benz, 7 bbis; 
VV S (;omb8, 32 bxs ; Wm ConsUns, 2 bales ; 
J Cnrtlss, 44 pks ; Cherritree & F, 2 pks ; S B 
Campt>ell, 1 trunk; E W Eddy, t cases; 
Fairchild & Co, 1 bx ; J L Forepaugti, 1 bx ; 
C E Freeman, 29 pks ; P Feldhauscr, 1 bbl ; 
\V Oolcher, 1 bx ; Jno Hein, 1-59 pks ; F Ilil- 
debrandt, 5 bxs ; A S Hale, 1 case ; Peter 
Harff, 2 bxs; C Heill)om. 5 pks; Lenis & 
Frisble. 4 pks ; W H Leonard, 1 bx ; C E 
Mayc & Co. >8 bxs ; D Marks, 3 trunks ; Mun- 
ger Bro, 1 bx; B Presley, 10 bxs; S K Put- 
nam, 2 pks; A Paar, 10 pks; Pollock D & C, 

2 pks ; J W Simpson, 30 bbls ; R Strong, 
I roll ; J H Tilibetts, 2 bxs ; Talbot W & Co, 
.5 pk-; T W Veazie, 2 bxs; Vanderwalker & 
H, 3 pks; MT Wardwell, 5 pks; Welles* 
Co, 2 CHses; J F Wickersham, 4 pks; E L 1 
Drake. 3 horses; J J Hill. 200 bbls salt; L B 
Boomer, lot of bridge castings, bolts, etc. ; P 
S DeOroost, 1 keg; Jno Linderman, 1 car 
load reapers ; Jno Buche, 12 pks ; B Presley, 
I bx ; Veide (t Bro, 2 kegs. 

Per Sorthem Belle from La Croite. — J H 
Berghart, Mankato' 15 pk ; Benz & Co 3 do; 
Beaupre & Kelly 35 do; S L Bailey 5 do; 
Clark & Co, St Cloud, Jfi do ; H Gehl 1 do; C 
Godzian 5 do; Grnv Bro<, Minneopolis; H 
Heinian 1 do; W II Leonard, Minneapolis. 13 
do; (J Linns, Watartown, 3 do; P F McQuil 
Ian 2-5 do; Gov Miller one mounted gun ; F H 
Pratt 1 pk ; A Paul 60 do ; WD & Co 1 do ; 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 
The LaCrosse & St. Paul Packets 

am running 

A. DAILY LIIVK 

of large and splendidly fitted side- wheel steamers 
bwtw'cn 

LA CROSSE & ST. PAUL. 

aa follows: 

Jai. U. Hatcher, Haste.'. 

NORTHERNT BELLE, 

J.B. We^t, Master. 

KKOKTJK, 

Isaac Moslton, Master. 

One of these Steamers 

LEAVES Ik CROSSE EVERY EVENING, 

npoa the arrival of the 11 o'clock Express Train 
(rem Milwaukee. Thy make close connections 
at the followiog points : 

AX 'VSnNON'A, 

with the Winona and St. fetor Railroad, for Mt. 

Chiarloa, Rochvatvr wnd »oa(hvrn 

niaavaoSai. 

,A.T REEU'S LA-NDIN^G, 

with Chii>p*>wa Ki^-er Daily Packets, 
lor Kua Cliklrt*; 

AJT f RESCOXT, 

with the St. Croix Uiily Packe's, running to 

Hudcaa, Htlllw>at«>r aad Twy- 

lor'a Fall*. 

AT HASTINXi?, 
with Stages for Fiarlliiaultand Owatonna. 

AT ST PAUL. 

with tha St. Paul and Pacific Uiilroad, for H*. 

Awtboay. Miiin<>apoll«, aaokia, St. 

Cloud, and >orlhivn .Minnrsuta, 

and Stages for the Ked uiver 

of the ^orth. 

Also witi 



Daily Miunesota Kirer Packet*^, 

Vov. Shakopek, CH»8K*, Caktkr, Bellk 
Pla»!»b, Hendkrso:*, Lk Sukcb, hr fK- 

TBK, MiSKATO, N SW ULM ANO 

Fort Ridqrlt. 



One of the Above Packets 
r^a^eM St. Paul I>caiy, 

AX lO A- IVI., 

on the arrival of the St. Paul a-d Paoiflc train, 
making close connections at La Crosse 

With, the Morning Train 

MILAVATJKEE, CHICAGO, 

AND ALL POINTS EiST AND SOUTH. 
This Companj is also pro»rlded with a large 
numbrr of I.IGIIT Uk^UGHT, Freight and 
low Bolts and Barges, wliich willena'N them to 
do businesis with dispatch, whatever the stage of 
water may b •• 

Merchants Can Rely on this Line. 

TICK'-.TS can be p-ocured to all points, at the 
Company's I icket OflBce, corner of Levee an :l 
Jackson streets. 

CUAS. TM01CP80M, 

Ticket Agent. 
BORI.P A CIIAKPI.I]ff, 

Freight Agents. 



M 



UtlfKSO'TA RIVER PACKET, 

THE STEAMER 
Capt. H 



Cutting- Dox^n.— The War Depart- 
ment is continuiii;2 to curtail the expenses 
of the Provost Department. An order 
bas been received divesting the discbarge 
of the surgeons of the board of enroll- 
ment and also all special agents and dep- 
uties. The whole institution will disap- 
pear as soon as the accounts can be set- 
tled. 



Weidc & Bro 51 do. 



IMned. — James Muinan and Patrick 
Keough were arraigned for attempting to 
pound the Poundmaster for impounding 
some of their hogs, under the pound or- 
dinance, which so instructs the Pound- 
keeper to do. They were fined five dol- 
lars each. 



Important to 'Ibatklkrs — One of 
the Splendid Tassenger Steamers of the North 
Western Line, leaves St. Paul, every evening 
tt six o'clock, making direct connections at 
Prairia du Chin and Dnnlieth, with Express 
Trams for the East and Sonth ; tima as quick, 
and fare as low as by any other route. Bag- 
gage checked through from Prairia du Chin 
and Dunleith.— Tima guaranteed— Ticket 
office on Jackson St., one door from Levee. 
JA.S. J. HILL, Ticket Agent. 

Cuak6r or Tnn. — The La Crosse 
Line of Boats will leave St. Paul on and after 
Saturday, April 29, at Ten o'clock a. m., mak- 
ing close connections at La Crosse with the 
Express Train the next morning. 

Through tickets to all points East and Sonth 
can be had of ^. THoiipao;? , Agent. 



"VV. Holmes, 

Will